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2003 altima keeps throttling up and down on idle motion but stop when you put the car in drive

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Need idle relearn or throttle chamber

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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The car hesitates when idling or stopped at light/ stop sign, and the rpm drops to zero then goes back up.


The battery was a red herring - it would not have anything to do with the problem.
Faulty spark plugs could cause a miss but probably not make the engine stall.
What you described is a classic example of a faulty idle air control valve or a dirty throttle body. The computer controls idle speed by regulating how much air enters the intake. It opens the control valve to raise idle speed when necessary.
I would check the control valve and the throttle body.

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MAKE SURE WHEN YOU PLUGGED THE SPARK PLUGS IN THAT YOU GOT THEM IN THE RIGHT FIREING ORDER,ALSO MAKE SURE THAT YOUR THROTTLE BODY IS OPERATING NORMALY WATCH IT WHILE THE CAR IS RUNNING TRY MOVING THE THROTTLE BODY ROD BY HAND

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