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I recently had my knock censor replaced but my car still hesi-

Tates to start up in the mornings or if it has sat for a while. And once I start to get low on gas about 1/4 of a tank in starts sputerring/choking, slowing down to 20mph and not getting past that, it back fires too. It is a 1997 Nissan Maxima SE.

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Fuel problem try changing fuel filter and blow inlet pipe backwards with an airline first before you start plugging things in,remove fuel filler cap before you blow though in case you explode the tank,start here first if this doesnt work then call you local mobile mechanic to check further

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