Remove the plastic cover from inside the wheel well to expose the antenna. Remove mounting bolt. To replace antenna purchase an antenna with an adapter. Cut old antenna wire at base and connect new antenna using the adapter.
Left of the steering wheel on the dash, behind the access panel for the fuses.
attached to the engine
It is most likely a 1.6l, may be 2.0l '93 Sentra came with one engine,,,1.6 ltr
behind the stick shift
I am replacing my radiator support in my 93 Nissan sentra SE-R this is the best i have found to do the job. i am using mig welder also to replace the welds. go to this link ---> http://www.goodwrench.com/gmgoodwrenchjsp/gmspo/Cadillac/Eldorado/1992-1999/02_Radiator_Support_Assembly.pdf
Our 2003 Nissan Sentra themostat lasted 82,000 miles, getting it back today...big$$$ HRMOKeefe@aol.com If you follow the top radiator hose back to the top of the engine, that is the thermostat housing.
Some older Hundahi and Nissan Sentra 13" will bolt up
Blown parklights/ dashlights fuse. headlight operate off a different circuit
I believe there are four screws. Two under the two air vents in the dash and two up in the cubby hold under the cig lighter and ashtray
See the following: Chilton's Auto Manual - Mechanically inclined. Hayne's Auto Maunal - for slower people. See Also: Local Mechanic...
In the center dash console, beneath the middle A/C Vents, besides the Rear Window Defogger and above the A/C Control Panel.
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On my 93 the thermostat is behind the water pump. If you remove the waterpump you will see the thermostat.
you will need to remove all the belts from the motor, also remove the passenger side inner-fender wells.. pull the pully off and if i remember correctly, u may have to loosen the bolts for power steering pump, A/C compressor and strap the hoses back carefully... then remove the bolts and it should come out.. i also have a 93 sentra, i pulled the water pump about 4 months ago, so i may have not of remembered everything, but that should allow u to remove the old pump...
it is under the engin...it should be connected to a cylinder chaped part it is about a foot long and 4 inches wide it should be heavy....take that off and you should see the starter on it bolt that off and if you touch the wiers to the batterie it will show you if it works or not
Access through right side of trunk - remove panel and replace as complete unit
On My 93 pickup it , you have to remove the battey and its is just inside the fender. Rick
Go to www.antennamastsrus.com They have a replacement mast for the power antenna for $14.95 + shipping.
Defective Water pumpI recently replaced my water pump on my 93 sentra.It's kind of easy if you know something about cars..take off right wheel,remove top pulley by removing the bolts the water pump is behind it.Then remove the bolts of the water pump itself.. Transporter..I'm not a member but i do a lot of work on my own cars,both are Nissan sentra's.
no different door the 93 will fit small on the 95
This procedure is done exactly the same as you would change a monaural antenna.
if it is an automatic leave it in overdrive. the transmission knows when to change into the overdrive gear. if it is a manual listen to the motor. if you have in overdrive and it bogs down while accelerating then down shift to a lower gear.
yo need the torque for the tires. its 75
You have to remove the dash completetly in order to access the heater core...i did it on mine and it's a big job... took about 14 hours