Just had this done. Model/ year the same. Must remove rear seat. There was a cover plate with 4 bolts. Remove bolts/plate. Will see gas feed and return line. This is connected to the gas tank float sending unit. Remove all screws and lift out the unit. The fuel pump is just off to the side and below the sending unit. It is secured in the tank by a cradle that fits around the body of the pump. Disconnect all hose and electric connectors. Should lift right out. Mark all the hose and connectors so you do not do a bad hookup. Only problem was a "O' ring that swelled at the top of the gas tank that prevents vapor. You "do not" have to drop the tank to do this. have all the doors open and KEEP ELECTRICAL OUT AND USE nothing that would spark gas vapors. Hand tools can be used but do not create or have any source of ignition. Gas vapors will be going into the interior of the car if you do not drop the tank. Should be 1-1 1/2 hours if all goes well.
diaphragm of 1991 Nissan sentra
IS IN THE DRIVER SIDE OF THE ENGINE A LITTLE TOWARD THE BACK OF THE ENGINE
Follow the instructions on Youtube.
The starter in a 1991 Nissan Sentra is located on the driver's side of the engine compartment. It is easily spotted down in the gap between the engine head and the air intake and battery areas... It looks like a fat cylinder at the top of the engine and transmission joining.
Ususally 2 bolts go from the engine side to the transmission and one from the transmission to the engine.
Your Nissan dealership can get one for you!
The 1991 Nissan Sentra GXE has a gas tank capacity of 13.2 gallons, and takes regular unleaded fuel. The Sentra was first produced in 1982.
It rides piggy-back on the starter.
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The fuel pump relay on a 1991 Nissan Sentra is in the gas tank. To get to it you have to remove the back seat in the car and you will see a compartment that is at the top of the gas tank.
TTake them off ONE AT A TIME. If this is not enough information you need to take it to a garage.
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It is a 13...
The speedometer is cable driven.
I found mine on the back of the engine about mid way up. it was a pain to find, and i got a buddy to replace mine for me.
Disconnect the positive battery cable, and replace the starter. 2 bolts, a couple of wires , and replace it. It's just that simple.
turn off the engine make sure the engine is cooled off. next to the master brake against the fire wall is the fuel filter. with two lines one on top n one on the bottom. use a X screwdriver to unlock
Most likely it's a CV joint.
no because the maxima is a 5 lug and the sentra is 4 lug
The 1995 engine is fully electronic, while the 1991 engine is primarily mechanical.
Inside the alternator. Most cars produced since the early 1970's have internal voltage regulators. There are a few exceptions but the 1991 Nissan Sentra is not one of them.
For the 1988 1.6 and for most cars, follow the top radiator hose from the radiator to the engine block. Remove the hose from the engine block then remove the flange the hose was connected to (usually 2 bolts but may be 3 bolts on the Nissan). The thermostat is behind the flange.
If it is anything like my 1991 Nissan Sentra (and it probably is), the solenoid is actually attached to the top of the starter. The starter is located underneath the car, attached just below the engine block but on top the transaxle (where the transmission connects with the axle) it is very difficult to get to, on mine I had to remove the air-intake manifold and a few mounting brackets below the car.