Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello andwelciome to just answe, my name is ***** ***** to help. I read your notes and the first thing I would do is a compression check to make sure all cylinders are mechanically ok.
Just start with the basics , that could be a vacuum leak possible intake. you can try spraying carb cleaner or throttle body ckeaner around the intake and watch if the tach jumps around.
I assume if it is nitrous you probably have a performance ECU and can't get a trouble code?
that code is just a generic misfire code you may have to put a scanner on it to show cylinder balance and also read live data especially for that oxy sensor as it may be faulty and trying to adjust the fuel trim wrongly. Code readers are good to a point but can be tricked and don't give you all the perimeters to see what is happening to all the inputs where a scanner will. Is there anything else I can do for you or questions I can answer? Not only am I a master tech but have built my own drag cars as well.
yes me too and yes let me know so I can further assist you.
se if it was on a scanner the live data would have pick that out , tools make the difference and experience reading them as well. Good for you and good luck. If you need help ot advice in the future remember us.