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98 pathfinder has intermittent spark issue. start and drive for an hour+-, quits, at slow speed -25mph. sits for 30 min, then restarts and drive.replaced ignition coil, no help. waiting on ignition control module, then retry. help!!!!

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Was there only one ignition coil to be replaced or did you replace all of them? How do you know its due to intermittent spark and not a fuel delivery issue? The ignition control module is a good next step if you have changed all of the coils and confirmed it is not a fuel issue.

Posted on Nov 16, 2013

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SOURCE: 1997 nissan altima has no spark at the plugs.

get those sensors connected to the output of the module tested cause its ruining the module

Posted on May 10, 2009

SOURCE: My altima can not start

You may have a bad crank sensor, that will prevent spark if bad, or possibly a bad key security system will shut down ignition system.

Posted on Jul 25, 2012

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