shuts off while driving

Asked by Oct 07, 2007 at 06:00 PM about the 2004 Nissan Altima 2.5 SL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Shuts off whole driving and idle

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what year is it?

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Could be a lot of issues. Could be a fuel delivery issue, a sensor or coil malfunctioning, or the PCM itself. Have this diagnosed by a dealership as there are far too many possibilities on a modern car to answer a question like this without going over the vehicle thoroughly first.

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shuts off while driving you say,,,,its not fuel delivery nor PCM.....I believe it oxygen sensor,,,it gradually deteriorates ,,so replace it.....if it is fuel or PCM problem your not going anywhere even during start up is a problem......O2 sensor is around 67CD....should replace it ....every 60,000km.

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I have 2013 Nissan Altima that shuts off while driving…I have taken it to Nissan to repair seven times and they can’t repair it...

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shutting off while driving will not be an o2 sensor as the o2 and air fuel ratio sensors are for emissions and do not affect the running of the car to the point that it'll shut off. most common reason for this is the camshaft and crankshaft sensors but could also be a fuel issue, ecm ( no pcm in this car), or even something as simple as spark plugs. is there any codes?

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When the hook the car up to the scanner they say no.codes come up.

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U h Bunch y CD v fts sacz,z Zsazsa z xx,,txtx,ttt

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Gthy J,Hecht

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1996 or 2003

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Thanks for the help

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The air conditioner works every now and the for example I drive 60 miles to work 1way it may work two or three time (cooling) but the rest of the time it doesn't blow cool air

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This is an 2005 Altima with the 2.5 4 cylinder

2011 Nissan altima was driving in just cutoff

I have a 2002 Nissan Altima it'll just stall out while you're driving and took it to Nissan they ran a scan said that it needs new spark plugs that that would cause it

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