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June 20, 2011, 3:49 am

David B

Question: The 1996 Nissan truck no start issue.

Tyler-thanks for your response,no,the check engine light comes on,goes off.The battery is on a charger.In the meantime I found the test mode on the ecm,and got a dtc then using the obd2 scanner-P0110.The intake air temperature circuit malfunction is what it says.Is that the switch down in the exhaust pipe???The O'Reilly's store I go to says it is the Air Charge Temperature -Switch or Valve.Sounds like that should be up on the intake?Making progress,I think.

June 23, 2011, 5:13 pm

Elizabeth K

In order to follow up with Tyler, you'll have to reply back to your earlier post. When you submit a new question, it is randomly assigned.

But to answer your question, the 'switch' down the exhaust pipe is the o2 sensor. The Intake air temp sensor is in the intake manifold. Here's a link on what to check for the code:

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