Question about 1991 Nissan Maxima
Sounds like some thing that holds your rive place is lose eg lose our broken bolt our bushes worn out recommend take it to the specialist.
i have never seen a damaged warped our uneven axial that is not giving off saver shacking/noise and general discomfort only on acceleration if it was the case the car would be a pig to drive at any speed at any rev range
you will realy need to put the car on the hoist to check this problem
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Easy buddy! This has not happened to any of my imported cars but it is most likely a damaged, warped or uneven front and/or rear axle. When gas is applied the axles gives out, thus your problem but only at high speeds, thus the interstate. Go in the shop, and tell them this.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Drive shaft universal joint worn.Or bearing worn.Have them checked out Before driving any distance.Hope that was help full
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Jack front end. Use both hands to check driver and passenger side tires for slight wobble. If wobbles, you have a bad ball joint. Otherwise inspect tie-rod end for wear.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
This could be a lot of things, but I will guess you have a air leak in the throttle body, and/or air flow sensor issues.
Do this, get some carborator cleaner and spray it around the throttle body where it connects to the intake manifold (with the engine idling). If you immediately notice an improvement/change in the idle, you have a leak. I'm not sure about the older Aurora's but on the GEN2 this is common and not too bad to fix - about a 30.00 part for the plenum gasket. (and 2-3 hours to replace).
Other thoughts - check reading on O2 sensors, fuel trim, etc - but this is futile of you have an air leak (above) which would need to be fixed first.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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