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My 2000 1.8 n16 nissan pulsar has lost its power and feels and sounds like its starving for fuel. has been put on diagnostic and o2 sensor come up faulty. i replaced it and made no difference?

I have replaced the o2 sensor, plugs, cleaned the injectors and replace the mass airflow sensor.. any ideas??

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  • wadebarker80
    wadebarker80 Feb 02, 2013

    Hi, Did you find the solution? My Nissan Pulsar is having what seems like the same problem. Please post your fix. Regards Wade.

  • michae marandel
    michae marandel Dec 09, 2015

    i have a nissan n16 too and i get the samme problem what do u do to resovle ur problem plz help me



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Have you checked how much fuel pressure there is.... your fuel pump may be going bad or it could be the fuel pressure regulator

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  • ceanne barron Dec 10, 2012

    i have recently had the fuel pump and filter replaced but as for the pressure i havnt had it checked as the mechanic and auto electircian didnt think it could be that. but the car sounds and feels like its starving for fuel. thanks for the idea

  • Craig H Apr 10, 2013

    im having the same issue, have replaced the fuel pump and filter, has made a small difference but the issue is still there. especiall around 2500-3000rpm it feels like is starving the most. Did you manage to fix your issue? if so what was the soultion?


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N16's have a in-tank fuel pump which can become dirty and restrict fuel supply which will cause this to happen.

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