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Hi i have a 2000 nissan maxima ai it keep geting a code 1320

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1320 This is an ignition coil may have gotten wet or could be faulty very common fault on this car, sometimes you can disconnect the battery for 5 minutes and it will reset the cars computer thats if you have an engine light on, 1320 would normally cause a misfire and in most causes you have to buy a new coil.

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Any Nissan Main Dealer, take the log book, and they will give you the code.

Good Luck !

A FixYa rating would be appreciated thanks !


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