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Hi there, i just had my engine manifold pipes welded as there was a leak. It is a 1992 Nissan Terrano. Since this has been done the engine surges and is getting worse by the day. What could it be?

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The heat may have damaged a sensor or they may have accidentally melted a wire or disconnected a sensor. look for these simple fixes first if it all started right after the welding work was done.

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