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Not idling I have a 2000 maxima that does not idle ,there is a generic code p0505 - idle circuit malfuntion. I changed the tps and the problem is still there. thanks Mike

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You will need a Nissan diagnostic tool "CONSULT II" to correctly adjust the TPS you installed and to check the IDLE AIR VOLUME LEARN.

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Try checking your idle air control valve and see what happens

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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Maxima's from around that time are prone to this nonsense.

Recently dealing with this in my 2001. Had to change out the IAC, although you might be able to clean it (it's connected to the bottom of the accelerator unit dealy.) If you need a new one, buy online, as it'll be around $150, whereas a mechanic will charge you about $400.

Likely, if that went sour, it probably burned out your ecm (you might have smelt burning electronics just before it happened, as I did) which you can replace at the dealer for $900+ or get repaired for around $200 (I used circuit board medics).

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Just replaced tps but dash light is still on and idle is very rough.


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That is idle air control (IAC) system malfunction,it's causes may include:
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The car will not hold rpm.


If you check engine light is on the computer has a code to show what sensor is having issues or perhaps is broken.

If you can keep the car running by staying on the gas pedal its most likely a broken throttle position sensor or a broken idle air control.

Throttle position sensors *(TPS for short) are high wear since they are mechanically changing position everytime you move the gas pedal. The idle air control is less likely but still a possiblity.

Find an autoparts store that will read your on board diagnostic code *(called OBD 2 for short) for free and see if the code is something that just requires a new part.

TPS for a Nissan Maxima is 130-150 bucks! So doing this cheap is not going to be easy! The idle air control is over 200 bucks! Yipes!

Good luck with your repair and be careful!

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