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Carburetor problem? when I start my truck up whether hot or cold sometimes the engine will rev up high and the warmer the truck gets the higher it will idle almost wide open. also sometimes when I crank it up it wont idle at all and this really confusing and don't make any sense. any ideas??

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    zachery whitley Feb 18, 2014

    i forgot to mention that the nissan has the 4cyl. z24 motor

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Check the setting for the auto choke and adjust the linkage with it.. Adjusting screw on the throttle butterfly that runs on the fast idle cam of the auto choke.

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I have a 2001 Nissan Altima and mine did the same thing. We replaced the intake gasket. It costs around $5.50, but it requires several different kinds of tools. We spent over $100 in special sockets, etc. But once you replace that gasket, it will idle better.

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SOURCE: I have a 2002 nissan sentra SE-R. when the engine

Got the same make/model/year, but haven't had that problem. Does your temperature gauge run at half or above when this happens? If so, start with a cheap fix - new thermostat.

Another thing to consider is that some of the QR25DE engines equipped in the 02 Sentra SERs has an active recall on the crank position sensor. This fault would cause the check engine light to come on and the car would stall unexpectedly. It should start back up but the frequency of this will only increase without repair.

Also, no need to change plug wires, you have coil pack ignition - there is no distributor. If a coil pack is bad, you will have constant misfire and SES light.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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