02 Altima intermittent no throttle response.

nickb2

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@kev2, the only thing that is remotely TSB related to the op's problem that I could find is this.

Don't know if it will help, but at least I tried.

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nickb2

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I am happy, bought a 4 meat pizza. Lunch time.

I had some leftover bacon, crushed it up and can't wait to eat all that nice canadian bacon


Believe it or not, these guy's are Canadian.
 

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Fixed- checked identifix at work found 5 hits all related to alternator, tested and found excessive ac ripple. Alternator was one year old, was checking part number and found that I had not fully tightened the B+ when I replaced the cat 2 weeks ago. Thanks for the help.
 
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nickb2

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Wow, that was one heck of an honest response.

So essentially, you are saying a bad connection at B+ brought you to realize excessive ripple. Can I just ask one simple question, why was the B+ loose, you only replaced a cat.

Sometimes, this trade is chuckles and fists.

Wild Bill, happy you routed out the rat.

The ppl that come here always surprise me.

Some are assiduous, some don't care.

Wild Bill obviously is a trooper and he deserves a

 

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To replace the cat which is part of the exhaust manifold you have to remove the alternator. In haste I failed to properly tighten the B+.
 
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