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I have a nissan 2006 2.5 the rmp's go hig and low fast i replace the thorttle body and still the same thing

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Vss ( vehicle speed sensor ) sensor unplugged
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you will find an electric wire goes from back of dash board through the top of gear box under the bonnet of course

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sound like you have a distributor that is going bad , the carnk sensor is build into the distributor and sometimes when that gi bad it will cause the car to stall but will not set a code A couple of things here. First, the distributor is probably bad. Second, I would clean the throttle body and check the throttle position sensor. I think the idle air control valve is dirty along with the throttle body so I would clean them first and that should correct the idle thing. The distributor should correct the bucking problem. Now, make sure you have a fresh tuneup like plugs, wires, cap and fuel filter along with a new PCV.

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MAKE SURE WHEN YOU PLUGGED THE SPARK PLUGS IN THAT YOU GOT THEM IN THE RIGHT FIREING ORDER,ALSO MAKE SURE THAT YOUR THROTTLE BODY IS OPERATING NORMALY WATCH IT WHILE THE CAR IS RUNNING TRY MOVING THE THROTTLE BODY ROD BY HAND

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