where is the fuel filter located would like to see a picture , 1990 Nissan Sentra sedan
Change the fuel filter.
98 Nissan sentra only came with ga16de and sr20de, any ve motor would be considered a swap seeing that its a motor made strictly only in japan
depends on where the oil leak is at
No, but it can be replaced. I would recommend taking to a professional.
It would depend on your level of competence.
Leak or blown gasket.
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Its on the passenger side behind the engine you have to reach up to get it. Its a bigger filter than you would expect for a nissan.
wires from the starter to the harness are touching
could be a bad alternator or battery
Take the car to just about any shop. You should not do this yourself as it is illegal to dump radiator fluid. And you have to pay a shop or landfill to dispose of it anyway. So take it to the shop, shouldn't cost more than $70. I would pay about $30-40.
First I dont think nissan sentra has a timing belt, I think it has a timing chain. I would go to www.TimingChainOrBelt.comto find out if it has a timing belt or chain.Are timing belts or chains better? I would say timing chains last longer.www.TimingChainOrBelt.com
i think it cuse by body ground
I dont have the answer, but my 92 does the same thing
Sounds like a fuel pump.
brake light switch would be most common cause
this happened with my 94 sentra just before the alternator died... i would take it to a parts store and have them test the battery and alternator.
the light itself would be about 100 and the grill about 50$
Yes ... u need a fuse to complete the current of electricity .....lol
Even if it could be done it would be cost prohibitive.
Needle nose plies or tweezers and praying -if not - replace the switch.
The most dependable answer would either be in your owners manual, FSM, or a repair manual for engine specs.
i have a 1991 nissan sentra speed up to 35 and start to miss
AnswerIf its not the battery, or alternator. Check your ground wire, down by the starter, to make sure its not loose.