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Greetings everyone. 07 Frontier XE

So I've been searching and searching for a post with a similar issue as this one, but have not yet found one. If anyone has any thoughts or has had a similar issue, I would greatly appreciate it.

Over the past few weeks my truck has been cutting off after a few minutes of idling and/or driving. It usually will not start back up until I've tried 3-4 times. It turns over but doesn't start. This only happens after the initial start up in the morning. Once it is up and running it seems to be good for the day. Also, it hasn't been extremely cold or anything like that.

What do you guys think? Thanks in advance.
 

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Do the Gen 2 4-cyl engines have a distributor cap? If so, this is what caused this exact scenario in my Gen 1 '00 XE. After a couple few miles down the road it would run as usual. I believe condensation was forming inside the cap...and a simple replacement fixed this issue EVERY time.
 
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