Question about 2003 Nissan Pathfinder
It's happened twice - all of a sudden, the engine's performance goes WAY down, to the point that I'm flooring it, and it's barely picking up speed... Transmission still shifts at the normal RPM. It's almost as it not enough gas is getting to the engine... Thoughts? 2003 Pathfinder SE, w/ 75K miles - 4WD
Try checking your oil levels. Mine does the same thing because for some reason they burn oil and you need to make sure that it didn't burn all of it. I have actually ran my pathfinder w/out oil a few times. As soon as I feel the hesitation, I check my engine oil level- and there's the problem.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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