it's a wiring connector only. I replaced my battery cable harness with a new universal cable, and a lot of black electrical tape and a few mechanic's words. I wouldn't recommend it. It works fine (the original battery cable end was in bad shape), but there is a lot of wiring involved. I soldered the wires from the old wiring connector to a terminal end (w/heat shrink) that fit the battery bolt. works like a charm, but the $85 the dealer wanted for a new cable assembly is probably a better deal - it took me 6 hrs. to put it all back together.
its connected to your positive battery cable.
on the right side of the pickup follow the positive cable.
on the positive battery cable
The blinker relay can be found in a 1986 Nissan Pickup in the engine compartment on the fender wall. There are several relay switches located next to the battery.
passenger side, on fender well by positive side of battery. ;)
follow the wire from the positive side of the battery it will lead you to it
where is egr temp sensor located in 97 nissan pickup l4
1st off, i would ck elec. connections @ battery. If no probs then i would ck the fuseable links (i have a '88 z2.4 and they are located in the wiring harness very near the positive battery conn.)
check fusible link its connected to positive battery cable,coulb be burnt or swollen.
Get your alternator tested at autozone,its free,and check your battery too.
where is the fuel pump relay located on a 1985 Nissan truck
where is the horn located on a 1995 Nissan v6 pickup truck? under the front bumber,their are 2 horns, ahigh and low tone.
The starter relay can be found underneath the hood on a 1991 Nissan pickup. The starter relay is beside the battery on the passenger side.
1995 nissan pickup has a expansion valve rather than a orfice tube and is located on the evap.
Starter lockout relay, next to the battery.
no such thing.
no such sensor
It is mounted on the top of the starter. Just follow the positive cable from the battery and it will be bolted to the selonoid.
weak battery or bad alternator.
Check your ignition fuse,its in the fuse box,also,your fusible link could be burnt or melted,its connected to your positive battery cable,if burnt or melted,then its your problem.
under front bumber.
Follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you right to the starter.
Under the dash, directly above the clutch pedal arm and attached to the brake support bracket.
check your fusible link, its connected to your positive battery cable,check for burnt marks or it might be swollen.
underneath passenger side seat