Question about 1998 Nissan 200SX
It sounds to me like the throttle position sensor is bad. The fuel injection cleaner might not help this case. Since your car newer than a 1996,you will have a computer system known as an OBD2. This diagnoses anything wrong with the car and will set the check engine light on whenever there is something wrong with the system. I suggest hooking an OBD2 scanner up to it and see what the code reads. Even though it may be off now,the computer should store the code for a while. Also if they hook up more complex scanner to it,they can see what is going on with the car as they drive it.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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