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Old 09-25-2007, 10:37 AM
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My 2001 Nissan Sentra SE is currently in the shop. It has 140k miles on it. I just had a new transmission installed in it. When they finally finished my car I picked it up and drove it home. On my way home i went to stop at a stop sign and the car just shut off. When I started it back up, it wouldnt. This happened repeatedly until I gave the car some gas and then it stayed on. Now Nissan is saying that the air flow switch is bad. I dont understand how it broke when my car sat at the dealer for 2 weeks undriven. Now they want to charge me another $500.00 to fix this. Do you think that maybe the mechanic screwed something up and there just covering there own butts? Help me Im not made out of money.

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Josh
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Old 09-25-2007, 03:35 PM
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The y may have disconnected the air flow meter, and either they didn't connected correctly or moisture got in the connector. You should first clean the connector an make sure it is firmly connected.
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