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Car will not accelerate when gas pushed

Car will not move sometimes when I press the gas peddle

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SOURCE: 94 Nissan Altima accelerator problems

check your throttle position sensor

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have u replaced the fuel filter? sounds like a low fuel pressure concern, have the filter replaced.

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SOURCE: My car will not accelerate

your transmission has failed, you will need it removed and repaired

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SOURCE: 1996 Nissan Altima. Car suddenly stopped

check accelerator cable under the hood

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Car won't move

It would appear that your CV joints are worn out completely, and you are going to have to replace them, or the whole half-shaft. When you hear those funny noises, that is your car talking to you... the only way it can, and you have to fix those noises ASAP.

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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