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I have 95 Nissa Altima. The car is stalling when I try to accelerate. I can drive it for a maximum of 15 minutes at low speeds. The OBD codes are P0340 and PO325.

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  • musikerry Aug 07, 2008

    I have a 1997 Nissan Maxima that suddenly lost all power. Engine will run, but it will not accelerate in gear, and struggles to idle. Error code P0340 Cam Sensor Malfunction displayed, but replacement of Cam Sensor and clearing code did not solve acceleration/idling problem. Helllllp.

  • fkoffu Oct 29, 2008

    i have a 95 pathfinder will start and idle but wont accelerate replaced fuel filter plugs wires maf,tps checked cat still nothing

  • Anonymous May 03, 2009

    idk my altima has the same problem when i give it gas it hesitates be4 getting on it

  • stelios-evo May 03, 2009

    I have nissan almera 1998 and when i try to accelerate stalls

  • Anonymous May 25, 2009

    Change spark plugs and spark plug wires. I had the same problem. Problem solved after i did both. easy change!

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I have the same problem. Change all 4 spark plugs but before you do clean out the thread that holds the sparkplug when you screw it it using auto or house napkin. You also need to change your spark plug wires too. I change spark plugs at first anmd it helps a little so there was improvement. I then took out the spark plug wires and replace it with a new one. Walla...Fixed!! My wires was in pretty badshape and spark plug was rotten.

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