In drivng a jacked up truck, my gauges very seldom read right. For one, if you have a lifted or lowered car or truck, the gausges are going to be slightly off. 2. your alternador may be going bad or have a loose battery wire.
try changing both timing gears
Richey cintorino Check the fusable link, that caused all my guages to go off on my 1987 pickup.
blower motor has a short. replace blower motor
Yes but why would you want to? The KA24DE is superior to the Z24 in many ways
What would cause the 1995 Nissan Pathfinder not to go in forward or reverse?
You've got an electrical fault, and it's not fuses.
check your fusible link,its connected to your positive battery cable,it could be burnt or swollen.
make sure to have your altenaor checked. had this happen to me. truck would run for a few minutes and then would die. had a bad altenator. put in a new one and the truck runs great
If I was going to buy a Nissan truck my first color choice would be the Red Brick. If that color was not available for the particular model I was buying my second choice would be Night Armour or Galaxy Black.
NO it would not.
if it is effecting all the gauges, check for a loose, freyed or broken ground wire.
that would be the throttle sensor.
Jumped timing or bad o2 sensor
Check your fuses.
A FUALTY SPARK PLUG
age of car - although be careful that you do not have any leaks anywhere - this happened to me in a slot canyone in UT - the truck i had blew up
my truck started to smoke from the rear end when I was driving down the high way and now its jerking around WHY or What would be the cause
Yes, that is very possible. Also a leaking or loose hose would cause it. Considering this truck is 19 years old, I would replace all vacuum hoses.
Check the fuse.
A weak battery, loose/broken wires making a short, defective sensors that monitor what the gauges are displaying
1st you have an old truck (current gauges are run by a computer that would set a code) 2nd you have a bad connection, either engine to body ground or dash to body ground.
hi if u connect the battery the wrong way the gauges will bouncing this is because the gauges has whats called a ballast resistor an diodes this prevent the voltage current to flow only in one direction so it wil be preventing burning of the gauges
cause when you shut off the van the power to the gauges is cut off completely, so the gauges will stay wherever they were at until the next time you start the vehicle.