Question about 2003 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab
A couple of weeks ago, my 2003 navara started ticking over at 1500RPM when the engine warms up. On start up, it is correct at about 750-800.
This rectified itself the following day but a week later, it started again and has stayed the same since.
If I pull the pedle up a fraction, the revs drop but a don't think the problem is with the pedle end of the electrics as I do not see how engine temp would affect it.
Can anyone help please as Nissan will charge a fortune?
Could be a bad TPS or IAC. If you have not cleaned the throttle body in a long time a dirty one will cause all kinds of bad running/idling and drive-ability issues. Its the easiest thing to do and the least expensive. Remove it to clean properly, then clean it and any sensors, as well as the passages in the intake manifold. Then reassemble with a new gasket, and see what happens.
Posted on Mar 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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