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What does the Slip indicator light on the dash mean?
Your Altima has a traction control system that’s responsible for providing assistance during certain types of driving. The Slip indicator light should blink at certain times. If the vehicle stability control system is operating (actively assisting with handling), you’ll see...
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Car struggles to start
If the car is struggling to start, the most common cause is the battery. If the battery voltage is low, not only would it cause starting issues, but it would not provide the proper voltage to all the car's traction...
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VDC and Slip Lights come on
The VDC and Slip Light illumination could be an indication that you are getting low on brake fluid, due to worn brake pads. Low brake fluid could cause the throttle control to kick in when a sudden vehicle movement is...
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Dashoard lights on, loss of engine power
Hello. We will be happy to assist you with your 2010 Nissan Cube. The problem you are describing could be the result of a faulty alternator. The alternator supplies the proper amount of power to the ABS system, the VDC...
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Slip Indicator Light Wont Turn Off
This is likely a result of hitting the median. There are wheel speed sensors on each of your wheels that monitor wheel speed. This is then relayed to the ECU which engages the slip indicator light and system. When this...
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When the slip indicator light comes on, The car shakes bad and I have to pull over turn it off and turn it back on.
The vehicle's shaking may be caused my improper signals going to the traction control system and in return the traction control system is trying to correct a problem based off of improper signals. This may happen to the anti-lock braking...

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