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My 2004 Nissan Altima is running rough and continues when put into gear. I've had plugs, catalytic converter,valve gasket done. Any thoughts

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In my opinion, it may be a problem with alignment or something that is still faulty. The best thing to do is go to your local garage and consult a mechanic. You should be advised on the best course of action to take after your car is examined.

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Have they checked anything electrical? My car was running rough and needed a new ignition module.

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No nothing electrical has been replaced so I'll see what the garage will say tomorrow thanks
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How much was the ignition module
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It was several years ago, so I'm estimating here: module 150.00 + 100.00 labor for a total of 250.00 dollars.
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Also, one time in a click and clack book (click and clack are public radio wiseguys who give car advice), it said something about a car model with 2 catalytic converters. There was the normal one in the exhaust pipe, and then
there was a 2nd one hidden inside the exhaust manifold which the mechanic wasn't aware of, and it was plugged.
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Have Autozone and/or the dealership run computer diagnostics. Typically, dealerships can detect more things, such as a bad fuel injector.

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Try changing your brand of gasoline. I had the same problem and after changing to Shell gasoline regular in my Chevy Malibu I no longer have a problem. I noticed the difference after about 10 tanks or more of Shell. Hope this helps.

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