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mfunai
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Mar 28, 2013, 5:55 PM

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Took my van to shop to get tires rotated, they suggest new air filter and new belts. I let them put them on. Got van home, then went to drive an hour later and a mile down the road it stopped driving. Stayed on but in drive, it wouldn't move. Showed a "SLIP" code and check engine code. Had them come tow my van. They say it shows 507 code. Could it have been something they did, maybe with the air filter? Not sure what the problem could be. Van is Nissan Quest.


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Mar 28, 2013, 8:33 PM

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year, make, model, and engine size?

Tires all the same size?





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mfunai
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Mar 29, 2013, 10:49 AM

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06 nissan quest 3.5
tires are all same.

They said they did relearn and it's driving fine now. It doesn't drive when there's an engine code, that is why it didn't go in drive. Why it just need to be relearned out of the blue?


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Mar 30, 2013, 2:52 AM

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They may have left something disconnected such as a vacuum line or air duct component. It is strange because there is no 507 for chassis, but there is a P0507 for excessive idle speed.





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