I had a similar problem with my 93' Sentra.
The solution in mine was to let go the Shifting cable from the transmission and try and pull the lever. If it is still stiff, this means your cable is kinked somewhere inside the transmission arm. Simply go to the parts store and pick up a new one. Now, If it moves freely with the cable disconected from the tranny, we have a problem. This means that somewhere inside the valvebody of your transmission there is a issue. Usually dirt or something like that. My recomendation for this would be to drain your transmission and your torque converter and replace your tranny filter.
Hope it helps.
You will be asked how you would handle a difficult customer. Explain what prompted you to apply for a position at XYZ Bank.
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There are a number of great ways to handle a difficult passenger. One way is to give them something to do.
The roman empire became difficult to handle because of its size and the diverse makeup of its people.
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Yes, the car will handle and drive much more confortably.
You can handle a task with someone who is difficult to get along with in a few ways. One is just to avoid as much contact as possible.
The breaker is probably in the trip position. In the trip position the breaker handle does not go all the way to the off position but positions itself in mid position. Just move the handle of the breaker to the off position and you should feel it reset. There will be a little resistance when moving to the off position. Now move the breaker handle to the on position and there will be another click. This time the circuit should operate as normal.
tell them to back and get out
If it's like the 2001, it's under the rear seat: http://www.nissanextendedwarranty.com/owners-manual/nissan/2001-Nissan-Pathfinder.pdf
Call your Nissan Dealer, they should be able to order that for you. I have a 1997 Nissan Quest, and I ripped the side-door handle off in an accident, I went to the dealer and they ordered it for me. However, it took over 3 months for me to get the part, because it has to be a special order with Nissan in Japan.
because the hand is too dry and the handle is wet
Explain to the customer what you could do to help them, if they are still being difficult, contact a manager.
No, they would be too difficult to handle
If a TravelPro Luggage handle will not close it is possible that the handle is in the locked position. Either use the combination lock to unlock the handle or insert the key to unlock the handle.
On the inside part of the handle there is a snap ring that holds the handle on, you need a special tool to remove the snap ring. Once removed, just pull off the handle.
it handles like a nimble little kitten.
Dealer, ebay, salvage yard.
It IS difficult because you have to be able to swim and handle a ball at the same time
Look for a breaker handle that is not full on and is misaligned with the other breakers around it. Switch this breaker to the full off position. You will find a bit of resistance as the handle is moved to the off position as the breaker resets. Move the handle to the on position and the power should be restored. If the breaker trips instantaneously when turned to the on position there is a fault on the line that must be removed.
In a 1997 Nissan Altima, the transmission dipstick is located next to the motor. The dipstick has a red handle to pull out.
Just ask the manger :P
With a smile, quiet tone, and a lot of patience.
On the lighter side. Because they are notoriously difficult to handle.