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Codes P0303 and P0325 - 1998 Nissan Maxima

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SOURCE: 1996 not 1997 codes reading p0303; po304;p0325

codes 03-40 are misfires on cylinders 3 & 4 and 325 is ur knock sensor if u had bad gas/water in tank or need tune up and those 2 cylinders misfired could set off code for knock sensor or visa versa as to abs light sheck sensor wires for connection and or damage none observed have rescanned and find out if sensor or unit if sensor scan code will tell u which one ur directional usually blinks faster on the side with the bulb out

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SOURCE: codes p0171 p0303 p0325 car missing

p0171 = fuel system too lean, this means vacuum leak or faulty oxygen sensor

p0303 = cylinder 3 misfire

p0325 = knock sensor malfunction.

p0303 and p0325 - i can see these working together, if a cylinder misfires, it will cause the knock sensor to trip. I would lean towards the coil and or ignition module, along with a faulty oxygen sensor.

Posted on Dec 08, 2013

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1996 not 1997 codes reading p0303; po304;p0325 also need to know what abs light on may mean need new right front driving light left rear tail light thanks


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I'll summarize and then give links on more detailed articles I found. Basically the P0325 refers to the knock sensor and associated wiring. The P1320 refers to the ignition coil and wiring. Check the sensor, coil, and associated wiring.

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