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PROBLEMS WHIT MY E.C.M.

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I AM COULD SAY IF A E.C.M.(POWER TRAIN CONTROL) 1992 NISSAN MáXIMA, OPERATES IN A NISSAN MáXIMA 1998

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It will not work at all. 1992 maxima is a J30 body style. 1998 Maxima is a A32 model. Totaly different cars.

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