Question about Nissan Pulsar
My car nissan pulsar 1.6 lit 1996 model is giving extremely low fuel economy of only 7kms to a lit I tuned it up many times but result. After that I got it fitted with gas kit from Ultra tune on Springvale Road/Ferntree Gully corner it started giving the problem of stalling in the centre of road with sufficient gas in tank I took the car to Ultra tune about three times and they kept the car with them for three days each time, but the problem still persists last time it didnt start even on petrol and had to be towed away to the Ultratune workshop, this time they kept the car for a week and finally said that it has a excessive evaporation of coolent in the exhaust due to some leakage in head and that is the reason of its stalling when operating on gas but the coolant is at the same level even after three days of operation of car and he says there is no problem with gas system.
I dont understand what to do now I am really afraid to drive my car because it stalls suddenly in the middle of the road and it is very risky that way.
Please advise me what should do now.
I had the same problem last year and called the number on the back of the clock 718-610-2717 - it was busy forever - finally I got through and they gave me another number to call - I did get the problem fixed I just can't remember how exactly to fix it again. I think I had to manually reset...I have been trying the original number again - but it has been busy for the 4 days I have been trying. I will keep trying...
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
SOURCE: 1994 Sentra running rough
thanks for asking , i am sorry to tell you that the problem you asking for could be for a lot of reasons , but , i will try to help you by tell you some things to check it , first you should be sure that the car is not over heated , and and the sparks are good , and all the cylinders are working properly and that by removing each spark wire but every one separately and see if any change happen ,if no change happen with one of the sparks so you found the problem and it is that you r car don't work with all it's cylinders , but if that will not be easy for you to do it your self , so be sure that if you driven the car to a local garage no damage will happened , and don't worry that shouldn't cost you a lot of money , and thank you for using fixya.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
You do not have to replace the fuel pump at a specific mileage.
I hate to speculate without physically inspecting the vehicle, but, my best solution here & now may be the fuel pump. Now, I would not go out & buy one before you had proper diagnosis. Here is one test, but you will need to have to experience the stall again, and then test to see if you have fuel pressure at the injectors. If you have no fuel pressure, replace the pump. Fuel filter issues do not "come & go", they stay, and your car would not run properly. Also, a fuel pump failure will not set a computer code on this particular model vehicle. Hope this helps..
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
As the post said earlier they went to a ford shop.... I suggest to have your vehicle inspected elsewhere. maybe have your o rings replaced and your fuel system cleaned.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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