You need to keep tabs on your oil every time you gas up, if it was in fact, 'low on the stick'. If it was not low, I would disconnect the ground cable on the battery to reboot your computer and clear codes. If it comes on again, it will be one of two things: the oil sender is bad(most likely and most common) or your oil pressure is low.If the engine runs quietly, it is probably the sender.Have it replaced.
On a 1997 Nissan Altima the water pump should be mounted on the front of the engine. It is right at the thermostat housing.
It has a timing chain that should last the life of the engine.
The 2001 Altima did not come with superchargers. If you are referring to an aftermarket part, you should contact the distributor of the part.
What should you do when the enigne light comes on in the nissan altima 1996 and how should i go about fixing what does it need?
The oil capacity on a 1993 Nissan Altima is approximately 4.1 quarts. The oil that should be used is 5W-30.
go to a Nissan dealership and they should be able to help you
The thermostat on the Nissan Altima should be directly behind the alternator. This will be on the passenger side of the car and directly under a large heater hose.
Yahoo search 04 Nissan altima speaker and a you-tube link should pop up. 02 and 04 have the same set up so this should work for you vehicle
Should be under the hood, driver side, rear engine area, passenger side of the master cylinder, mounted in fuel line.
Your gap should be (Gap 0.044inch) for DOHC 2.5l Altima
How ever many you have driven
if your take it to a autozone tell them you have a check engine light and they will tell you whats wrong if anything and reset it take it to autozone and tell them your check engine light is on and they should reset it
i have a 2008 Nissan altima and my cv joints are going bad already is this right
should be around 17gallons 75liters
5W30 SM for the 2.5L
It should be in the owner's manual or if you don't have that the answer is 1.1 mm.
likely valves. just have your valves adjusted at the dealership, not a big job really but it should be done by someone who knows what they're doing.
It should be a KA24. It's a 12-valve engine that works better for trucks, IMO, than the 16-valve (altima) engine that went in the '98 and later models.
This should answer your question? I used it to help me replace mine on my altima. forums.nicoclub.com/zerothread/157923
The 2.5 liter 4 cylinder in a 2006 Nissan Altima must have a timing CHAIN because the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) does not list a timing belt
change should be made at 75,000 miles