marlon aleman: ok i have 2006 nissan altima 2.5 tha idler problem , i change cranchaf
sensor and culan sensor tha problem no more
Manuel Rivera: reprogram the throttle body, u need a scanner (Cj4) to fix it (or go to
sthefan teran: I think you need to reprogram the ecu beuase it control the electronic
throttle body or change the camshaft sensor.
rttlpt42111: That happened to my 2006 nissan altima. I found out it was a crankshaft
position sensor. When it was bad my car would sometimes shutoff, the rpm
gauge would fluctuate, even at idle,sometimes it would bogg out like it was
running out gas. Check that
rttlpt42111: Ever since I changed the crankshaft position sensor my car has been fine.
No more idle issues.
david jasmin: My mazda 6 have the same problem when I change the throttle body and I do
not know what to do
koenigseggccr: google "throttle position relearn" "throttle body closed position relearn"
and "idle relearn" for our cars, and you will find how to do it. its
simple, its free, and you only need a stop watch.
Henry Polanco: mr car has thr
AHTECKPDK900: Bro my car also this problem !!! Now you car is ok ? what is wrong ?
Joel N: this does not have idle air control valve
Arjune Toolsie: It could be a faulty trottle body or maf sensor. First review your repair,
and make sure all wires are connected and cliped in securely. If all seems
well disconnect the the mas air flow sensor the one u replaced, from the
sensor it will make the computer read in default numbers nd if that fixes
the idle then ur maf sensor is bad... Also if that does not work.. Plug it
back in and tap on the mas air flow sensor not to hard but a moderate hit
and if it makes the idle sound different its bad.
Eli Luna: I'm having the same problem with my car I can't find the problem my self
can some body help me I done looked all kinds fo thing up and spent a lot
of money on a lot of parts for my car some one help me please thank u
Adrian Cedillo: So what was wrong my gas the same problem how can I fix
supadem: i have a 05. worst mistake of my LIFE buying it. JUNK CARS!!! headache from
fix1bus: Intake leak common problem
marie maria: Juan why u say to relearn quik? Juan can you read what I posted and help me
Ran9713: Danielle Myers yea I changed the throttle body the Mass air flow sensor and
the idle relearn. If it continues then you have to take it to the
dealership so they can reprogram your system, only cost like 62 bucks.
BaSsFaNaTiC k: would you know wheres its located at ?
Enthusiast Auto Care: If you are experiencing this problem, try adding a 25% fuel trim and then
perform idle air volume learn procedure while fuel trim is active. That is
how I fixed this problem for my customer.
Julio Chavez: This happened to my Altima SE-R. I fixed it by doing the idle relearn, but
not the regular idle relearn. It was another sequence.
carpro2013: yo ran i'm having same problem just that mine came when i clean the
throttle body ...i stuck the modis snap on scanner but still didnt get it
fixed u think i have to take it to nissan dealer?
Henry Polanco: my car has the same problem. nissan altima 2006 2.5. How can i fix.....
Adrian Cedillo: My car has the same problem
Ran9713: most likely idle relearn. hook up the OBD scanner tool that you can borrow
from Autozone or any other car part store for free, and note all the codes.
Take it to the dealer and get an advice from them. I ended changing the
Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF) and the throttle body. You might have a bad cam
sensor since these cars are prominent for that. Like I said, just hook up
the scanner and get an expert advice from a real mechanic. They'll help you
jose juan Cruz: relearn must be done quick, so memorize it and try again
TheHandsumdevil: Yes. U should reprogram the car. I cleaned my throttle body and had this
problem I went to the nissan dealer and resolve this problem I paid $35. So
, anything u may do on the car should be reprogrammed again. Some people
say u can take out the negative wire out of the battary and u would not
face this problem but I doubt it.
Walter Thomas: Nissans are having a lot of issues. My Altima is weird. I love it but it is
weird. It makes crazy engine noise
lowridingtrucks88: I had the Exact same problem ,Exactly the same. My mechanic relearned it
several times and it would come back after a day or two. ....Dealership had
to relearn it themselves. Problem fixed !
omar pinckney: EGR valve
ConceptVBS: It could be a dirty or faulty Idle Air Control (IAC) Valve. This part
regulates how much air the engine will take in.
