How do you change a starter on a 1991 Nissan Sentra xe?
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If it is anything like my 1991 Nissan Sentra (and it probably is), the solenoid is actually attached to the top of the starter. The starter is located underneath the car, attached just below the engine block but on top the transaxle (where the transmission connects with the axle) it is very difficult to get to, on mine I had to remove the air-intake manifold and a few mounting brackets below the car.
You have a 1993 Nissan Sentra the tailights don't come on but the brake lights come on when pressed?
The starter is located on the back of the engine. Support the car on jack stands and you will be able to see the battery cable that needs to be unhooked first and then unplug the starter kill switch. After that go under the hood on the drivers side of the car and you will able to take loose the two bolts that hold the starter in place.
No it well not work at all. Sentra 1991-1994 Stanza 1990-1993 and also the torque converter well not bolt up at all. Generally that answer is correct, however, it's not an end all answer. For one there is the assumption of an automatic, and 2 it's considering 100% factory bolt in's. Going by that thinking you cannot stick the engine from a 95 or 96 Sentra into an 88 Sentra, or the engine from a…
There is a small door to the left of the steering wheel and down by where it starts to curve in where you put your feet. Its about 4 or 5 inches tall and only a few inches wide, and there is a handle at the top. Pull off that door and all the fuses are in there, with the fuse guide on the inside of the removed door.