This will depend on what year Nissan Maxima you have, because they differ for their location. Ask another question and be specific about the year, for example, "Where is the flasher located on a 1996 Nissan Maxima?"
re-wire your speedo clip. it worked for me.
see the egr valve location on the 1999 Nissan Maxima-it should be very similar.
Where are the spark plugs on a 1996 Nissan maxima?"
were is the location ecm on a 1996 Nissan maxima
Boc Maxima was created in 1996.
Yea why not
autozone.com, click repair on the right, enter year/model and go to maintenace.
It is located near on the transmission, I believe it'snear the motor mount. You will have to get under the car to find it.
A 1996 Dodge Ram does not have a speedometer cable. The system is all electric.
It does not have a cable, the speedometer is electric.
where is the wiper motor on a 1996 Nissan Maxima GXE
The speedometer on a 1996 Honda Accord EX is the pulse variety. It is likely that the teeth on the speedometer gear are not meshing properly.
If both the speedometer and the odometer do not work I would suspect the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) located on the tail shaft of the transmission is at fault. If only the speedometer doesn't work it's probably a problem with the dash cluster.
So the speed gauge in the dash and the speedometer cable have been replaced. Well, the only thing left to my knowledge would be the geared speed sensor in the transaxle. I have the same problem. Replaced the speedometer cable but to no avail. I then took the speedometer out and used an electric motor to drive it on my bench and noticed that the part that is driving the needle (driven by a magnet) starts vibrating at certain speeds. On further investigation I found that the bush on the panel that the spindle goes through ( just behind the needle) is worn and hence the spindle/shaft does not run tight and starts vibrating/rattling and then it sometimes swing up and down. When I lightly touch the needle it stabilizes for a while and then starts vibrating again. The needle is not driven directly, but through a magnetic coupling so the slightest interference can cause problems. It seems the only solution is to replace the speedometer. Unfortunately you have to replace the whole cluster. I thought I could do something about the bush, but it is too delicate and you will have to remove the little coil spring which means the speedometer will have to be re-calibrated.
No speedometer cable, it is electronically controlled from transmission.
A VSS sensor is the Vehicle speed sensor and it is located on the transmission. It tells the computer how fast you are going and operates the speedometer and the ABS system.
1996 and newer have an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor that operates your electronic speedometer and also sends a signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) The PCM uses this signal to control several different functions of the engine and transmission.. Your 1996 doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable.