The Nissan gurus put the knock sensor on the car for a reason. Unfortunately it uses the engine block for the ground and only one wire of the two in the harness is live. The knock sensor is not the easiest piece of equipment to get to so many people either live with the knock sensor being bad or bypass it. Once you get to the sensor, you can clean the engine block and the bottom of the sensor and reinstall. That cures the problem in many cases. The most effective safe way to fix the knock sensor is to replace it. If you want to take your chances you can research knock sensor bypass in your favorite search engine. There are a lot of articles with step by step directions so I doubt the procedure needs to be repeated here.
You should not bypass the relay. Repair the problem.
If your security sensor in your 2001 Nissan Sentra 2.0 is jarred or jammed you should have it replaced.
Its In The Boot Of The Car And Should Be On The Side
it should be in the distrubator
YES it does. It should be close to intake.
you probably have a leaking heater core....you can replace it or bypass it
It is definitely not a good idea to bypass the sensor. If you have the 22re engine, then replacing the sensor or the wiring is trivial. Not so on the 3vze. The sensor is located under the upper and lower intake. So, for a quick bypass you can buy a new sensor and attach it to one of the engine mounts (there should be one on the drivers side, a couple of inches from the wiring harness). You can either drill through the mount, or bolt the sensor inside the loop of the hook. Note, this is a very temporary "fix". In this location, the sensor will not be able to perform its job. Be warned!
Once all the tires are inflated to the specified pressure the sensor light should go out after a few miles.
You should never by pass any safety sensors on your lawn mower. BUT :for testing your brake sensor you can try taking the wires off the switch that is hooked ether at the back of the peddle or on the linkage and join them together .That should bypass it until you get a new switch.
did the heater core start leaking? anyway you should have no problem with the air if you bypass the heater core.
Go to doityourself.com and select auto repairs. Do a search on NISSAN ALTIMA 3.5 CAM SENSOR. They will show you a diagram. Each sensor is abour $70 at AutoZone. They should also have a diagram on their computer.
Nope. If you do you should email the company about it
around $1000 us
The connector should be by floor next to buckle
no, it would be a problem if you had the supercharged engine in which case you should change it right away. if you have a non supercharged engine do not worry about as it will not affect you. unless you need to pass an emission test.
Yes, those are the same engines, should be no problem
If you have an oxygen sensor problem then there should be a check engine light "on." Have a repair shop scan and diagnosis the problem. You may not truly have a problem with the oxygen sensor as it could be a vacuum leak that makes the o2 sensor set a code.
A good auto electrician should be able to sort that for you.
Code P1441 means Vacuum cut bypass valve or circuit fault replace the bypass and it should go away
That is the 64 dollar question, isn't it? Truth is that until you actually replace the sensor no one has any way of knowing if something else is contributing to the problem. Replacing the sensor is a good first step.
no the 85 it is on the fuel pressure reg it should be the same
A bad throttle sensor can cause engine jerking and rough running. A test of the computer codes should show if there seems to be a problem with the sensor.
Replace position a sensor and your problem should be takin care of.
You should seek professional help or consult your vehicle's instruction manual before attempting to fix the power window on your Nissan Maxima. Your problem may be due to a power switch problem.
I'm not a mechanic, but I do believe if you bypass the resister you will only have high speed on the fan. To that end, if the resister is your problem you should already have only high speed on the fan.