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Sometimes it takes 2 or 3 times to start and

,04 Nissan Sentra sometimes it takes 2 or 3 times to start and pumping gas pedal a little bit. today it died in the bank line but not sure if related

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Sounds like you may need a throttle position senser.

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Car takes a few times trying before it starts


Could be a clogged fule filter..
I have seen a clogged fuel filter cause this several times..
Not to much money to replace..

Good luck..

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Fuel pressure???


Don't bother pumping the gas pedal,it doesn't work on injected cars.When did you last get it serviced?I'm thinking spark plugs.

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2004 nissan sentra


yes it sounds like your fuel pump is going bad

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