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Nissan Pathfinder
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You have a 1987 Nissan Pathfiner v301 manual w 4 wheel drive the car will start to cut out 3000 rpm until you shift changed throttle bodies could it be the ecm or ox sensor?

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2005-10-23 17:23:01
2005-10-23 17:23:01

Could be a lack of fuel pressure. Have you replaced fuel filter? Check fuel pump/fuel pump relief valve?

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