Question about 1999 Nissan Maxima
My 99 Nissan Maxima is starting to sputter, hestate,and **** especially when I am going up a simple inclines. I was told it maybe the MASS airflow sensor...has this ever happened to anyone?
The mass Air flow sensor is a good hit. Yes, it happens to alot of people. The maf tellsthe computer how much air is passing through the intake and in turn the computer provides the fuel needed proportionately. The less air, the less fuel. So, if the sensor if dirty and inaccurate the vehicle will run poorly and stall. The maf does get dirty and cleaning is a psrt of a tune up. Good Luck. Ned
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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