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1995 Nissan Maxima

The RPM gauge on my Nissan Maxima fluctuated for about 10 seconds on start up and then went away. Car is running fine. Anything to be concerned about? Hello i have a 1995 nissan maxima an well my RPMs on it pretty much stay at like 2 the only time it moves is when the trans switches gear but then drops right back an when i step on it on the Eway the RPMs wont move i have no idea what this could be if anyone can help me out please......

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Since RPM meter is also important so that you can control the engine from overspeed. It is also important to repair the thing your rpm cable maybe worn out already. If it is an electronic rpm meter cold Solder in electronic lead might be the cause.

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