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Typically on these vehicle the throttle body will need to be replaced to correct the issue . There is a sensor built into the throttle body assembly that measures throttle angle to send to various modules . Sometime if you have a good mechanic they can desconnect the throttle body . Clean the inside of the housing carefully plug everything back up and use a scan tool which has Nissan software to RE learn the throttle position at idle. I have done this many many times but sometimes the parts are just bad . Goodluck
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