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My 95 nissan maxima se is not firing on its number 4 cylinder. How dangerous is this to drive until it can be fixed. I understand it could be spark plugs, and or coil. Anything else that might cause this to happen?

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If your car has a Power Transistor Unit like my 90 300ZX had, that could do it too, but it's more likely to be a coil or spark plug. You should not drive the car until this is solved. Having a missing cylinder throws the engine drastically out of balance and can cause severe damage.

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So you have a cylinder not contributing based on
removing the plug wire & no rpm change.

Is that plug wire putting out the same voltage as the rest?

Are all the wires on the correct cylinders & dist cap locations?

Are all the injector plugs also on & in the correct places?

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Fig. Cylinder head bolt loosening sequence - Altima & Maxima 3.5L engine

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you have to eliminate several items
one at a time.
but it all comes down to three things air, fuel and fire.(spark)
disconect the gas line and see if the fuel pump is pumping at rated pressure you mayneed a gage for that, gas is dangerous be very careful dumping any amounts about, or disconect and see it squirt into a container ,again be careful. if you are confident that the streem of gas is strong. then it is not the fuel pump.
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check the air cleaner for a proper filter to be clean.
mostly it is either fuel or spark.

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