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2005 nissan altima shifted into 2nd

It shifted into 2nd at interstate speed, on its own. would maf, or filter cause this or would it be more likely speed or timing sensor or something else

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The maf could possibly cause it but I would suggest you change the transmisson oil and filter, this is the most overlooked under serviced item anywhere.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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was it a new maf fitted or a referbed unit
most new mafs sold only have a 6 month warranty

are there any other fault codes present or just the maf fault code

I agree with you a fault in the maf can make the car behave that way
the maf has a few functions with sensors in the unit

other sensors can also cause the engine to behave that way
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bypassing a faulty sensor in a maf
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