P0153 Nissan Fault Code: A Comprehensive Guide on Fuel Injectors and Oxygen Sensor Remedies

If your Nissan vehicle is showing a P0153 error code, it indicates a problem with the oxygen sensor not properly regulating the fuel and oxygen levels. In this guide, we will provide you with two practical solutions to fix the error code from the comfort of your own home.

Method A: Fuel Injectors

Inspect the fuel injectors on the fuel rail for any signs of leakage. When replacing the fuel injectors, be sure to use new seals and never reuse the old ones. It’s important to change all the injectors as a set to ensure the engine runs evenly. To prevent leaking, wet the new fuel injector seals with gasoline before installation.

Method B: Oxygen Sensor

Check the oxygen sensor located before the catalytic converter for any damages to its electrical connections, wire harness, and metal tabs. If any damages are found, replace the oxygen sensor accordingly.

After performing the repairs, it’s recommended to use a scan tool to clear the error code and rescan to ensure that everything is functioning properly.

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