Question about 1993 Nissan Maxima
Could be faulty Camshaft Position Sensor. Either way it sounds like bad sensor. It may also be faulty coil packs. You should remove one plug at a time, replug it into the wire, and lay across motor and have someone else turn the motor over to see if you have any spark. If no spark in one or two cylinders, then coil pack will need replacement. If spark is good, then check fuel pressure to make sure engine is getting fuel to all cylinders. If the engine is getting fuel, then it must be a sensor.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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