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Re: pathfinder dies after ebgibe revs abd bucks
Bad distributor most likely the cause from personal experience. However when this vehicle dies check to see what missing GAS/SPARK... If it spark you need a distributor. Good Luck and thanks for using FIX YA
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Try unpluging the M.A.F. (Mass airflow meter) It will be on the intake pipe between the air filter and turbo. Start it up if it run's ok then replace. It will run without one but will be less MPG and may cause other problem's over time if not replaced
If you have a hih miles truck,it is very possoble you have aclogged cat.Have a muffler shop test pressure in front and behind by drilling small holes,checkin w/gauge,then welding back.This should be free if you replace the cat.
It's starving for fuel. The main component there is the MAS -- mass airflow sensor, very common to go bad. Tap on it and sometimes that will make it rev lower or stall. It's inline with the black tubing that goes to the air filter. They run around $200 but are very very easy to put in yourself with a little care.
sound like your ABS system. you may have a lose wiring plug some where in the system when the ABS system get active it the system gets all kind of funny things make the car go slow the brakes it brakes it self there is no power in the engine. have your car for a truly electrical check up
might be in the alternator with the heater and ac on it is drawing alot of extra jucie from the battery in which is putting a strain on the alternator in which is causing the engine to not get enough power to the coil to fire properly
Check all grounds running from all electrical, If there is not a good contact this problem will occur, when you locate the ground surface take sandpaper or even a knife and scrape or sand the connector and the ground surface then reconnect it, It should return to normal if not then it could be a solenoid possibly but not sure