I have had to do this twice, and the easiest way is to go from underneath. Start by removing the Air conditioning unit. Don't unscrew the Top hose on the A/C compressor unit unless you drained the fluid out (I did this and had quite a show). You can usually push the A/C Unit to the side after you remove the four long bolts and work on the Alternator, that way it is much much easier. The mounting bolt is the trickiest part, especially the flat one that goes on the top. (Once I sat out in the yard pushing the alternator upward thinking it needed to mount on the upper portion of the engine, then I noticed the grooves in the mounting bolt hard a sharp edge etched into it.) That's when I discovered a kind of indented part of the engine block next to the alternator (it had the sharp edge (a sharp corner) ). After that it was a lot easier to figure out that annoying Bracket or whatever you want to call it.
The Last mounting bolt for the alternator is behind the AC Unit you have to move it out of the way, or you will never be able to remove the alternator.
After all the bolts have been removed, it is easier to remove the alternator from the top. Someone needs to push the AC Unit up and towards the engine.
Get the car up on jack stands supported on the control arm pivots.
Remove the front air intake.
Remove the cooling fan.
Remove the horn.
Remove the splash guard in the right side wheel well.
Remove the right side front splash guard.
Take off the serpentine belt. Remove the tensioner pulley.
Dismount the A/C compressor but do not open the hose connections on it.
Hang the A/C compressor by a Coat hangar wire so it's away from the alternator.
Take out the two bolts on the top of the alternator top bracket.
Remove the alternator pivot bolt.
Take the alternator out from the top.
Put in the new alternator and get it all back in place and TIGHT.
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Look at 'where is the starter in a 1998 Nissan Maxima';
take it to a brake specialist
The cost to replace a front strut rod bushing on a 1998 Nissan Maxima is between $50 and $150, for a person who does it on their own. The cost varies based on the part brand or kit bought.
'Where is ignition coil 2 in a 1998 Nissan maxima'?
Yes, a 1998 Nissan Maxima QX grill from a United States manufacturer will fit on a Nissan Maxima from Belgium if the two vehicles are the same year and make. The standards in the two vehicles are the same.
need fuse location for rear lights for a 1998 Maxima
1998 Nissan/Datsun Maxima 3.0L SFI DOHC 6cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)
read the answer for where it the starter for a 96 maxima 95-99 maxima are AL THE SAME!!
I am having my starter replaced today on a 1999 Nissan Maxima for a total of $610 including parts and labor.
how to replace a 1998 Mazda millenia alternator
In front of the battery
A 1998 Nissan Maxima holds 5 quarts of oil. This includes the oil stored within the oil filter which is replaced during an oil change.
take it to the Nissan dealer like I did with my 93 altima with heads up display. The first mechanic that tried, suggested this, and it works fine now.
The cost of a rear seal replacement on a 1998 Nissan Maxima will vary depending on the parts and labor cost. The price a rear seal starts at $27.00.
Go to autozone
Behind the glove box
I changed the spark plugs on a 1998 Nissan maxima se with the instructions from the car manual. It tellsyou exactly how to change them and it has pictures.
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it has a 3.0 v6 hp 190
under the hood passengers side.
See answer for same question regarding a 1995 Maxima. Think this is the same VQ engine.