Question about 1995 Nissan Maxima
While driving my 1995 Nissan Maxima under 30 mph, the engine stalls. I changed the spark plugs, air filter, replaced the oxygen sensor and it continues to stall. Any suggestions?
I had a similar problem with my SAAB 9-5; It was the crank sensor. (I'm not sure if nissan works the same way). Crank sensor suppose to send a signal to fuel injector reporting the RPM. if it's cracked, it would report a lower voltage( less than 800 RPM) when it heats up, making the gas line think that the car is shut off. therefore, gas stops flowing to the injector causing the car to stall. That's how it works in SAAB. Lets hope that's true for Nissan. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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