Question about 2006 Nissan Altima
Suspect an incorrectly adjusted throttle position sensor or base idle setting. Some workshops have a habit of adjusting the TPS or base idle settings to change the note of the engine and hence make the owner think that things are better. If your timing is adjustable, recheck that too and make sure that all checks are undertaken by using the correct manufacturers adjustment procedure. Remember, computers can only give the correct output when they get the correct input and if someone has messed with these settings, this will throw everything the cars computer controls, all to hell.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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