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Date:October 11, 2017, 1:04 am
Name:Mel
Location:United Kingdom, Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire
Vehicle:Nissan Largo
Year:1996
Modification:No
Problems:Hi our Nissan largo
The management light goes on when starting and as soon as you put it into drive or reverse it cuts out. Has anyone got any idea what this could be. We have changed a lot of diff sensors battery oil. Once it gets going drive like a dream. Just this starting fault.
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December 26, 2017, 9:42 pm  from: Kevan
Hi Mel .
I am sure you will find, that your Gearbox... 'AT Fluid' Automatic Transmutation Fluid, will need to be chained it will be passed its replacement mileage date, (i.e., burned and loss of Viscosity), I used DEX 2 in mine, but you have to flush it twice, because the Fluid changed does not...Empty the Convertor, the piping too and from the Coolant Radiator and Radiator itself.... 'Warning'.... 'DO NOT RUN ENGINE TO EMPTY OLD AT FLUID', or you will have air pockets within your gear box, most largo owners have done this to empty in one sweep, only to have 'Whipped Creamed Fluid' and major problems...As a LARGO OWNER this solved mine.
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December 26, 2017, 10:26 pm  from: Kevan
Hi Mel,
Just to add to this previous comment solution, When you change your old AT fluid to the New fluid replacement your Largo engine must be run and driven a couple of miles, to circulate the replaced new fluid around the Gear Box, and then do your second AT Fluid Changed on your Gear Box, your Management light will reset itself after full engine cycle ...Start, Run, Driven, over next day or so.
Just to add your Stalling is due to Friction on your Gear Box Clutch Plates. caused by 'Burned and become Abrasive Additives in old AT Fluid.
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