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96 Nissan pu a slight noise in engine sounds like a lifter eng just stopped while driving sparkplugs flooded will not start unplugged engine control wire and fuse blows when replug why?

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2008-01-20 09:31:19
2008-01-20 09:31:19

Not good. Sounds like engine damage or timing chain broke or jumped a tooth??? I am no expert here. Good luck.

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