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I doubt that putting an alternator on this car will fix the problem. It sounds more like a parasitic draw causing this issue. You may have to take your car to a specialty electrical shop, where they deal with these things all the time. There are ways to detect a draw that is just big enough to slowly draw power from the battery, and since you drive very ...


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Sounds like the throttle plate is dirty, closing off the needed air for idle, causing the idle to be low, especially when cold when the engine needs more air to maintain proper idle speed. If the idle air control valve is compensating all it can to give more air, eventually it cannot go far enough to keep the engine running when cold. Try removing the ...


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In this case, the sound came from the rear brake pads which had completely worn away down to the metal backing. Once I replaced the rear pads and rotors (which had significant scoring) the sound went away.


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It sounds like the brake switch is on its way out. This is essentially a solenoid switch which is supposed to disengage the lock on your shifter when you press the brake pedal. If your Maxima has enough in common with the models I know, there should be a button labeled 'Transmission Lock' next to the shifter that you can press to manually release the lock. ...


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Would need alot more technical information such as a puting it on maching to read error codes that is your first thing you should do but sounds like a dirty MAF


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Tyre sizes are indicated by different numbers. Take for example 205/50 R 16 87V. The first number 205 is indicating the width of the tyre in mm. 50 denotes the height of the tyre in mm measured from the edge of the rim. R stands for radial, 16 for the diameter of the rim in inches. 87 denotes the load capacity of the tyre (545kg max) and V stands for a ...


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In every jurisdiction that I know of, the answer is yes. It is a legal requirement of the vehicle recall system. If you give a dealer the VIN, they will be able to check if the vehicle ever had the recall work done. If it hadn't, then the whole point of recalls is that the work is free to the owner.



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