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2003 nissian xterra
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok on a 2.4l on the black/green and white wires use ohm meter and there is no specific spec for that engine just make sure the the resistance changes and there is no dead spots. for the 3.0l black and white wires specs are 1.0-9.0k ohms im guessing the specs are the same either engine. close to full open
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
First off I wasn't sure as to which engine you had in your vehicle as there is a 2.4 or a 3.3 liter engine for your vehicle for that year. I gave you some details on the 3.3 liter. I don't want to sound negative but Nissan's are basically dependant on its sensors which in turn send signals to the ECM which makes all of the adjustments as to how everything runs. If you do not have the proper equipment for diagnostic procedures it is difficult to get it correct but can be done. Even after you set the throttle position sensor (TPS) you need to reset the TPS idle position memory and then check the timing/idle mixture ratio and make any adjustments there if needed. I can do my best to try and walk you through it with details directly from the factory service manual and even can make you up a PDF of it if you want with ways to go around not having the diagnostic equipment. Also write if you have the 2.4 because the little bit of information I gave you below is only for the 3.3 liter engine. Again I'm not trying to sound negative to you and I believe I can walk you through it but it's not like just pulling a part & replacing it when it comes to your vehicle in order to get it done correctly.
Posted on Aug 28, 2011
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