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I agree with your post. I've had problems for 4 years with my fuel pump, spent $500 on a new fuel pressure regulator because thats what the dealership told me to do. One year later and had the same exact problem again, turns out that i found out there is a tsb on the fuel pump, and nissan expects the consumer to pay $200 for a fuel pump kit thing. I will never buy nissan again either.Report it
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