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Okay I have a 2005 nissan sentra with about 84,000 miles on it. When i drive it every once in a while about twice a week its seems as if the transmission is going out or something. it will stop accelerating or accelerate very slowly. Then every once in a while it cuts off when i slow down. I have been put on every machine but no one knows what it is. Then my engine light dont even come on so some says they cant do anything for it. I just got my servicing by the dealership which cost 500 and they said the could find anything and everything looks to be okay.

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My Nissan is in shop now for same issue and they found oil leaking into the 3rd chanber of engine. Also there was problems with my fuel system.

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