Question about 1993 Nissan Pickup
Everything is fine. it starts great. it idles great. it only goes about 3 miles an hour when i push the gas pedal. when i push the petal to floor board it goes nowhere.
Not quite everything is fine.
Is the check engine light on ?
When you push on the gas pedal, does the engine speed change ?
Can you rev up the engine in park ?
What have you checked so far ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My both low beams headlight does not come on (2004 Altima). I replaced the bulb, checked the fuses. They all seem okay. I'm wondering if there are any other relays that I need to check. If it's in the harness then, I guess I'll have to bring it to the dealer. Hope not. Any suggestions?
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
You have to change the Fuel filter on your car. Its probably do for one anyways so change that fuel filter and that should solve your problems.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
SOURCE: 1998 Nissan Maxima
You may have a problem with the check valve in the fuel pump, if this valve is defective the gas drains back to the fuel tank and causes long crank times, you can test this by hooking up a fuel pressure guage at the fuel injector fuel supply line on the top of the engine, run the engine for a moment and quickly record the pressure when you shut down, that pressure reading should not drop more than 5 PSI overnight, if the check valve is bad the pressure will most likely start to drop right away, but do the over night test anyway. If this is the problem you will need to replace the fuel pump in the gas tank.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
If it is bad gas you would be able to smell it usually. When gas goes bad it turns to like varnish and the smell ( believe me- once you have smelled it) you will never forget what it smells like. If the engine light is on, check the trouble codes. On a 1995 Nissan Sentra it was the first year of OBD 2 systems so it should have a hookup for the scan tool but if you don't have a scan tool you can still retrieve the codes from the ECU or the check engine light.
Under the dash behind the center console is the ECU. You will need to get to it(Don't disconnect it from it's wiring harness ) Just be able to access it and I believe on the side of the ECU isa Diagnostic Mode Selector which you will move to the left and turn ignition switch to on position(not start) and watch how the check engine light flashes. Sometimes it will flash fast and sometimes slow. Then it will repeat. Example a long beep then 4 quick beeps would be a code 14. Write down what yours is and get back with me. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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