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I have a 1996 NissanAltima 4 Cylinder, cold he running very good and after he warm up proximal 2 miles is cutting off on me, like if the not getting gas,I Replace the gas filter and that is not the problem Please can you help me out, Thanks,Leo

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Posted on Aug 29, 2010

  • llleoenrique Sep 13, 2010

    I have replace the distributor, and that did the trick, Thanks any way, Leo

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