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Check for an accessory relay above the fuse panel. The relay is turned on by the ignition run or ignition accessory wire, and then sends power to the accessory fuses in the fuse panel. I have an '87 Nissan. Above the fuse panel in the dash is a tray that can be pulled out to see the accessory relay, ECCS relay, and the ignition relay. Nissan often used the same relay, same part number, for many applications. Try the bulb check relay under the hood as a swap.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This could be the oxygen sensor in the exhaust, could also be to do with the spark plugs not working correctly. Seek advice from a fully qualified mechanic.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
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