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93 Nissan Pathfinder 4x4 xe automatic trans. Missing below 2k rpm. Replaced cap, rotor, and wires. cleaned egr. cleaned throttle body. checked vacuum lines.Smooths out above 2k rpm.

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It smoths out because you can't here the miss check fuel pressure and check for vachum leaks and build up on throttle plate.

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