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Why would a 95 Nissan Pathfiner lose power on an ascent?

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2004-07-09 10:14:59
2004-07-09 10:14:59

Hey Eustacio===It sould be a number of things. Check the catalic convertor and if it has been a while since the engine has been tuned up a good set of plugs, wires, cap, rotor, air and fuel filters would be good. GoodluckJoe

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