Question about 1984 Nissan Pickup
My 1997 Nissan Pickup is losing power when i am driving. I have replaced the Fuel filter, spark plugs, spark plug wires. What could be the problem?
Remove the catalyitc converter, sounds like it is clogged
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
If you take the vehicle to a local shop, you can get a mechanic to do a compression check on each one of your cyllinders. This will tell you if your engine is holding pressure. If that checks out, it would have to be a fuel problem, (injectors, pump, filter, or clogged line) or maybe spend the couple bucks, and buy yourself a new MAF (mass airflow sensor) it may be the problem, but if not, it always helps to change.
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