Hi, I have 1995 Nissan Altima that has been in relatively good condition. I live in Richmond, VA. Today it just stalled. There was plenty of gas. When you turn the key it still turns over but won't start. I took it to a mechanic and he said that when it does that it is typically either the distributor or the fuel pump that has gone bad and the parts in labor for one or the other will probably in the range of say $400. Does every thing about what he said and the estimate sound right to you? Thanks.
Country: United StatesMake: Nissan/DatsunModel: AltimaYear: 1995
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BigBob, I don't see any answer to the Nissan Altima stall question?
Did the mechanic check for fuel pressure or to see if spark was missing? The distributor is very common and the pricing is correct. The distributor can be checked though to confirm it is bad.Bob
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