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1993 nissan maxima 3l v6 single over head cam

Well with my nissan she is giving me trouble hmm well first of the rpm gause is going crazy very irratic i have very rouugh idling and boggie when i am at a stop light and i have changed the tpi the throttle body sensor and now it still the same spent 100 dollors out the windor hmm brought to a mechanic the **** checked it out and told him to do a diagnoses and he popped the wires off and took one spaark pluug and said i need new spark plugs and he charged me 80 dollars out the window so i bought new spark plugs ngk plattenums gues wht she is still doing the same thing bogging almost stalling and she does grrrrrr i am so angry and frustrated spent 2 hundred dollars and still in the same boat, the distrubotor cap and wires has beeen replaced and AS well the gas filter in the past year hmm i am tired of the run around and liers

if you can help me please get back to me thanks

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  • mrrava May 19, 2008

    AND AGAIN THANK YOU FOR READING THIS ANY TYPE OF HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED

  • Anonymous Jul 02, 2008

    almost the same grrrr's. changed plug wires, plugs, cap, rotor, fuel filter, air filter. Still same. RPM goes down to 500 when at stop light, goes up when put in N but in D and stopped, goes down again. old plugs had very white core but no damage or build-up.

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    shane donegan May 11, 2010

    have u had a look under the tappet covers?, could be a number of probs under there possibly visible, just a suggestion as it could be alot of things

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