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When it doesn't start does it not turn over or does it not fire? When you are driving does it sputter and quit or just suddenly stop running? Does it make a difference what speed you are going? Does it happen after a certain period of time? Does it quit when going over bumps? When it quits will it start right away, or wait a little bit or get it towed home because you don't know when it's going to start again? Do you still have a carburator or throttle body? These questions would help to narrow down what could be causing your problem.
This is a common problem with the 2002 and 2003 2.5 engine
You have a problem vehicle, what is happening is the oil is escaping through the piston valves and into the cat, converter
this will eventually pulverize your converter , supposedly you
can stop this from happening with a repair . google "excessive oil consumtion nissan 2003" at quite a few pages will come up