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Hi there! Hi Milespeed, yeah I've posted a recent topic about my Altima 94 that has started rough idling and sometime totally stalls at a stop sign or red light, you told me to check my alternator and it seems to work just fine, it only has low voltage when the car itself is about to stall and chokes so it doesn't seem to be it, im getting pretty mad not finding out what the problem might be, do you have any other idea? because the only thing that is shown on my dashboard is the handbrake and the battery light, which doesn't seem to have any problem at all, there's no check engine light so I guess it's probably not the sensors... but what else could it be?

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Fuel filter , vacuum leaks are common also.... but if your battery light is on ..even when not idling low .. the system is not seeing the right voltage..have you tested with a volt/ohm meter..dvom...and see 14.7 volts to battery when idling?... connections, especially grounds to/from battery etc...?...advise

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