Question about 1995 Nissan Maxima
After i change the a spark plug i went turn on the car and it work good but when i took it for a test drive for like a 1 mile it just went off and i try to started up again it wont come on fuel pump still work and i check the fel filter line its still pushing out gas i cant figure out whats going now with my car after i change out old spark plug and put in new one
Posted by Anonymous on
-Not the spark plug that you just replaced.
-It could be bad crank, Cam., broken timing belt, bad ignition module or blown fuses.
-Check it out.
Posted on Dec 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First from the fuel tank in side the fuel tank there is filter remove the screws on the top where the fuel gauge fitted when you remove gauge you can see fillter that is one sometimes blocked.
Next if you check fuel filter it is ok, but nissan sunny has fuel filter inside the caburator where fitted fuel pipe from the fillter clean that filler.
ather thiing is check your connections any leak or loose.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
SOURCE: Nissan Maxima 1996 wont start
There was a common issue on these vehicles involving the ground from the transmission. The negative battery cable bolts to the transmission. Over time the mating surface of the trans to the engine will corrode causing a voltage drop between the engine and trans. This throws off the 180 signal from the crank sensor and the car will do exaclty what you are describing. The absolute best fix for this is to remove the trans, clean the mating surface on the engine block and the trans, chase the trans mounting bolt threads in the engine block and bolts, apply some dielectric grease to the mounting surfaces and reinstall transmission. I know this is a big job, but many have tried to short cut it with no better results.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: 1997 nissan sentra keeps dying
Check distributor and fuel, when car dies check for what is missing when it won't start back up. It can be only gas or spark and trust me one is missing. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Check your catalytic converter. If you are over 80k miles, these devices will wear in stages. The first stage of wear is slower gear change at cruising speeds when approaching any type of incline. Second stage is the engine light will reveal a faulty oxygen sensor. Because the converter is basically a "filter" built into the exhaust system, it wears by slowly clogging, which leads to no starts, no power, and sometimes a blown head gasket. If your mechanic removed the oxygen sensor before the converter, theres a strong chance it would start right up.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
replace the distributor oil is leaking into the electronics of the distributor and shorting out pull cap back off and look and see if oil is leaking out
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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