2000 Nissan Sentra Fuel Injection Idle Air Control Valve 4 Cyl 2.0L Hitachi

  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.

Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC Engine CID Prod. Date Range
2000 Nissan Sentra L 1998 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 Fr:01-01-00
2 In Stock
Best Price:

$241.42 CAD
$289.70 CAD
Brand Hitachi
Part # HIT1727480
Condition New
Warehouse A


  • Production: 01/01/2000-, IACV - AAC Valve
  • The Hitachi version of this part does not include the gasket between the idle valve and the throttle body. Please order gasket #16618-4M501 separately if needed.
  • IACV - AAC valve

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    1. 24 Apr, 2019
      My mechanic gave up after replacing the plugs, wires, and distributor on my old Ford Ranger. 3 minute job, she starts with rock steady revs like straight-outta-dearborn.
    2. 25 Jun, 2018
      Hitachi Idle Air Control Valve installs easily and works as it should.
    3. V. Suhocki
      09 Feb, 2013
      Perfect replacement; however Engine controller was also found to be defective. Apparently when the coils in the IAC are shorted, it burns out the driver in the Engine Controller.
    4. John L Callister
      24 Jan, 2013
      Bought the valve and then had AAA tow my car to their shop for an easy repair. Perhaps I missed it but it would be helpful to note that a gasket is required to go along with the part.
    5. 1 Man Army
      24 Jun, 2011
      Had to replace the IAC valve on my 2001 Maxima 3x times previously. This is the fourth. This appears to be a recurring issue with these cars. In a worse case scenario, when the IACV goes, they take out the car's ECM also. I have used replacement Nissan IAC's purchased from the dealer at considerably higher cost. In the most recent case that particular valve went bad in just over a year after purchase. There clearly was no benefit to the additional cost. Fortunately, the last valve's failure did not take the car's computer out as was the case with the previous two (Utilized a modified Nissan ECM rebuilt specifically to prevent this). Since there is no apparent benefit to the additional cost of the Nissan dealer part, I have elected to utilize the Hitachi, which while not having the Nissan name on the box, is OEM specs. Roughly two months in. So far so good.