Question about Nissan Maxima
Added fuel changed spark plugs changed maf sensor
Change the fuel filter then see if it will start.If it doesn't the you will need to check the fuel pressure if its not within the specs (CHILTON AUTO MANUAL) then replace the fuel pump.
Posted on Mar 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 grand prix
It was the Cat. Converter on mine, Don't drive it like that too long as it will send exhaust back through the EGR Valve and burn a hole in the Intake Plenum....
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Sometimes the alarm thinks the pos. battery cable has been cut so it kills the ighition. You will have to look in the manual to see how to reset the alarm. You may need a code. If its not the alarm, you may have blown a fuse or worse, fried the computer when you put the alt. in. start at the begining. Check the battery cable connections, battery voltage, alt. wires and connections. if the headlighys work but the car won't start, it's prob. not a "connection" problem.
Posted on May 19, 2009
Possibly a weak fuel pump, idle air control valve, vacuum leaks, or loose or damaged wiring in the ignition system. Check for vacuum leaks first. That's the only one that won't cost anything. Make sure all intake bolts are tight, and all hoses are connected properly and in good condition.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
well the egr could be stuck open acting like a vacum leak,,,and causing the car to stall,,,you need a new egr,,,,check the wires and if any vacum hoses that go to it,to make sure they are good and connected first,if so replace the egr,,,,it could be false dtc for MAF sensor,,,
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Had similiar problem in my 93 buick limited. Changed cadilitic converter - no help. Replaced ignition coil (very easy) and car runs like a top again. It takes 3 coils - replace one of the 3 until you solve the problem.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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