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We purchased our new 2022 Pathfinder in Mid November and it currently has 1816 miles on it. We haven't had any issues other than the remote start being temperamental and trying to acclimate to the shifter. Last night we left one of our relatives house about ten miles away and drove home. After I pulled into the garage and shut the car off I noticed I hadn't pulled in far enough. I restarted the car and it powered up for about 3-5 seconds and then shut off by itself, it did the same thing after four or five attempts to restart. After the forth or fifth time trying to restart it finally stayed running and started throwing up messages "Service AT power reduced" check engine light came on and a additional warning light I don't recognize, it would not go into gear the shift selector light remained in "P" no matter what I did. I went out this morning and looked over the car (engine compartment and bottom of vehicle) I see no obvious damage or fluids leaking anywhere. We are in Idaho and have had substantial snow fall over the last week and have been using the car to travel locally. There is a lot of ice and snow built up under the car and around the wheel housings and suspension. I was able to get the vehicle to start this morning just like normal and travel around for maybe a mile everything seemed normal except the check engine light is remaining on. I am very concerned having had a issue this soon with a 40K car. Has anyone experienced anything like this or am I the chosen one.
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Wish I had something to offer.

There's a bunch of posts on this side in regards to odd issues like this with the new 2022.

As long as the check engine light doesn't flash, indicating a misfire, I'd keep using the vehicle until you can get it looked at.
 

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Update.

Nissan says they received a batch of bad AGM batteries and this one was affected due to our recent cold spell, 12 degrees on the night of the failure. We will see if this is hopefully a one time issue. 4 days in the shop and closest battery is 250 miles away.
 

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Sounds plausible. Low system voltage with the engine running will cause all kinds of sporadic problems. An easy check is to put a voltmeter across the battery with the engine idling. If you see less than ~14VDC at idle, there's a problem. Typically the battery, alternator or both.

That is amazing they can't even get their hands on a replacement battery. A sign of the times. Ugh.
 
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