The Infamous U1000 Code: A Study in Nissan Network Diagnostics

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It is often a moment of considerable discomfort for many technicians when faced with the message on their scanner, “No Communications.” Usually, it is accompanied by other complaints that may range from troubles in the operation of controls like HVA...

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