Starting with the early 2011 USA model as described (perhapsCAUTION: Even if resetting codes is possible, it should only be done
in unusual, extreme, and well understood circumstances. The normal
use of these codes is to aid Nissan and Dealers in detecting problems,
and potential problems, and in fixing your car. If you clear any Codes,
you might make it impossible for them to properly diagnose your car.
with errors) in the early-2011 Service Manual, which comes as
51 (or so) PDF files. These files are divided into about a dozen
main sections (see next post).
I will attempt to list the manual sections and files, and note
which files contain DTC information, and the range of DTCs
that are covered in the file (see third post).
The manual (maybe not this early version) can be downloaded
on-line using a one-day subscription to the Nissan LEAF Service
information. The one-day fee is/was a round $20 or $30.
I am attempting to compile a text file of all (most) of the DTC
information, and create a CSV file that might be a non-blessed,
perhaps obsolete or incorrect, but at least somewhat helpful listing.