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My nissan maxima misses the hose who brings the air from outside to the airfilter.this hose have a sensor on it and i miss that one to. i'm trying to find that in junk Jard because is not easy to find it. In the mean time i driving the car do you think this might cause other problems.because sometimes the car starts shaking when i stop.Please give me a answers. i already spend a lot of money going to the dealer for this car.I appreciate your help.

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This sensor you are missing is called the Intake Air Temperature sensor. The hose itself is not "required". You can purchase the sensor by itself, drill a hole in the upper part of the air box, and simply screw it in, and plug it in. As long as it is reading, it is doing it's job. This will save you some time and money.

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