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If van Nissan is put on parking ,its idle is sometimes up between 1 and 2


you need to go to auto zone and get your vehicle read to see what it causing this ,,high idle is not good ..auto zone will read it fast and free

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Cam sensor advances my timing at an idle on the nissan altima 2.5


The you need diagnostic time with a scanner to start
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1997 nissan pathfinder smells hot after running awhile


Check your valve cover gaskets, bet they are leaking and that is burning off.

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When engine warms up it start to surge


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1996 nissan altima no acceleration and poor idle?


check whether you might have a catalyst problem,1. doesn't idle as no emissions let out of the exhaust system,2. doesn't accelerate as the engine is pressurized as no released emission. Try to check by requesting somebody to accelerate as steady and you check through the end of your exhaust pipe if the emission outlet sound is loud enough or if is like weak sound.if is the second result surely your cat is the problem as also you receive a smell of a rotten egg as well.

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Nissan altima 1997 hesitate at stops, wants to die but still runs rpms fluctuate


My best guess is gonna be a vaccum leak... pick up a cheap can of carb cleaner. Start your car and listen for a whistle or something close. it will probly be near or behind the throttle body. take your carb cleaner and spray it with out the little red hose around the back coner on the driver side of the motor. you can visually inspect the area after you hear an increase the idle. if you dont find it there spray all around any where you see a hose. Hope it helps. a vaccum leak usually wont set a check engine light on OBD 1 cars. Good luck.

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1998 maxima car starts runs for about 10 seconds then shuts off any suggestions would like to help someone


you could try raising the idle. if that doesn't work you could change your fuel filter.

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99 Nissan pathfinder idles hard at lights


Have you changed the fuel filter recently?

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