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At the next oil change, have it tuned up.

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I have a nissan murano 2005 with the code p1701 and a p0340 how can i use them to repair these codes

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03 murano starts then stalls started today start it up idles for a few seconds then stalls

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2003 Nissan Murano, mechanic says he does not have the code to fix the idle.

You dont need a code to fix the idle you have to change the idle contol valve.Good luck

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check the air ducts that are clamped on between the air filter and the intake, sounds like air is getting leaking in. make sure the air box is on right and the clamps are tight

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If you hear a clicking when you try to start your car, but it won't start, the most likely cause is a very low battery. Next most likely is a poor connection somewhere, most likely at one or both of the battery posts or terminals.

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Have you checked the oil pressure with a mechanical gauge? Sounds like the oil pump isn't putting out enough pressure and/or volume at idle speed.

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