579 views and not a so saying shit, proves these cars are bad, wow.
These cars aren't bad, but they are aged and things happen to them. It only proves that no one knows the solution or has experienced this problem.579 views and not a so saying shit, proves these cars are bad, wow.
Definitely gonna look into this for the summer, thank you 🙏A lot of those views are probably bots too.
I had a similar stuttering issue.
I could be driving and then out of nowhere, it would buck and lose all power.
Eventually it would just shut off the engine and would not restart.
Think rolling anti-lag and then it just dies.
What I did was get a Z32 fuel filter, oem spec fuel pump, knock sensor, and MAF.
Everything was good after that, but it still has trouble starting ( from sitting overnight) so I'm thinking ignition switch.
What I recommend for you is to get a consult port adapter.
This way you can see what the hell all the sensors are doing and pinpoint it better.
Hold on, let me go find it.
You can do this a few ways. If you are really strapped for cash, then there is a way to read the codes from the actual ecu using the blinking light method.
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You can download the factory service manual which is free and see what you need to do.
Download the factory service manual, from here
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To be better at keeping the car running well, I suggest this route.
Get yourself a consult cable. They are really freaking cheap. These are your link to what the car is doing. It's kind of like an obd2 port but since the car is older than 1996, it's a Nissan specific connector known as the consult port. It should be located right near your fusebox in the driver or passenger side footwell.
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Doesnt have to be that one. But you want it for a Nissan.
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Ebay has these for really cheap. I'm talking like $20.
Then you need a laptop or a tablet that can run some software. I've used ECUtalk with some success in the past. It's free and it lets you read codes and see the sensor readings.
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So once you get your cable, software, and laptop all set up, you can just plug in and see if any codes pop up. Check these codes against what the FSM has.
You can also see the voltages for each sensor. You can sit in your driveway and just look at what the car is doing. You can make them all look like dial gauges so if something is pegged at one value or is erratic, you can see it visually.
You can also let someone else drive it around while you monitor and see what's happening.
Hope you get it figured out. Don't be like me and throw a crap load of parts at it.