place a latex condom over brake pedal and that should do the trick
The average miles per gallon for the 2001 Nissan Altima depends on the model. The automatic 4 speed has an average of 21 miles per gallon while the manual 5 speed has an average of 23 miles per gallon.
Yes! It just happened to me while in NY. TWICE! I immediately stopped taking it and it stopped.
No, this will not damage or cause wear on the struts in any way.
I have a 2005 Nissan altima and it use to do that until I replaced the crankshaft and camshaft sensors, have not had that problem since. The crankshaft sensor is real easy to replace. The camshaft is a little more difficult but can be done, I would recommend you trying it yourself. The sensors I got from autozone and paid about $35 a piece and safe a lot in labor charges.
while driving yur car reduces speed then pulls off with speed and backfires what can cause that
Perhaps an out of balance wheel. If this is the cause it will be worse at a certain speed.
Oil in the distributor.
Hope this link helps: http://www.trustmymechanic.com/auto-repair/22/1994-nissan-altima-engine-dies-while-driving-but-restarts-ok.html
might need adjustment or replacement i had the same on my altima a while ago, if you get to replace it try to get the original 'cause i had one from and "x" parts shop and kept squeling got the one from the dealer and didn't do it again
your throttle body could be sticking i'd start by cleaning that
Witchcraft never really stopped. It did go underground for a while..
yes and no. while it did cause the worst case of genocide ever known, it showed us the atrocities that man can and will commit unless stopped.
The soc that stopped by to visit Ponyboy while he was recovering at home was Randy Adderson.
Sounds like you're not getting enough fuel into the engine to keep it running. I'd start with the fuel injectors. Get them cleaned. If the problem persists, get the fuel pressure tested on your fuel pump, could be on its way out.
well one of the problems might be the speed-do cable either being old or needs to be tighten.
It might have run out of gas.
Our Vehicles have HORRIBLE Instrument Cluster Assemblies in them. Get it checked.
A drop in speed while going uphill is normal for most vehicles. If the speed is more than 20 mph slower than when first ascending the hill, there could still be a problem with the transmission or an oxygen sensor.
You don't grow for a while.
Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem
SPEED has the speed only; while VELOCITY has the direction and the speed.
a bad torque converter can sometimes make the vehicle die while stopped.[there are ohter less expensive reasons ]
Possibly a broken motor mount. If it runs good otherwise one cause can be a vacuum leak. The check engine light should be on if it is a vacuum leak.
A 2009 Altima ranges from 23 to 32 miles per gallon, while a 2010 Nissan Altima V6 gets between 18 MPG (city) to 27 MPG (highway). The 2010 Altima Hybrid's mileage per gallon goes from 42 to 36. The 4-cylinder 2010 Nissan Altima gets 23 city MPG and 32 highway MPG. The Altima hybrid gets 35 city MPG and 33 highway MPG. The Altima's start at $19,900.