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Pathfinder 2002 keep shutting off by itself when not pushing the gas pedal. Give ODBII error P0325...

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It appears to be a knock sensor.
Can't tell you that they fail,or it is something else causing the sensor to set a code.
I would check it out,but I wouldn't spend much money doing so, or loose any sleep over it.

Maybe a Nissan Specialist will help us out here.

If you have misfire issues at an idle, that may be your only issue.
You don't need to throw spark plugs and a long laundry list of parts at this, as everyone else does.
Idle Control,Throttle Sensor Etc not working correctly and causing it to shake and stall,thus setting off the Knock Sensor, as it stalls,just some ideas or quess at best. Pretty much need your vehicle to diagnose

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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