It can be a few different things causing that to happened. It can be a fuel filter, if it happens when climbing hills. It can be a vaccuum leak with your egr valve or pcv valve may be plugged or stuck closed. The EGR can also be not operating because maybe the vaccuum line is off or has a hole in it. These all can cause a vehicle to stall and be hesitant during acceleration. First thing, is to notice when it happens and what it does at that given moment or situation. After knowing when it happens you will be able to take care of your problem a little bit easier to fix it. If you need more please ask again and I will try to help as much as I can thru this problem.AnswerCheck your air mass meter too. filwayusa
I had the same problem with my Nissan altima 1993, i changed my spark plugs and fuel filter and it greatly improved, but then my battery died :(
trying to set up and program 2003 Nissan altima key fob
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Accelerate and pull up as soon as you can, trying to get as high as you can. Accelerate and pull up as soon as you can, trying to get as high as you can.
One way to not accelerate an object is by trying to reduce its speed. In physics, a change in speed or in direction is called acceleration. One way not to accelerate an object is to change its name.
Change the fuel filter
It's probably the fuel pressure regulator.
I would check your tires they could be out of balance. or a tire could be bad .
Because its trying to get to 88 mph so you can stop justin beiber from being born HURRY YOUR ARE LAST HOPE
I'm trying to change the headlamp and I'm having difficulty myself too! Very good question!
maybee your battery is low The battery wouldn't matter there, the starter is having a problem
-- No force is needed to accelerate any mass downward. Just let it go,and watch it accelerate downward at 9.8 meters per second2.-- To accelerate a 1,000-kg mass upward from the Earth's surface, justpush it up with any force greater than 9,807 newtons (2,204.6 pounds),and make sure it's not rubbing on anything and there are no other forceson it trying to hold it down.
Had a Jeep in the shop here with that problem last week and it turned out to be low fuel pressure. Try running a fuel pressure test. The Jeep would idle ok but when you tried to accelerate the engine would stall.
sounds like the cat is blocked in the exaust
Yes. Air is matter. It takes force to get air to accelerate indicating that it has mass, and trying to compress it in a container shows that it takes up space.
Could be as simple as a dirty/plugged fuel filter.
You try pushing on the brakes while trying to put it in drive?
I am trying to change my alternator for a 1994 Nissan altima , and some one told me it's going to be really hard. the question is, is that Truth
trying to save some $ and can't locate the fuel filter or water pump on a 2003 Nissan altima. I have done the work on a Honda civic.
Your transmission needs to be rebuilt or the fluid is gone.
it depends on what car and engine. it could be your fuel filter, or a vacuum leak. your converter might be pluged also. these are some things to check out about the problem.
I believe what your asking is what the ecu is saying is wrong about the ignition signal CEL.I would believe its either your dist pickup or your coil.
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.
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