Nissan Atleon stalls

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  1. Ivan

    Ivan New Member

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    I understand, that this question may be a little bit silly to ask, but 2 weeks ago my Nissan Atleon started to stall. For no apparent reason. Now I don’t have enough money to contact auto repair. My friend from car service says, that without showing him my Truck he can’t help me. Maybe anyone encountered a similar problem. Maybe anyone have a similar truck like I have and can help me. Here is my truck. Please help.

    With respect.

    Ivan.
     
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    Is the check engine light on?
     
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    Thank you for reply, yes, the check engine light is on
     
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    Have that check light checked out could be the reason for the issue.
     
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    If the check engine light is on, the vehicle is literally telling you whats wrong. Also, it would help if you would state the engine, mileage an any pertinent ,maintenance history information so we dont have to guess. Get the code read from the check engine light and go from there.
     

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