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My 97 nissan altima is occasionally stalling out when I come to a stop. When this does happen it acts as if the engine is starving for fuel as I start it and for 10 or 15 minutes afterwards - it studders a bit at higher speeds. This is still happening even after I've replaced the oxygen sensors and the service engine light remains off. What is the problem?

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This happened to my 1997 Altima GXE a couple years ago. The coolant sensor is bad ($30-40 part). The coolant sensor is reading that the temp is cool on a warmed up engine and actually causes the engine to run rich (thinking it is a cold engine). The problem is intermittant and happened at the worse times.

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This was just happening to my car and i had to change my fuel pump and the fuel tank cap under the rear seat that is connected to the fuel pump for some reason it shorted out i think its because the fuel pump was shot

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Im having the same exact problem, trouble is I've replaced my coolant sensor, along with my fuel filter, distributor cap, rotor, plugs/wires, and knock sensor.

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