I just compleetly re-built my 1989 Nissan Sentra 1.6 litre GA16i engine. It only took about 1 hour to compleetly take the head off. But in order to put it back on there is a lot more involved. The exhaust pipe from the Exhaust manifold to the catalatic converter must be removed along with the lower cross member, to take the oil pan off. Next you need to remove the front engine mount, and all the serpentine belts, and the water pump. Next you take off the timing chain cover. It took me about an hour and a half to do all this. (I've done it three times before on other sentras) Then all the re-assembly can start, which takes another 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours. Makes a grand total for the cylander head gaskit replacement of 4 to 5 1/2 hours. Then there is the question of whether the head needs work. If the valves don't seal well or the head is warped, Machine work can take another 2 or more hours.
Should be located at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
when should the timing belt be changed on a 2007 Nissan sentra
If your security sensor in your 2001 Nissan Sentra 2.0 is jarred or jammed you should have it replaced.
A 2000 Nissan Sentra GXE with the 1.8L engine has a timing chain, not a belt. There is no specific recommendation as to when to replace the timing chain. In most cases, chain-driven vehicles can go for well over 150,000 miles before the timing components are in need of replacement.
The Nissan Sentra should not have any other heater installed due to fire hazards. The stock one is very good.
The 2003 Sentra has a chain not a belt and should in fact last you a lifetime.
Cylinders compression pressure Sentra 1.8 : 192 psi
On a 2003 Nissan Sentra, it should cost about $200 to get a new oil pan gasket and oil change. That includes labor, parts, and tax in most places.
I don't care and neither should you!
I was told that timing belts should be replaced every 60,000 miles. However, when I called the local Nissan dealer for my 2003 Sentra, they told me it does not ever need to be replaced. Then I read somewhere that apparently Nissan guarantees the timing belt/chain to last the life time of the engine. I also read that 2003 Sentra has a timing chain, not a belt.
It should have a spring loaded automatic tensioner, if the spring is broke replace the tensioner arm assembly
what type of oil should i change for Nissan sentra 2006 Normally 10W30 or 10W40 is good thicker for older cars 10W40 is thicker FYI
It should be right on the valve cover somewhere.
As far as I know, it should have a gasket. Make sure to use gasket sealer as well when replacing it.
you should only change the gasket if you have to take the valve cover off....... you should only change the gasket if you have to take the valve cover off.......
Your blower motor is on the passenger side of the engine bay mounted on the firewall. It should be just a couple of screws and a wire connector to deal with.
should only take 2-3 hours if your good around autos
The spark plug gap for a 1999 Nissan Sentra that has a 1.6 liter engine should be set a .044 inches. New spark plugs should not need adjusting as they come preset from the factory.
Unless the housing is damaged, there is no reason to replace it. Just replace the gasket.
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There should be a diagram on the inside of the fusebox cover.