Ran9713: BaSsFaNaTiC k the throttle body is a silver and black component after the
Ran9713: David Harris well I found out that my car had a bad throttle body and bad
mass air sensor (MAS) and so I changed that and it still idled. I later
found out that you had to do an idle relearn and you can google how to do
it but I went to nissan and they fixed for 62 bucks. Now I also learned
that these cars have a deficiency in the crank shaft sensor. What I advise
you to do is stick the computer in the car from autozone and see what's
Kelvin Turcios: Just take it to the nissan dealer bro. I had the same problem but they
fixed it for $127
David Harris: I'm own a 05 Nissian Atlima 2.5 S and I change my throttle body sensor and
my car still idle up and down. Please tell what it could be?
Danielle Myers: anyone have an update on this vid yet? i have the same issue.
Ran9713: Problem is fixed. I took it to the dealer and they wanted me to pay BIG
BUCKS to fix it but it comes to find out that it was my throttle body and
after I changed it myself, your suppose to take it to the dealer or a
certified mechanic to reestablish some code or something like that for like
62 dollars. I also heard that these cars do have a problem with the crank
shaft sensor but it wasn't that because it was recently replaced. So now I
know that Nissan Altimas 2006 and all related models have
hashmea2006: I have the same problem with me altima 2006 model 2.5 after I change the
spark Plug, engint mount and gasgetkit only. I send it to normal micanic
and he tested dianostic computer but noting apear then I decided to send to
my Nissan dealer and they said there need to replace the Crank and Cam
shaft sensor and clean the thorttle Body as well. it will be ready by
tommorw and i will udate you for results once the car relased
Arjune Toolsie: Also... If it is the trottle idk why it would be acting up like that? Make
sure you installed the correct parts and the right sensor. If it doesnt fix
it, just redo the procedure again.. And check the vacuum hose for any
little hole in it take it off of the trottle body and air box, and shine a
light through it to see if there is any holes that can cause a problem like
Henry Polanco: Ran 9713. hou you fix you car i have the same problem? Dealers?
Jeneratesomefun: OMG, I LITERALLY am just going through this. I've replaced the CAM sensor
as well as another sensor a few months ago (forget the name off the top of
my head) - both were contributing to the crazy idling. It subsided, but is
now back. Now they say the idol air control valve is sticking. So we're
replacing that - $190 bucks for the part. How many miles do you have on
your car? We're at about 90k. Interested to hear what happens! KIT!
ConceptVBS: check for a dirty or faulty Idle Air control valve
mario gutierrez: ay bro the same thing recently happen to me the machanic told me my the
sensor went bad and to buy a new one
marie maria: Guys help me out PLEASE I have a 2005 Altima 3.5. When Im driving for a
while the car goes idle and the speed meter act crazy until it start
running again but when it starts slowing down my break, abs, battery and
engine lights on and off..they replaced the speed sensor and got the
throttle cleaned, it kept doing the same so i took it to the nissan dealer
and those bastard charged me $140. for a diagnosis and they told me that it
was my battery and starter,both i replaced it no more than 3 years
trog9484: It needs a relearn which the dealership has to do with there computer. I
had the same issue with mine and the relearn it was all good.
BlueonGoldZ: Hey Ran,not sure if this will help but apparently there might be an issue
with the crank position sensor. Apparently it is easy to fix if done by a
mechanic. A neighbor also had an issue with their car and it was one of
their coil packs. I think the first issue might be closer related to what
you're seeing but I'm not sure. Another thing you can do is check your
codes with a reader.
gsxellence: Where you able to get get i fix. because on the my specV it was the MAF.
that went bad. Only allowing me to do 2500 rpms and not go over 60
BaSsFaNaTiC k: hey im have the same problem and i disconnected the tb clip and it went
back to normal but i couldn't step on the gas then turned it off when i
restarted it went back to 1000 to 2000 rpm back and forth .
migi1985: Clean throttlebody, test Mass airflow sensor, perform the idle relearn
process. If that does not bring some change then its the throttlebody or a
sensor. But most definitely its the throttlebody.