the fuel filter is located on firewall on drivers side......has 2 fuel lines going to it one on bottom and one out of the top
Lift the hood. Look to the left front of the engine. The alternator is right there. You will see the belt run around its pully, wires going to it, and a tensioner bolt.
Check your transmission fluid. If not dirty or low it is either a worn clutch pack or ECM problem.
They are going to an emergency call or getting a speeder.
A fuse doesn't go bad. It protects a circuit. If the circuit is overloaded the fuse blows. If your Nissan is running sluggish, it is not a fuse going bad.
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Is your passenger floorboard wet? Same sort of thing happend in my stanza and it was the heater core. I just bypassed it, but if you do that you will still be stuck without heat. * * * My sister's car had the same symptoms and it turned out that her water pump was bad. Without circulating the water/coolant, there was no way to get water flowing though the engine to cool it down, and no water going through the heater core to warm the interior. -Also, the thermostat can cause this, especially if your coolant is old and dirty.
needs oil refill or the transmission is going to fail
your transmissions gone
Faster than other cars
Remove the rear seat, there is an access panel right above the tank. You'll be able to access both fuel hoses and sending unit connection.
A bad cylinder had will cause your 1999 Nissan to not start. Check the oil to see if there is fuel in the oil.