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Nissan Sunny B15 Acceleration problem

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Thanks Barry. 

I'll have it checked.

Is there any possibility of that happening due to issues in CNG kit considering it happened for both CNG and Octane. 

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1 hour ago, Aumio said:

Thanks Barry. 

I'll have it checked.

Is there any possibility of that happening due to issues in CNG kit considering it happened for both CNG and Octane. 

There is no way of telling for sure unless you have the car scanned for trouble codes. I have a lot of experience with alternative fuel control modules, but that means nothing if I don't have one or more trouble codes to confirm, or eliminate the possibility of a fuel control problem being the root cause. HAVE THE CAR SCANNED- PLEASE. 

ETA- Sorry about yelling, but have the car scanned- please. Otherwise we can't help you. 

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Thanks, Treks.

No problem man.

I'll surely have them check.

But the thing is where we live it's hard to get a real expert on Nissan cars.

We have Toyotas all over. :)

Also, the issue is intermittent. So, It's hard for me to explain and them to figure out when it's on good condition.

I thought I'd get some advice as much as possible to assume and do the rest based on them which I got.

Thank you and everyone else for your help.

 

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dear get it scanned if no codes turn up then it would be wise to get the real time data of the sensors and actuators described earlier you will surely stumble upon the fault which can be sorted...nissans are not much from toyotas i am sure the one who fixes the toyotas will be able to fix your nissan too

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On 4/18/2017 at 11:55 AM, Rahimdad said:

@Aumio as per my experience I had similar issue of my LR Discovery loosing power when operating at optimum operating temperature. However switch it off for 30 minutes and start it up with cooler engine and it used to be fine. This problem also occurred when my petrol tank was half or less than half. The solution as it turned out was simple, the fuel pump for my Disco had gone bad. Try checking the fuel pump, that might solve your problem.

Thanks Man.

I'll do.

I am also having a feeling it's due to the Throttle Position Sensor.

I should have it checked as well.

What do you think?

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