Hey Ray==First take off the belt then the lines then the mounting bolts. Not much of a job but some bolts are hard to get to. GoodluckJoe
I think I can add to GoodluckJoe's answer: I just did this job on a 1994 Nissan Sentra 1.6L engine, so I know some of the problems and pitfalls. First, remove the high pressure line from the pump. It's a "Banjo fitting" a large 15/16 wrench works. You only need to remove the one side of that line. Pull that line up and out of the way. Next completely remove the supply line. Next remove the Reservoir. Now you have better access to the belt tension adjustment bolts so remove that assembly. The pump can now rotate inboard to loosen the belt. To actuall remove the pump from the engine you need to work from underneath the car. Make sure the car is jacked up with the front wheels about 6 inches off the ground.. There is a bolt that holds the pump to the heavy pump mount bracket. That bolt cannot be removed without dropping the engine down. (But don't do that.) All you need to do is remove the pump bracket from the engine. It's 2 bolts and one nut. The top nut is behind the pump, so with the belt off you can rotate the pump outboard to access that nut. Now with the pump and bracket loose from the engine you can remove the long bolt that holds the pump to the bracket. (These two heavy blobs of metal can now be removed from the engine compartment from the bottom.) The pump pulley and belt mounting bracket still needs to be removed from the pump. You will need a puller tool available to rent from "Autozone" to pull off the pulley. Note: to reinstall the pulley first heat it up as hot as you can get it (about 400 degrees F) without the paint burning. This makes the hole in the pulley a bit larger so it can be pressed back on the pump shaft. I used a propane space heater for this. That's about it. Good luck, and remember "if it was easy girls would do it"....
No it has electric power steering.
You don't. Electronic feed pump. If steering gets bad, go to dealer and have pump checked.
how to remove a power steering pulley on a 1997 Nissan altima
Use a flared end wrench
If the Nissan Sentra is leaking power steering fluid, the power steering pump will need to be replaced. This part can be purchased at a salvage yard in most cases. A new power steering pump will cost between $90 and $130 just for the part. A salvage yard will probably charge $50 to $80 for a used one.
Use Dexron II transmission fluid.
Should be a pump with a reservoir and a couple lines coming off of it to your steering rack with a cap on top. Remove it and if there is a dipstick on back of it you found it.
It is a black reservoir to the left of the engine. A small dipstick is attached to the back of the cap to measure the power steering fluid level.
It would depend on your level of competence.
Power steering is under the hood on the passenger side in the corner closest to the windshield It is a black cylinder with turn off top. Remove the top and read the indicator stick. Use power steering fluid to add until reads full on the indicator stick.
Begin by removing the power steering pump belt. Remove the power steering pump hoses. Remove the power steering pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new power steering pump.
BeltsYes, you must remove all of the belts to replace the alternator belt. The compressor belt first, then the power steering belt then the alternator belt.
I own a 1994 Nissan Sentra, it has 1 belt, a serpintene type that turns all applicable ingine componants including the power steering. There is a spring loaded pully with a smooth face, there is a bolt in the center of the pully. Turn the bolt clockwise to aloow the belt to be taken off and replaced.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.Drain power steering fluid.Loosen adjustment screw and power steering pump through bolt, then remove belt.Remove power steering pump union bolts and hose.
Remove the power steering pump hose. Remove the power steering pump belt. Remove the power steering pump retaining bolts. The power steering pump will come off.
The 2.5L in a 2003 Nissan Sentra has 4 coils, one for each cylinder, and the power is 'sent' by the ECU from the Power Distribution box.
Loosen the tensioner pulley. Remove the power steering belt. Remove the power steering hose. Remove the power steering retaining bolts. The power steering pump will come off.
You have to take off the valve cover oil pan lift up the engine remove tran and engine mount water pump alt power steering and other then that its simple
The 2011 Nissan Sentra is 5 ft. 10.5 in. (70.5 in.)1 one-touch power windows wide.
The 2010 Nissan Sentra is 5 ft. 10.5 in. (70.5 in.)1 one-touch power windows wide.
The 2006 Nissan Sentra is 5 ft. 7.3 in. (67.3 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2013 Nissan Sentra is 5 ft. 9.3 in. (69.3 in.)1 one-touch power windows wide.
The 2007 Nissan Sentra is 5 ft. 10.5 in. (70.5 in.)1 one-touch power windows wide.
The 2002 Nissan Sentra is 5 ft. 7.3 in. (67.3 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.