Question about 1998 Nissan Quest
Not a lot to go on here, but it sounds like the TPS needs to be replaced. [Throttle position sensor]
But even more likely a vaccume leak at the intake! Check this by having a helper get the engine running at a constant speed,[slower the better] then spray starting fluid under the breather and you will hear a change in the engine if there is a leak. Replace the gasket being careful to tighten the bolts equally. One thing left...........Wash an wax and enjoy! Frankster016
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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