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I have a 2006 sentra (nissan) and for some reason it mostly gives me a hard time starting up, when i asked the mechanic as to why they had no clue and said it could be any number of reasons and wanted me to pay $90 fee for them to find out why..

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Nissan has a lot of problems with their fuel pumps for that year. You can have the pump replaced or they can install a repair kit and that will fix your problem. Unfortunately, Nissan has not had enough problems or complaints about this to issue a recall, so typically it is not covered under any type of warranty.

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