Question about 2000 Nissan Maxima
I found a thread on Maxima.org relating to the P1320 error code.
Specifically, 2000-2001 Maxima's have had this problem. It seams as
though everybody agrees that the error is caused by the ignition coils.
We've never had ours changed, so I'm doing that. Nissan was going to
charge me approx $600 (plus tax) for parts and another $180 for labor.
The job take a whole 30 minutes to replace the 6 of them, and you can
get the 6 ignition coils at O'reilly's for $325. I changed three last
night and the car seems to be doing better. I'll replace the other 3
tonight and see what happens.
Also, when testing the car, the car seems to "shake". I'm not sure if this is related to the P1320, but if we turn off the AC the "shaking" stops.
Hope helps (remember rated this).
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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