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My car stop frequently

I have a Nissan 2003 when I out gasoline or when I wash my car it stop frequently even when I go driving my question is, this problem can be from gasoline or electric system?

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I had a similar problem. The 2003 altima has a recall for the camshaft position sensor and crankshaft sensor. I replaced them and got the recall fixed. The dealer has to reprogram the computer.

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