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Whistling noise with my nissan micra when accelerating from 60 upward

Just noticed lately that everytime am going to accelerate from 60 to upward i can hear whistling noise , i could not identfy where that noise from and if will release the noise will stop, i can also feel that when driving uphill power is not strong

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had the same issue, had someone look and it seems the noise was caused by heat shield being loose covering exhaust system. Have that checked out.

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Dear Tajack73: Nissan had a voluntary recall campaign on the 2002,2005,2006 Altima's with the 2.5 litre engines It envolves reprogramming the ECM.
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Hi there, this is a very common fault, what ever side door the noise is coming from you need to replace the door actuator to cure the noise, Ive done loads of these, not sure how much it is though, hope this helps.

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