hi i have a 92 Nissan stanza and the problem was the fuel pump...i bought a fuel pump and replaced it but still there is no gas being pumped in to the engine...what else could be the problem?
what else could be the problem i mean the engine turns over and it wants to crank but it wont.. it only needs gas
Check your transmission fluid. If not dirty or low it is either a worn clutch pack or ECM problem.
Well in the 1991 version of the Nissan Stanza they put in a special sensor that detects whether the driver is prone to asking very vague questions, and disables the engine. It could be all sorts of things. Timing, fuel supply, air supply, electrical supply. What are the symptoms?
the speed sensor, trans. sensor , or the speedometer cable
It depends on the type of clutch linkage. If it's mechanical linkage the clutch could be worn and the rod dropped out. If it's a hydraulic clutch, the clutch master or slave cylinder could be worn out.
The compressor clutch could be for a number of reasons. It could be a defective compressor clutch, it could be a bad low pressure sensor, it could be low refrigerant, it could be a frayed wire on the low pressure sensor. Your fan, assuming you're talking about the blower motor, bad blower motor, bad blower motor resistor, bad relay(s)... those are your culprits.
YES it does. It should be close to intake.
it could be your mass air flow sensor
the clutch is burnt up. buy a clutch kit check your slave cylinder for leaks, its bolted on the side of transmission,if its leaking ,replace,if not ,then it could be u need a new clutch.
mass airflow sensor of head tip sensor could also be catalytic converter
One reason why your 1994 Nissan Altima could be sputtering at an idle is because of your spark plugs. It could also be caused by the idle sensor.
Could be the knock sensor.
Possibley, the Clutch sensor, or the transmission is going.
No coolant circulation could be: Stuck thermostat Defective water pump
damage the flywheel to the point it will have to be replaced
The 1990 Stanza could have damage, depending on which engine is in the vehicle. Check to see which engine you have, and if it is listed as an interference engine. If it is the interference type, then the valves are probably bent and destroyed.
A bad crankshaft sensor would stop the engine and not restart.
If a 1989 Nissan Sentra clutch pedal quit working and the car is now stuck in reverse, it will need to be towed to a repair shop to fix the clutch. The transmission may also be damaged due to it being stuck in reverse.
It could be a faulty wire or connection. It could also be a faulty sensor or display unit.
The vehicle speed sensor is located in the transaxle. If the technician forgot to pop the sensor far enough back into the hole, the tranny fluid could potentially leak out. I know, because this happened to me when I replaced my Speed sensor.
Could be a bad starter or starter solenoid
Letting the clutch go to quickly bad gas can cause that, or water in the gas It could have run out of fuel Could be the oxygen sensor.
It could be a problem with the sensor or the clutch. Will need to go for diagnostic
I have this same problem with my B3000. The only results I have found is that the IAC (idle air control) sensor needs to be changed. Also, you could try cleaning the throtle body plate and sensor. This could be causing your truck to not realease the throtle body when engaging clutch.
No it doesn't. For instance it could be a stanza of a free verse poem, which does not have to rhyme at all.
there is more then one speed sensor i know there is one in the transmission and one around the front axles and one more not to sure where it could be