2004 nissan sentra 1.8 S rough start and check engine light on

Asked by Dec 09, 2013 at 07:05 AM about the Nissan Sentra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

rough start and have to press pedal to start all the way even when gas take is full and
check engine light comes on but goes off after a few days and then stays off for a few
hours to a whole day then comes right back on..gas cap isnt loose and just replaced
battery and terminals, also when running air conditioner/heater it seems to not have as
much power when speeding up as when the air is off...150k miles and just bought car
3 months ago. service engine light wasnt on at all untill friend was putting in a radio
and pulled fuse out then put back in under hood, it went off for a while but came on
again, i tightened gas cap and it went back off for another 2 weeks, now its on again
but will go off and on..please help i'm clueless

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Drive the car over to your local auto parts store and ask one of the techs to scan your car because your CEL is on. Have them provide you the 4 digit code and post it back here.

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