Nissan Sentra 1997 how to remove belt?
IT DDEPENS IN WHAT BELT YOU HAVE TO REPLACE, IF IS THE AC/ALT, YOU HAVE TO REMOVE BOTH BELTS,BUT IF IS THE BELT FROM THE POWER STERING IS ONLY THAT THE ONE YOU REMOVE WHEN YOU REMOVE THE AC/ALT BELT YOU HAVE TO LOOSEN BOTH BELTS TO LOOSEN THE ONE IT IS IN THE STERING POWER YOU HAVE TO USE A 12MM AND A 14MM WRENCH TIS BOLT IS ON THE SIDE OF THE POWER STERING PUMP (is a little unconfort to do this the best option is loose the 14mm nut from the top and the 12mm bolt from under ) I FORGOT YOU MUST REMOVE THE PLASTIC THAT IS COVEERING THE MOTOR UNDER THEN YOU HAVE TO LOOSEN THE OTHER BELT THE AC/ALT TO LOOSEN THIS YOU HAVE TO LOOS THE NUT IN THE IDLER PULLEY THEN YOU HAVE TO LOOSE THE BOLLT THE BOLT IS JUST IN FRON OF THE COMPRESOR FOR THE AC YOU HAVE TO LOOSE THIS IN ORDER TO REMOVE PRESSURE FROM THE BELT IS A LITTLE HARD TO DO IT BUT IS ONLY THAT ONCE YOU HAVE TO LOOSE THIS BOLTS ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS PROCED TO REMOVE THE OLD ONES AND PUT THE NEW ONES BUT REMEMBER HOW THE BELT IS INSTALED SO YOU PUT RIGTH IN THE SAME PATH AND TO PUT THE NEW ONES YOU JUST HAVE TO FOLLOW THE SAME STEPS
The water pump on a 97 Nissan Sentra is behind the timing belt. To replace it you will need to drain the coolant, remove the cylinder head, loosen pulley bolts, drive belts, and water pump pulley. Next, remove coolant hoses, water pump bolts, and finally the old water pump. Reverse directions to replace with new pump.
Does the 2003 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec-V use a timing belt or chain and around how much does it cost to replace?
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.
Yes the 2008 Nissan Sentra cam is driven by a chain and not a belt. This is a brand new car. Did it not come with an owner's manual? If you will open that manual and read, it will answer almost any question you may have. It you do not see replacement of the belt as a scheduled maintenance item at around 100,000 miles then it does not have a belt and has a chain…
I own a 1994 Nissan Sentra, it has 1 belt, a serpintene type that turns all applicable ingine componants including the power steering. There is a spring loaded pully with a smooth face, there is a bolt in the center of the pully. Turn the bolt clockwise to aloow the belt to be taken off and replaced.
You don't. 89 sentra does not have a timing belt, instead it has timing chain. I have the 1989 Nissan Sentra 1.6L 4-dr sedan. My timing chain needs to be replaced. It runs inside the motor. It is a big task for an auto mechanic to replace it. It will cost me at a *trustworthy* business $470 for part(s) and labor to replace it. Expect it to take a whole day for the car to…