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C1130 engine signal 1
C1143 steering angle sensor circuit
P0345 camshaft position sensor bank 2
P1212 transaction control system circuit
U1001 controller area network communications code

So I have a few issues with my truck. I replaced the battery hoping that would help with a couple of these(read that on another forum, battery was going bad anyway) but it didn't. I've got the camshaft position sensor on order. From what I've read the C1130 and U1001 may be connected. I read something about replacing the ABS module and it may fix both. ?????
Any information on any of this would be appreciated. Thanks guys.


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The p1212 is related to the can bus code, which a quick Google search shows it to be an issue with the abs/tcs module. https://www.autocodes.com/p1212_nissan.html



https://www.autocodes.com/c1130_nissan.html

Shows Abs as well



https://www.autocodes.com/c1143_nissan.html



Simple its the angle sensor which goes into the abs module.



https://www.autocodes.com/u1001_nissan.html



Seems like a bad wire somewhere


Yep. Same things I read. I am just seeing if anyone has any experience with this same problem and a possible fix. Like I said, several of them may be connected.
Thanks for you input.


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I just unhooked the new battery. I'm going to let it sit over night and hook it back up to see if that helps. I read it can take several hours for the computer to reset. When I installed the battery it wasn't unhooked but for just a few minutes. Several of these codes seem to be connected and may all be fix led with a reset. Guess we'll see.


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Well the one said Nissan had a tsb about tge code. And i would look at the abs and the wiring going to it as something could have rubbed through the insulation, also check the relay for it
 
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