When driving the car it will suddenly shut down, then i would pull over,start the car again and be on my way, sometimes this will happen 2 or 3 times a day other time its ok,had the car inspected by a mech,could not fine anything wrong, took it to another mech,he suggested it could be the crank sensors so he replaced them & the cam angle sensor but the problem is still there please help.
I had a similiar problem with my 95 maxima. It turned out to be a bad MAF sensor. Check it out and make sure the sensor is not dirty. you can try cleaning it with a MAF sensor spray. I replace my with one from the junkyard.
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I can guarantee your car keeps cutting off because there is a problem with your crank sensor. I have a '04 maxima SE and the day I paid my car off it did the exact same thing, it cut off then cranked back up a short while later and when I took it to the dealer there was a problem with the crank sensor. You might wanna check that and get it replaced soon...it's cheaper if u dont do it at the dealer tho
YOU MAY HAVE SOME CONTAMINANTS IN YOUR FUEL TANK. HAVE A QUALIFIED PERSON TAKE A SAMPLE OF YOUR FUEL. IF THAT CHECKS OUT OK, THEN TRY REPLACING THE FUEL FILTER. I HOPE THIS HELPS. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK
I don't know exactly how the nissans work with their "limp" mode for what gear it goes into and such. This sounds like the computer is sensing a problem and going into the "limp" mode. Go get the code pulled to see what is says. If it has anything saying trans slipping or ratio problem then something internal in the the trans is wrong. Also, check the trans fluid and see if its burnt ( dark brown or black).
Suggestion - Sounds like a problen that the dealer should address asap. One of those sudden jerks can be strong or long enough to put you on you roof or in a head-on collision. I'm sorry to have to decline remedy but pleased to give this reccommendation. Be safe and good luck