I have a 96 Nissan Pickeup XE, so I am only assuming the belt configuration is the same or similar. It's handy to have your owners manual when you replace the belts, because if the Pathfinder is like the XE, there are three belts and each are totally different sizes. You'll need to know which one you need, in order to get the correct one from the store. One runs your Power Steering pump, this one should be closest to the front of the vehicle. The next one is your alternator belt, which may also run your water pump. The third one is your air conditioner compressor belt. The first one comes off by loosening an adjustment bolt that is just below and to the left of the power steering belt. Then you also have to loosen the bolt on the power steering pulley. That should give you enough slack in the belt to get it off. The belt has to come off this pully and off the crank shaft pulley, then you have to finagle it around the blades of the fan to get it totally off. (If your air filter breather runs across the front of your engine space, you may want to remove it to give you more room. All the belts on my truck are directly below the breather adn are hard to reach unless you have really skinny arms.) The next two belts are removed in similar fashion to the first-- loosen the adjustment bolt, then the pulley bolt, then work the old belt over the fan. Obviously the appropriate belts have to go back on in the same manner, and in the proper order. Once the new belts are back on, tighten the pulley bolts first, and then adjustment bolts. Check the tension where your owner's manual indicates and be sure there is just a little "give" to them. You don't want the belts to be too tight. Hope that helps.-But if your pathfinder is different than my pickup, this may not help a bit. Good luck.
The main computer in a 98 Nissan Pathfinder is located behind the glove compartment. This provides a centralized location which is temperature control to prolong its life.
I have a '98 Nissan Pathfinder that has over 371000 miles on it and still running strong.
The wiring color code for an amplifier in a 1998 Nissan Pathfinder is blue or blue and white. This is the amplifier turn on wire.
No , it the pathfinder was a 96 yes. totally different trans. 96-99.5 path finder is same as 98 qx4
under dash 4x4 gold box left side steering wheel.... hard to get out but you can unplug it
An Infiniti I30 96 97 98 99 & Nissan Maxima 96 97 98 99 All have 2 belts (Most Models) Driver Belt (Main Belt) Power Steering Belt
under the hood in the fuse box. my friend helped me replace it the other day on my 98
yes it is just a couple of bolts and the pads slide out easy
While holding the clock button in, press the hour until correct hour is displayed and then press minute until correct minute is displayed.
On fuel rail under intake plenum almost in center of engine if you reach behind plenum you can feel the vacuum hose going to it
You can't, it's a non serviceable unit and you must replace the whole distributor.
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There is one timing belt and three accessory belts.
I have a 98 Nissan sentra, and it doesn't have a timing belt.
how to remove a alternator from a Nissan altima
omo drenarlevel aire al sistema del power steering de Nissan Quest 1998?
Check in the owner's manual. It typically depends on the make and model year, but my 98 Pathfinder recommends every 3,750 miles. If you switch to synthetic or a synthetic blend, you will pay a higher cost up front, but you may only need to change the oil every 7-10,000 miles.
Yes it does.
I can't really say for sure about a '98, but I have a 99, and you just loosen the bolts on the alternator, move it forward, and switch old and new belts. Push the alternator back (with a rod) and retighten the bolts.
The Drive belts are for powering your accessories( power steering pump, alternator, a/c compressor). The VQ30de engine in your car has a timing chain, which is designed for the life of the motor. (a lot of import cars have a cam drive belt, that needs changing or risk engine damage).
How do you replace a water pump on a 98 nissan altima?
try changing fuel filter first. it could also be the catalytic converter. that can get plugged up and cause your vehicle to lose power.
absolute change = 6 - 98 = -92 relative change = (-92)/98 = -0.938776 percentage change = 100*(-92)/98 = 100*(-0.938776) = -93.8776%