Question about 1996 Nissan Maxima
The error code is p0303, I have changed the spark plugs but still a problem. I have looked around and it seems that nobody know what the problem is for sure. It seems I'm not the only nissan owner with this problem. I've read many postings with the same problem, but know one knows what to do. Any help would be appreciated.
If our coil is sparking and good plug ive seen manny time carbon loose and sticking on the valve valve stay open doesnt build up compression = missing check our coil if its firing go on the road rev the engine like leave it in 2nd gear drive like that overreving the engine might loosen the carbon dont rev it to mush it cost nothing to try that and it work for me a few time pierre
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