2005 nissan altima problem

here is the problem I have with my 2005 nissan altima

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2006 Nissan Altima idle problem
Updated* so my Altima was idling BADLY and what I found out was that my throttle body had gone bad (lol it was my fault because I was curious and messed around with it). I originally thought is was my Mass Air Flow sensor (MAS) and I changed that, I also changed the throttle body and it was acting up. I found out that you had to do an idle relearn. Now you can web search this method to find out how to stop it from idling but I took it to the dealer because I was doing it wrong. Another thing I found out about these Altima models was that their cam shaft sensor go bad, but it was not the case for this Altima. my best suggestion is to hook up the computer from auto zone or any of those places and see what it says, note the codes and take it to a trustworthy and knowledgable mechanic or the dealer and let them tell what's specifically is wrong. If your hoses and all your valves are good, then it must be the throttle body, MAS, cam shaft sensor, or simply an idle relearn that cost around 62 bucks. I hope this helps for y'all.

NISSAN ALTIMA - Idle Relearn Procedure - This How To - Works Easy 2005
Nissan Altima Idle Relearn Procedure step by step write up: 2005 nissan altima 2.5 idle relearn procedure: 1. Insert key into ignition. Turn key to "On" position 2. Turn key to "off" position. Wait 12 seconds. 3. Turn key to "on" position. Wait 4 seconds. 4. Depress accelerator pedal fully 5 times within 5 seconds. 5. Wait exactly 7 seconds then Hold accelerator pedal. 6. After blinking SES light goes solid, (20 seconds) release accelerator and start vehicle within 3 seconds. *Engine must be at operating temperatures. *Nissan suggests pedal and throttle plate relearn procedure be done first. *Exact timing is critical. *Relearn procedure was successful with DTC's and without DTC's. *Transaxle should be at operating temp. Note: Spark plug tube seals are generally non-replaceable and valve cover was replaced as a unit from dealer. *This particular car had an "hard start" condition, suffering from oil saturated #1 spark plug. *Throttle Body was severely dirty and had to be removed from vehicle for service. *MAF cleaned and Air Filter replaced. Oil Change. Thanks to TeknoAxe for his awesome royalty free music!!! PEACE Automotive, scanner, otc, snap-on, snapon, cornwell, camshaft and crankshaft position sensors, mass air flow meter, drive by wire, stereo removal installation

Attempt to Start Nissan Altima 2.5 S w/ Blown Engine After Sitting 8 Months
2003 Nissan Altima 2.5 S with only 100k and the engine blew, this car was brought to us on a rollback and has not been started since we got it. let's see if she'll start after sitting 8 months.

Nissan Altima 2005 Compression Test
Here is a quick video on how to do a compression test on a Nissan Altima 2005 2.5 Visit www.nissanforums.com