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Re: 95 nissan maxima rear problems
Have you had the tires balanced lately? Make sure all tires are at the right pressures, make sure all lug nuts are on the car and torqued properly. If all of this is OK, have the wheels balanced (rotate them while you're at it).
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It sounds like a clogged catalytic converter. If you can unbolt it; try unbolted it and see how it runs. Also try unplugging the sparkplug wire one at a time and see if the shaking gets worse or stays the same. When you pull a spark plug wire and the car stops shaking then that cylinder isn't firing. Watch out though, you'll get a nasty shock if you do it without insulated pliers. It could be a stuck valve or bad ignition.
check your e-brake cables. make sure they are moving freely on bith sides. did you use a torque wrench to torque the wheels also?? unevenly torqued wheels can cause rotor warpage causing brake pulsation/shake. problems like this are hard to fix over the internet, without me actually looking at it my self. Rear brake setup on a maxima is pretty simple setup. I am just trying to think, what you could have done to cause this. Did the pads slipped nice and easy in to the slides??, when you were putting the pads in?? let me kno what you find and we will take it from here.