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My 93 nissan quest isnt running very good

Well when i talke off its really sluggish and take a couple minutes to get any power. i put new plugs and cap and rotor and plug wires. Thought this would do it but still running rough almost like a plug wire is not on. But i checked and double checked all connected and in the right firing order. all i can think of maybe fuel filter or injector. Would that make it run rough like its missing?

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It is your ignition control module in the distributor

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Try to disconnect MAF sensor(mass air flow sensor) or MAP sensor (manifold absolute pressure) , I don't know which one you have , (suppose to have either one) , when engine running and see if it becomes any better , if it did , then it's your problem.
Just remember one thing , if your check engine light is off now , it will be on after you disconnect any above mentioned components.
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Have you checked for vacuum leaks? Also the Air Mass Sensor can create the symptom described. It has what is called a hot wire air mass sensor.When air flows through a route around the hot wire, the heat generated from the hot wire is taken away by the air. The amount of heat depends on the air flow. On the other hand, the temperature is automatically controlled to a certain number of degrees. Therefore, it is necessary to supply the hot wire with more electric current in order to maintain the temperature of the hot wire. The ECM knows the air flow by means of the electric change. WHOOSH! Get that? A vacuum leak can cause the problem. A problem with the air mass sensor would be a likely suspect. Check for solid grounds. DO NOT THROW PARTS AT IT!

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