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The car loses power going up a hill even though the gas pedal is pushed all the way down it is a 1990 nissan maxima in a manual transmission

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Check fuel filter and system for clogs/low fuel pressure.
Also check the air filter.
Any codes?

Posted on Jul 16, 2010

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My Nissan Maxima 2009 wont accelerate even though I step the gas pedal to the floor? what should I do??


you will need to get the relevent diaganostic equipment, hook it up to your vehicle & check the results.

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I have a 1990 jeep Cherokee limited 4.0 auto 4x4. I was driving and let gas pedal going down hill and when I pushed pedal it revved up. The transmission just quit pulling what could be problem.


well read the answers on your first of 2 posts.
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that is called transmission FLare (gross slip)
dont slip it on purpose as that burns up clutch packs.
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Push down on gas pedal bogging then goes


It could possibly be that there is a wore spot on your throttle position sensor (TPS). It basically is connected to the cable running to the gas pedal and tells the computer how much you're pushing down on the pedal.

If you find that it's bogging down more and more often (like when you need more power climbing hills and never really gets going), it could be that your catalytic converter is clogged, but this will eventually throw some check engine lights.

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Loss of power


it sounds like a fuel issue are their any codes in the system how is your fuel economy is their a drag on the system is it only going up a hill

Sep 18, 2012 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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2003 nissan maxima wont go when i push gas pedal


Just a guess but if it runs fine and wont move when in gear . that sounds like transmission problem. May wanna have someone look at it. Without see it and hearing it run would just be a guess. could be one of many things

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My car takes off very poorly and loses power going up hill


u would want to take a careful look at that transmission

Sep 14, 2011 | 1990 Nissan Maxima

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1990 maxima Drivers side window, will power down but won't go back up


Check the cable that lifts the window. If the cable is frayed or twisted and stuck the window will not work.

If this is the case the window regulator assembly must be replaced. It contains the bracked and cables that operate the window. It cost about $100.

I replaced all four on my 1990 maxima.

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