Question about 2003 Nissan Sentra
My Dad used to commute on a 2003 Nissan Sentra, and bought a new car last year. He gave the car to me last year and I moved to Montana to finish college. The car is only getting 200 miles a tank! My Dad used to get 370. That averages to under 20 MPG. Why am I getting such bad gas mileage? I have taken the car in numerous times and mechanics do not know what is wrong? What should I do? Thanks!
Two possible problems
1 - O2 Sensor
2 - Mass air flow sensor(Most common problem on Sentra's)
Spend a 100 buck and have a nissan dealer check it out for you as they would have the tools to check the sensors correctly
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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