smash it in wi a hammer
how to change a brake light on 2002 Nissan altima
low brake fluid
Remove the brake calipers and lightly tap the rotor with a rubber hammer. They should free up easily.
According to the owners manual for Nissan Altima 2007 it is DOT 3.
Most likely not as those 2 models are total different generations.
brake light and battery light is on
how to change the brakes
The Nissan Altima has an opaque cylinder that holds the brake fluid. Looking on the side of the cylinder, check the high and low marks and make sure that the fluid is between the two.
Any DOT 3 Brake fluid
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Press the pedal in again
The 1998 Nissan center brake light is a sealed unit. The entire brake light unit will need to be replaced. Remove the wiring harness. Remove the brake light retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new brake light unit.
Yes- remove wheel to inspect
The fuse box for a 96 Altima is located under the dashboard by the brake pedal.
Approximately 16 ounces.
Nissan owner's manual recommends dot 3 brake fluid. OEM or any other quality brand works.
how to change the rear tail light bulb on a 2004 Nissan maxima
Check brake light switch - could be defective or not aligned properly
You first need to make sure that you have to foot on the brake. Many cars will not go out of park if your foot is not on the brake.
Call the dealer and find out!
why after changing my front brakes on my Nissan altima,my brakes peddle got really soft YOU FORGOT TO BLEED YOUR BREAK LINES~! GO TO AUTOZONE, OR PEPBOYS OR ADVANCED AUTOPARTS AND GET A BRAKE BLEEDER KIT..THEY ARENT EXPENSIVE AND ALLOW YOU TO BLEED YOUR BRAKE SYSTEM ON YOUR OWN.
Push brake light housing toward glass and pop up out of deck. Pull housing toward you and turn sideways. Twist and remove bulb. Replacing is the opposite.
Check the fluid or posibly the pads are wearing.
The most obvious suggestion to this is that pressing and releasing the brake pedal while the ignition is switched on