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Jake, Nissan Technician
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We have a 2008 Nissan navara, did a few thousand miles then

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hi we have a 2008 Nissan navara, did a few thousand miles then started to cut out at low revs or when slowing to change gear, sent it to Nissan they diagnosed the following
1, fuel pressure sensor
2, fuel rail
3, pump
we replaced the following in order
1. fuel filter
2, new rail and pressure sensor
3, crank angle sensor
4, egr valve
it still does it I am reluctant to replace a fuel pump as im under the impression they either work or don't , the pressure is ok from reading. the ecu has been sent of as I feel it has an electrical fault style
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Nissan
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Expert:  Jake replied 2 years ago.
Hey there, sorry for the delay.
More commonly when we see a fuel pressure sensor code or have a pressure issue its related to the SCV on the pump itself and not the sensor or pump directly at fault. The pump suction valve can be replaced desperately and the part is about $350. You can also install it yourself and just have the dealer calibrate it afterwards if want to go aftermarket on the part.