I HAVE A 95 NISSAN MAXIMA THAT BOGS DOWN WHEN STOPPING
IM HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY WIFES CAR A 1995 NISSAN MAXIMA WHEN COMING TO A STOP LIGHT OR WHEN PUTTING IN PARK WHEN PICKING OUR KIDS UP FROM SCHOOL...THE RPMS DROP SUDDENLY TO 200-100 THEN BOGS DOWN AND CUTS OUT
WHAT IS CAUSING THIS?????
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unfortunately in your mode maxima nissan had quite a few issues because of beeing the first model of A32 body style from the older J30 model maxima. from what i have seen in the past it could be anything from bad harness, to flodded ECM/computer because of water entering into vehicle because of faulty cowling on top of windshield, to bad ground between trans and engine housing. if the check engine light is on, you need to scan for codes to get started. if no check engine light is on that that makes it alot harder to diagniose. if no check engine light is on, i would look at the top of the computer bracket to see if its rusted up, that coilud be sign of water coming in and flodding computer causing running issues/drivability porblems.
Im going to say, that if all the brakes lock up, it more than likely your ABS system malfunctioning. You can test this by unhooking the electrical plug to the box. Im not sure where it would be located on a Nissan, but typically for chevy's its under the car mid way drivers side. As far as cost for a mechanic, it would depend on how long it takes them to find a problem in the system. Typically your talkin $60 and hour or more.