Hi, My Nissan Terrano II developped the power loss. I tried various remedies nothing worked. At last I found some solution which has improved the performance. This is what to do. Remove the Mass Airflow Sensor. It has two tiny elements (like a light bulb). These may be covered with dust (penetrating the air filter) Blow a jet of compressed air and clean the 2 elements. Fit it back and give it a try. I once cleaned it with a soft cotton swab soaked in methylated spirit, and dried under the hair dryer. Please tell me if you ate happy with the results. TaurusHi,
New member looking for some help.
My 1999 Terrano is suffering from power loss under acceleration and struggles up an incline. The MIL is not on.
I have endured MAF sensor failure (80k miles) and fuel pump failure (110k miles), and the power loss is not as bad as either of these faults, but rather just very sluggish. It still manages to reach 80+ mph on the level, but takes forever to get there.
Since the problem started, I have done a complete filter change and cleaned the mesh filter in front of the MAF sensor, but this has made no difference.
Does anybody have any ideas for me to have a look at, as I can't really afford another expensive garage bill!
Cheers for any help.