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
A 1998 Altima may stall at 2500 rpm's over a bad spark plug or plug wires.
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
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)
They have to be in the firing order.