Question about 1997 Nissan Maxima
If it did this after changing the fuel filter, then there is the possibility that doing so may have dislodged any sediment in the filter canister, or other debris picked up from the environment and it got pumped into the fuel rails.
I recommend a fuel system treatment product called B12 by Chemtool. Add to about a half tank of fuel, that will be about the safest concentration for occasional use. Then, don't start the car right away. Turn your key to "run" wait a few seconds and then back off again, repeat three times. This will fill your fuel lines with the treatment. Don't start the car, let it sit for about a half hour. Then try it again.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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