A common cause of vibration at speed is unbalanced tires. Maybe you want to look into that and also check on the car wheel alignment if the steering does not stay on a straight path on a level road. one possible answer is the belts in the tires may have slipped. check with tire specialist to be sure. Ask them to check all 4 tires because one slipped belt will cause problems. I drove my car with this problem for almost a year before I got the right answer. replaced all 4 tires and now it drives nice and smooth.
Check your rear wheel bearings.
I have a 1995 Nissan sentra and the brake lights were stuck on because of a switch that broke above the brake. the mechanic said it happens to alot nissans
The brake light switch is located above the brake pedal on a 1993 Nissan Sentra. To reach the switch the driver's door needs to be opened.
The starter motor on a 2001 Sentra SE 2.0L is at the back of the engine bolted to the transmission just above the driveshaft.
Its under the back seat and sits in a cylinder above he gas tank
it's above the gas pedal under the column. it's way up there where you can hardly get to it. it has two, maybe three, large plugs on it depending upon the exact model of Sentra. Hope that helps.
Its just above the right inner CV joint, plugged into the bottom/ back side of the engine block. You can only get to it from under the car.
In the center dash console, beneath the middle A/C Vents, besides the Rear Window Defogger and above the A/C Control Panel.
You need to replace air flow meter for your Sentra. Make sure the air filter is clean! an engine needs air to burn the fuel!
The car may not turn over if it is close to overheating. Check the coolant reservoir to make sure that it is full and not leaking.
those particles of medium that vibrate above the horizontal position.
I have a 1.6 L motor, it was; torque to 21, then torque to between 51 and 54 lbs. completely loosen bolts then repeat tightening pattern above.
On the left-hand side of the iPhone there is a hardware switch just above the volume control. Use this to switch between normal and silent (vibrate) mode.
Just above the a/c compressor is an adjustment bolt for the tensioner. First loosen the nut in the middle of the tensioner pulley using a 14mm wrench then using an 8mm socket you loosen the adjustment bolt which will relieve the belt tension.
At low speeds; no. At high speeds; yes. For many vehicles that transition begins at about 33 mph, and becomes significant at speeds above 60 mph.
speeds lower than the speed of sound is known as the subsonic speed. speeds greater than the speed of sound is supersonic (mach 1) and speeds that are many times above the speed of sound (above mach 0) are known as hypersonic sounds.
The crank sensor is located on the firewall side of the engine block just above the oil pan toward the back by the transmission. There's a bracket in front of it that hides it slightly. its held in with a 10 mm size bolt head.
above the fuse box.
It is best to use overdrive at speeds above 55 miles per hour. Overdrive maximizes your fuel mileage at high speeds.
Answer A travel with a speed which is more then the speed of sound. Answer In aerodynamics, hypersonic speeds are speeds that are highly supersonic. The term has generally been assumed to refer to speeds of Mach 5 (5 times the speed of sound) and above.
on all engines EXCEPT CA18DE and CA16DE Engine firing order: 1-3-4-2 Distributor rotation is counter clockwise for the 2 exceptions listed above the firing order is 1-3-4-2 distributorless ignition!
Either high water pressure above 80 PSI. or a defective valv.e
above the oil filter,to the left.