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Anyone have a cheat sheet for Nissan mode 6, or any other manufactures, or links?
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Here's the link to GM mode 6 data

https://gsi.ext.gm.com/gmspo/mode6/index.html

Ford info is here,but you'll have to look for it

https://www.motorcraftservice.com/freeresources/obd
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Here's the link to GM mode 6 data

https://gsi.ext.gm.com/gmspo/mode6/index.html

Ford info is here,but you'll have to look for it

https://www.motorcraftservice.com/freeresources/obd
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might have nissan mode 6 info, what model and year?
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2003 murano

Mainly after misfire info for this one, but would like to have something to save for the next one.
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Mode 6 is designed to allow access to the results of on board diagnostic monitoring tests of specific components/systems that are not continuously monitored.

These systems include the catalytic converter, EVAP system, oxygen sensor, oxygen sensor heater, EGR system, secondary AIR system,
and sometimes misfire.

Mode 6 data is output from the PCM/ECM in hexadecimal form. The $ sign indicates a hexadecimal number. Depending on the software in the scanner, the output could be displayed in hexadecimal numbers (no conversion), raw data (conversion to decimal numbers), or measurable values (applying conversion factor to raw data).

Before reading mode 6 information, ensure that the monitor for the information you are accessing has run to completion. If the monitor is not complete, the mode 6 data will not be accurate.

attached info about mode 6 for your car.

note... your car does NOT appear to support much mode 6 info, does not do misfire. later cars did, about 6 times the info. on a 2012 altima for instance DOES support misfire for mode 6.
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