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HELP!!! ENGINE LIGHT

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hi 

looking for any suggestions as to whats wrong with my 2009 350z . ive spent 5 grand and Launceston Nissan have had my car for seven months trying to fix it . they have been in contact with Nissan technical but still no results . it comes up with an engine management light and also misses for a split second on take off  , so I take it in and they scan it and just keep replacing whatever part shows up .I get about three hours driving out of it every time before it goes off again . ive replaced the left hand bank oxygen sensor in it , replaced the IPDM fuse box & relay module , a new crank position sensor and had the injectors tested to make sure the spray pattern Is right .  they also pulled the gearbox out and made sure that was right . has anybody else had a similar issue and what was the fix ?  

thanks brad  

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Maybe get a good tuner to look at it. One that has Nissan experiences. I had a very minor miss when the ecu went from closed loop to open loop. My tuner did a great job in fixing it.  SAS in Sydney . Not much good for you, but maybe worth looking at as Nissan had no idea.

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Give Gavin wood Autos a call, he is a wiz on Nissans.

He may be able to shed some light on the problem.(only problem is he's on the Gold Coast)

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