Question about 2002 Nissan Maxima
Check vaccum at PCV to ensure there is 18-20 lbs. of vacuum pressure if lower than 18 there is a vacuum leak trace it down. Also check compression in each cylinder to ensure the pressure is equal within 15 psi in all cylinders, if there is a low pressure reading in one cylider this si your problem. It could be as simple as a bad spark plug or plug wire a good way to narrow it down is to remove each spark plug and look for the one that is black or really worn all plugs should be a dull tan color if not there is an issue with ignition.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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