Question about 2003 Nissan Altima
There are many possible causes for this kind of problem.
1. Clogged fuel filter - just change your fuel filter
2. Dirty air filter - replace it or just clean it with compressed air
3. faulty throttle position sensor - this will be the extreme case but usually its just the fuel filter or air filter.
4. Used up fuel pump - its also possible that you fuel pump has given up
5. Bad spark plugs - check the spark plugs, see if they are still okay
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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