Question about 2005 Nissan Altima
Electric throttle control malfunction
1 Stuck or Sticking throtte plate
2 Poor electrical connection
3 Failed throttle control actuator
When I'm driving on the highway the car would lose all power to the gas pedal. The car engine would still run while this occurs. I would pull over on the shoulder and cut off the car about 1-2 minutes and restart it. The problem would occur about 3 times per day. I bought some fuel system cleaner about a week ago and change my fuel intake from discount gas stations to Shell. Also when I fill up I put gas treatment in the fuel take along with V-Power gas. Ever since I started doing this the car never cut off. I know this didn't fix the problem because the check engine light is still on, but is this helping one of the above problems so I could narrow this down to which one to repa
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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