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post #1 of 4 Old 11-26-2007, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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Nissan CPS failure

for all you 7.3L owners out there, don't feel so bad about your CPS failing. Nissan is having the same problem with some of their vehicles. check out the following link.

Nissan recalling Altima, Sentra vehicles - Yahoo! News

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a buddy of mine had to replace the CPS in his '95 altima (work beater car) and said the part was $400! He found one in a junk yard for less than half that and it now works fine, but I'll take the old 7.3's troubles anyday compared to that.

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thats one of the many bad things about imports. parts will kill you,
especially on the german stuff.

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a buddy of mine had to replace the CPS in his '95 altima (work beater car) and said the part was $400! He found one in a junk yard for less than half that and it now works fine, but I'll take the old 7.3's troubles anyday compared to that.
i have a 7.3 myself. i just bought a spare CPS cuz i think mine is going out. got it at my local Fraud dealer for $35!!!!

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