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What causes low rev sputtering on the 1400 Nissan champ

Ignition system correct

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SOURCE: nissan 1400 champ front brakes binding, brake

This indicates that you have air in the brake system or something isn't mounted properly. You'll need to inspect to see if there is anything not properly mounted, I'll deal with the brake bleeding:

You will need to bleed the brakes from the right rear first, then the left rear, right front, then left front brake, all without letting the brake Master Cylinder resivoir from getting low while doing the bleeding.

You may even want to start with the master cylinder to make sure it's bled properly by loosening the lines there first, bleeding them & then continuing to the system. Use the guide below for best results.

Bleeding brakes properly:
1. 2 people are required to do this properly, forget one man bleeders, they do work, but don't talk back or identify problems as they can't see what's happening. As a safety feature it's good to have another person nearby when someone is getting underneath a vehicle. Even my wife has had to do the pedal pushing in my household when I didn't have an assistant and needed to bleed either a brake system, or a clutch system.

2. Never let the fluid go beneath half way down when bleeding the brakes.

3. When adding fluid to the master cylinder, use a funnel to allow the fluid to run down the side into the cylinder, or use a syringe to prevent air from entering the fluid as you pour it.

4. Always pump the brakes slowly, release them slowly. Fast pedal action causes the fluid to rise into the air, allowing air to enter the system.

5. Pressurize the system by pumping repeatedly until the pedal is as firm as it will get, continue to hold that pedal down until the person bleeding the brakes, has released the air by loosening the bleeder valve, then make sure the line is tightened BEFORE releasing the brake pedal slowly. Pump the pedal again to build pressure, & bleed the brake again the same way until air stops coming out & only good fluid is seen. Proceed to the next farthest line.

If done this way, the brakes will be properly bled and if there are no leaks, the system should work properly. If you identify a leak, repair and start over.

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SOURCE: My nissan 1400 champ 2006 model cuts on fuel as I travel even if left in the sun for a long time. How can I overcome this problem.

have you replaced the fuel cap recently with a non vented type? Could create a vacumme in tank

Posted on Nov 17, 2012

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Perhaps I'm too late and too long winded! But to answer your question about the fuel pump, yes the pump failure mode could be gradual. But as for your "sputtering" engine the root cause could be related to the fuel or ignition system. For clarification I have a few questions. (1) Realizing this may be an intermitent problem, can you make the engine sputter if you rev the engine with tranmission in park? If yes, this reduces the probability of the sputter being ignition related. (2) When you do rev the engine do you get full rpm's (> 2000rpm) or does it seem choked/limited? If no, your suspisions maybe correct and your engine could have a fuel system problem. (3) Or possibly the sputter only occurs/worsens when the engine is loaded? You can sufficiently load the engine by applying the park, service brake pedal, shifting the transmission into drive, and then slowly applying moderate accelerator pedal. It shouldn't take more than 25 to 50% of accelerator application to safely load the engine.

Two possible solutions: If the engine sputters with the transmission in park or you just don't trust the fuel pump you might want to check the fuel filter first before condeming the pump. The alcohol content in fuel could have cleared enough debris to plug your 3 month old fuel filter. You should be able to blow through the filter without much effort. When the fuel filter is clogged it will fatigue the pump and can lead to failure. It could also be poor fuel quality though. (2) If the engine sputters loaded check the ignition coils and module. One way to check a coil is to disconnect a plug wire set before trying to duplicate the problem. If the engine sputters worsens with a wire set disconnected that coil is okay. You will find the culprit when the sputter doesn't change with a plug wire set dis connected.

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