We return again to Bob from Massachusetts, who shared a new case study regarding a 2008 Nissan Altima that was showing a trouble code for high idle. This is a very detailed diagnostic story that, as they often do, leads down some blind alleys and into the proverbial rabbit hole. Although there are some weird twists and turns in the chase, Bob managed to resolve the issue and deployed some very useful steps along the way. If you’ve ever run into this type of driveability issue, his diagnostic path may be useful for you the next time. Check out the full story.
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