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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.
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.
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.
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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.
needs oil refill or the transmission is going to fail
your transmissions gone
Faster than other cars
A bad cylinder had will cause your 1999 Nissan to not start. Check the oil to see if there is fuel in the oil.
Well i might get this wrong but it was a freeway wasn't it? So she wont be pulled over..? TRUE
A speeding ticket in California for going 86 mph on the freeway in a 65 mph speed limit varies from $180-$200. The fine can be reduced by going to a drivers training class by $30.
The kelly blue book of a 2009 Nissan can vary by the model of the vehicle. If you have a Nissan Altima and a Nissan Maxima they are going to be different. You are also going to have to consider in the mileage and features.
Last month i was going 79 on a 65, my ticket was 178.00
At least 3 to 5 seconds, that would be at least 4 to 6 car lengths going freeway speed.
Either battery or alternator going bad, Advance Auto, or Auto Zone can check this for you! This happened to my truck, but my memory is not to good! More likely the alternator. yeah this happened to me on the freeway, i figured the computer needed to be reset but when the brake and battery lights go on, the alternator is going bad and you might have a half day of driving before it drains your battery
Mine was about $250
If it is a standard shift, find the wire from the speed sensor that is going to the computer and cut it :) or put a diode in it causing it to only have half the pulses. Will run all out then.Most cars are limited around 100 mph.
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If the engine sounds loud like it's going faster than you really are it could be that you have lost your overdrive gear in the transmission. Once you hit freeway speeds, the automatic overdrive kicks in. If the engine seems to be operating normal, your tachometer might be faulty. Ken
The reason I've heard is that after going on the freeway you "loosen" the rubber up by making it hotter, which makes it easier to pop if you were to overfill the tires with air. Its a common myth and there is really no 'bad' consequences for filling up after being on the freeway.
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