Question about 2006 Nissan Sentra
The only accurate way to check an O2 Sensor,
is with an oscilloscope,which you won't have.
If you put a screw driver to the injectors, and they are
clicking,they most likely are okey
To check intake leaks,the best tool is an
EVAP Smoke Machine,which you won't have.
Also a Fuel Pressure Gauge will only tell you
the fuel fail pressure and that the pump is working.
A leaking injector is a much more complicated
proceedure that can be done a couple of ways
Not easy to work on todays vehicles, unless you
have keep up with technology and have the tools
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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