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2004 nissan maxima

Can someone help me...i have a 2004 nissan maxima se...and something when i put it on drive or reverse the car shuts off...and something when i put the car on drive it will go but when i step on the gas the rpm revs but im going like 10mph...help me i just bough this car a year ago...i went to the dealer to flush the tranmission fluid but that didn't do any goood....any suggestion please help me....

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Posible throttle assembly/throttle actuator failure. This car has an electronic throttle, not cable operated. We have seen some issues with those and the car will do exactly what you are descibing. Revs up to about 2500 and goes only 10mph. Just a tip.

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How to replace a camshaft sensor on 2004 nissan maxima SE




Hi, this cars cam sensors are easy to change. One on the right side and one on the left side of the motor.

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  1. Remove the mounting bolt.
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