Question about 1993 Nissan Pathfinder
If its a vac hose it will have vac in it when the engine is running, or you will have a pipe on the intake pulling air where the hose is supposed to connect.
You may be able to look at a similar vehicle to figure out where the hose goes.
Posted on Feb 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: nissan rough idel
Sounds like the injector in #1 cylinder is not working. Unplug injector and check for OHM reading. The spec for your injector is I believe at around 10-14.5 OHMS. If out of spec, replace it. If that's OK, than check for 12V on one side of the connector going to the injector. If 12V is there, than you are getting power. The other wire goes to the ECM/computer. You will have to trace it to the computer and check for continuity from the injector connector to the ECM/ Continuity should be present. If no continuity is found, than you have a broken wire. If continuity is OK, than the ECM may be the cause. There could be other causes also, like engine mechanical issues, such as burned valve, bad piston, plugged EGR passages on your model Sentra or headgasket. Start with checking the injector and post results. I think that you will find, that its not any good.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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