How do you replace the washer pump on a 1996 Nissan altima gxe?
Pump is located at bottom (outside) of reservoir, could be access by removing front passenger wheel and inner wheel well guard bumper side. Disconnect wire (make sure mark down polarization) and pull out old pump and gasket from reservoir. Installation opposite of removal and make sure to replace old gasket with new ones supplied with new pump.
well, this is what my mechanic told me when i had this problem (still have it) with my 1994 Nissan altima: the altima's alternator isn't working well. so, the battery isn't well supplied... Solution: replace the alternator immediately or dont drive the car until u do so less you make things worse. bajah
Answer to timing belt for 1996 Altima They don't have timing belts. At least mine doesn't. Double check your manual or call a Nissan dealer & ask to be sure. There is not a timing belt on this model or any year before or after this model. You have a 2.4L engine with a timing chain and there is no reason to replace the timing chain unless it is making noise. The chain is at…
Knock sensor The knock sensor for a 1996 Nissan Altima is located on the backside of the block above the oil filter. But before you go and change it out, run a tank of the best/hightest rated gas you can find and see if that fixes the problem. On my 1995 the Knock sensor is located under the plenum and intake manifold on top of the middle of the block.
http://www.nissanclub.com/forums/general-nissan-altima-discussion-1993-2001/260207-how-change-headlight-bulb-96-nissan-altima.html Copy and past that into your web browser. Its for a 1996 but it should be close. I know the bulb is different so look up what bulb you will need. Other then that the steps should be really close.
On models 1996 onwards (this might also apply to earlier models), there are vertical and horizontal alignment screws on the front part of the engine compartment. The position of these alignment screws, and the associated water level indicators that you can use to align the headlights are illustrated in the Nissan Altima Owner's Manual, which can be downloaded for free from Nissan's website at: http://www.nissan-techinfo.com/nissan/deptog.asp?dept%5Fid=40