I don't care and neither should you!
there should be a fill plug on the side of the transmission case. its a bolt the size of a quarter.
If a 1988 Nissan Sentra is slow to accelerate when put in gear, the transmission might need to have the screen filter cleaned and the fluid drained and replaced. Older vehicles should have the transmission serviced after the vehicle reaches 100,000 miles and ever 100,000 miles after that.
when should the timing belt be changed on a 2007 Nissan sentra
NO. You should NEVER use any type of sealant on the transmission pan.
If your security sensor in your 2001 Nissan Sentra 2.0 is jarred or jammed you should have it replaced.
The 2003 Sentra has a chain not a belt and should in fact last you a lifetime.
The Nissan Sentra should not have any other heater installed due to fire hazards. The stock one is very good.
Cylinders compression pressure Sentra 1.8 : 192 psi
no u dont need to use sealant u should get a gasket
what type of oil should i change for Nissan sentra 2006 Normally 10W30 or 10W40 is good thicker for older cars 10W40 is thicker FYI
there's a fill plug on the front of the case. if your going to go through the work to add fluid, you should drain all of it and clean off the magnet on the end of the drain plug.
It should be right on the valve cover somewhere.
There should be a diagram on the inside of the fusebox cover.
if it has power door locks then it should have keyless remotes
The spark plug gap for a 1999 Nissan Sentra that has a 1.6 liter engine should be set a .044 inches. New spark plugs should not need adjusting as they come preset from the factory.
Hopefully if you are thinking of adding transmission fluid that means that you checked it..If so you are in luck, you put the trans fluid in the same place you checked it. However you have to get a transmission fluid funnel, also you need to ensure that you check it correctly. If you read the dipstick then it should have directions on how to check it. It should be checked in "park" with the engine running.
Should be 6.5" in the front doors, and 6.5" on the rear deck.
Depends on exactly what you're having done.
every 20-25000 miles
the part numbers should be on a sticker on top of the unit itself