350z loses all power

Asked by Oct 26, 2015 at 11:45 PM about the 2004 Nissan 350Z Track

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Trc,abs,slip lights all on btw so as soon as I
jump into the car and drive it 20m engin light
comes on and car loses all power and won't
rev over 2k and takes about 3s to rev to 2k
as well sluggish as hell

5 Answers

100,615

Sounds like the computer is going into limp in mode, when a computer detects a major failure in the engine control system it goes into this mode to prevent too much damage to the control systems, it allows you to drive the vehicle to a repair shop at a greatly reduced power. So take it to a shop you trust and find out what the problem is.

Took it to a shop but and checked for codes but nothing came up

What the car is at now you can't even drive it limp mode gives you at least some power but mine their is nothing

100,615

Did they use a "live data" scanner? that is the only way they are going to find the problems.

Yeah still nothing, got a new throttle body, wheel speed sensor and accelerator peddle sensor

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