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Nissan maxima I really need some help. I have posted here before about my 99 maxima and it still has problems. The starter went out and we replaced it. After it was replaced it was hard to start. Since then I have replaced the iat sensor. Checked the fuel pump (psi is 42) had the bat and alt checked they are good. good spark and no bad plugs. no vacuum leaks. We took it to a shop and they said that it was the starter but the starter is new. They all said that the car wouldn't start at all and it started up with no problems. But now we are bad to hard start. Cold start it can take up to 5 mins. once it is warm it starts better but still not right. The check engine light doesn't come on after I got it back from the shop the check engine light was on and it said something about the iat sensor reset it since it is new and haven't had the check engine light on again. Please help if there is anyone that knows what is wrong. A shop can't even figure it out. It is possible my ecm needs replaced or maybe the fuel pump. I just don't know what to do and am running out of funds to get it fixed.

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  • daeb4ever Jul 12, 2009

    The car battery has been disconnected several times so i know the computer is clear. yes the new starter spin as fast as the original

  • daeb4ever Jul 12, 2009

    I have also put injector cleaner in my tank

  • scottfiscus May 11, 2010

    what about the coolant temperature sensor?

  • Ionoone May 11, 2010

    Try resetting the computer completely, Disconnect the negative battery cable for a few minutes to let the computer clear. Does the new starter seem to spin as fast as the original?

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