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Misfire after it warms up it seems like something is holding it back after 3000 rpm 1996 nissan altima

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Is the check engine light on, if there is a miss-fire that would be lighted and most likely falshing, has the fuel filter been replaced, it is required every 30,000 miles.

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You may need to have your spark plugs checked especially if they were just done (a recent tune up) misthreading can easily happen, or they may need to be replaced a car can run minus on plug. 

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