How do you change the rear brakes on a 2002 Nissan Frontier King cab 2 Wheel Drive?
I've got a 2005 Nissan Frontier NISMO 4x2 and I get about 21 mpg each tank. That's with city driving and about a 30 mile commute to work on the highway. Strictly highway is a little bit higher than that around 23 or so. I don't drive like a maniac or "gun" it very often either... you can really drag the MPG's down depending on how you drive it.
The Murrano has two set of brakes on the rear, it has the internal one witch is your E brakes and then it has the regular caliper brakes. How to change the rear brake rotor? Well after you taken the calipers of you need to make sure you don't have your E-brake one. ( please make sure that if working on a drive way you shock the front tire) this will prevent the car from…
What causes the slip light to come on Nissan frontier it also lunges forward is hard to crank and lugs down going up a hill since this has been happening?
When you have your 1988 Nissan pathfinder in 4 wheel drive on slick roads and your coming to a stop and your wheels lock up and slide should it make a clunking noise in your drive-train?
could be a problem with one of the universal joints, a good way to check is to hold the brakes on and cycle the transmission from park to drive, and from drive to reverse while listening under the car. If you hear the same clunk then change the universal that has play in it, that you can check by rotating the drive shaft back and forth and feeling for looseness.
Drive it till it don't stop! then you know you need new brakes! Usually you change the back brakes every other time you change the front because most vehicles have 80% front brake power and 20% back and depending on how you drive and how fast you stop it all plays a role on what wheels are slowing you down. In other words to your question buy a new car jk take the tire off…