Question about 2003 Nissan Maxima
2003 Nissan Maxima with 100,000 miles. DTC code for Oxygen sensor has been on for a few months- HO2S2-2. Service provider said it was not critical to replace and it passes inspection, so...
Recently started to stall when at low speed (under 30mph) or at idle. Will restart ofter a few attempts. I have noticed that it will try this while running at high speed on the interstate. It hiccups but does not die. Otherwise it runs great. Does not idle rough, smooth acclerations, easy gear change (automatic).
I have tried fuel system cleaner and even replaced fuel filter. No real change in performance.
Codes pulled at Autozone are: BBHO2S22 maximum voltage not met, and BBCatalyst system efficiency below threshold- bank 2. The DTC code I got from the blinking light are 0340 and 1167.
Would replacing sensors keep it from stalling?
The codes you provided indicate separate issues. Code 1167 is indicative of either a stuck fuel injector of the O2 sensors. Code 0340 indicates the CMP position sensor. Replacing the O2 sensors will likely clear the 1167 code assuming the fuel injectors are okay. It would be the first course of action. If there's no noticeable change in performance (i.e. stalling problem continues) then the CMP position sensor is likely your overall problem. Best of luck.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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