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2001 Maxima starts then dies shortly after i have changed the coils ,mass air meter , injectors are good

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You should run a diagnostic on the car, it will save you time and money on the repair, and take the guess work out of it. There are several things that could make this happen, like having a faulty O2, cam, or crankshaft sensor, all of which are somewhat expensive.

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