Yes, all gasoline cars have spark plugs. However, the 2005 Nissan Altima does NOT have spark plug wires. Instead, they have what are called ignition wires. They perform the same function as a spark plug wire but are more efficient. However, they are not easily replaced by a shade tree mechanic and often require Nissan dealership assistance for removal/replacement. Hope this helps.
depends on the year if your car is 00 and newer it will be under the coils if it is older it will be on the top under the spark plug wires.
get a new cap and rotor. keep track off where your spark plug wires go. its very easy to repair a distributor.
The Order is: Rear Spark Plugs 1-3-5 Front Spark Plugs 2-4-6
The spark plug order for your 1988 Nissan Pathfinder V-6 engine is; one Êsix Êtwo Êfive Êthree Êfour. Your engine will run very rough if the spark plug wires are not connected in the proper order.
maybe ignition modual
30000 mile intervals. also replacement of the fuel filter is recommended at the same time. every 2 spark plug replacements the wires should also be replaced
A 1998 Altima may stall at 2500 rpm's over a bad spark plug or plug wires.
red for pos,black for neg
alternator or bad wires
I have a 94 Nissan Quest. If its the 6 cyl, the firing order from the rear, left to right is as follows: 1-3-5 2-4-6 (front)
You can tune up your Nissan by replacing the spark plugs and spark plug wires. You should also replace the air filter and the oil.
There are numbers on the distibutor cap for each wire that correspond to the cylinders. The cylinders are numbered 1 thru 4 with #1 on the passenger side. I hope this helps you.
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They have to be in the firing order.
Are you wanting to know the order of the wires on the engine or the distributer cap?
The coolant temperature sensor, on your 1999 Nissan, is located a few inches above the water pump. The sensor will have two wires going to it.
Your speedometer, odometer, and cruise control quits working; That's all. It happened to me when I replaced the transmission on my Altima and the two wires came out of the connector.
It depends on how big of a tune-up your doing. Cheaper tune-up would be changing the spark plugs, checking the air filter, belts, wires, and fluids. A more expensive tune-up would add changing spark plug wires, pcv valve, air filter, fuel filter, oil change, and a new distributor.
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Replace the spark plugs,spark plug wires, fuel filter, oil, and oil filter. Mr.brown
Disconnect the battery, and remove the spark plug wires one by one. Replace the spark plug wires in the same order, ensure the connection is firm, and connect the battery.
No the spark plug wires have to be in firing order
If you replace them one at a time you will keep them in the same order.I believe this is what a repair manual will advise you to do as well.I highly suggest buying a repair manual (ie. haynes) for the firing order and location.
You replace them one at a time. Choose the longest from the original set and then remove it from the car. Get the longest from the new set and place it on the car. And so on till all have been replaced. If you remove all of them at one time you will have to look up the firing order to put in the new set.