The most common way is to remove the fuse itself for the ABS, your breaks will still work but the ABS feature will not run constantly and it will in turn operate without a dead battery. As far as a permanent solution I do not know for sure how to fix it, it is a somewhat common problem with the 300zx and power problems.
You have to be more specific what kind of actuator. The Nissan's have many different actuators: door lock, heater box, etc.
Probably, with that age of car, it's a wrecked battery. The only last 4-5 years, on average.
TCS communication line - ECM can not receive the information from "ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)" continuously.Possible Causes:Harness or connectors (The CAN communication line is open orshorted.)ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit).Dead (Weak) battery
The battery fuse is located on the front of the battery on a 96 Nissan Altima. The fuse is the middle one.
Group 35 battery
Any place that sells batteries can tell you the correct size battery for your Nissan.
Chang inf a battery on a Nissan Altima is very easy. You will need to remove the bar that is across the battery and then disconnect the battery cables. After the cables are removed, you will take the old battery out and put the new battery in place.
behind the battery
On the inside of the frame in front of the rear passenger wheel.
Is the battery being charged by the alternator? You should see 13 volts or higher while the engine is running, otherwise you will need to test the alternator. another answer: the alarm system. get it disconnected by a mechanic--mine was constantly draining the battery on my 95 pathfinder.
under the passenger seat