Question about Nissan Altima
First try retreiving any stored trouble codes by bringing the car to an auto zone auto parts store they will run a free code check on the car if acode is present this code will give you the clue needed to adress the issue in greater detail than my educated guess. If I had this problem I would say the crank sensor is starting to go bad or it may be an ignition module, these two things along with doing a tune up if needed would be the course of action I would take before overhauling the engine.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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