With the engine running, remove the oil fill cap and hold a piece of paper over the hole. If the paper is pushed out of the way it's an indication of "blow-by". That's a condition where exhaust gas is leaking past the piston rings, into the crankcase. If pressure builds in the crankcase it will blow oil past the distributor seal and can cause front and rear main bearings to leak as well. The condition is often caused by failure to properly maintain the engine, either infrequent oil changes or air filter changes or both.
Nissan Primeras never came out with turbos.
you need to look for wear marks in distrubuter and find out where the shavings come from do not keep driving till it is fixed shavings can fall down the guts of distributer and do more damage
yes it could cause big problems in your car. Id try and get it it fixed as soon as possible if i was you.
Something else to check - this happened to me so I consulted with local authorized Nissan mechanic. Change the worn distributor cap. Simple as that and it fixed this problem for me.
I fixed the problem it was the air gap.
The only way to challenge fixed ideas is to identify the root cause of the idea in the person you wish to sway. Change the root cause and the fixed idea will modify.
A fixed anchor can cause the rock to erode away faster.
Just Cause can be fixed by reinstalling
Under the glove compartment - fixed by two screws
i am told flats cant be fixed on the 370z
On the top of the bell housing. thats the crank position sensor the cam sensor in a 93 is fixed in the distributor to replace it you need a new distributor
you need to find out why it is coming on and have it fixed then the light should go out.
Cause it doesnt
Try a minor tuneup by changing the spark plugs and checking the distributor contacts. Sounds like the vehicle is burning rich which is what's making it shake and finally stall while stopped. Dirty or worn out plugs or even a bad spark due to corroded or dirty contacts in the distributor will cause this.
If the wire is loose at a connection, find a wrench that will fit it and tighten it.
Have the computer scanned. Then have the problem fixed that has set the code.
After I asked this question with no response for two weeks, I dug a little deeper and discovered that the bearings in my distributor were worn out. So when the distributor heated up, everything got sloppy. Changed it and fixed my problem ,but this is an excellent site. Just posted in case anybody had the same problem. Thank you for your time.
i just fixed mine because of the same problem. mine would crank but show no signs of even wanting to start. it was the distributor.
If the handbrake sign is constantly on in your Nissan Almera, this could mean various things. This may indicate that your handbrake is still engaged or it is faulty and not functional which needs to be fixed.
If the airbag light is flashing on a 96 Nissan truck, it is because there is a problem with the airbag circuitry. The air bag may not work properly in a crash if it is not fixed.
it can be due to several reasons but it would be best if you take it to a repair shop to get it fixed.
No it has a recall on the ignition power transitor, get yours fixed today...
Trouble code P1110 means: Intake Valve Timing Control Solenoid
There isn't a "cam sensor", because the car has a distributor. So the ignition module attached to the side of the distributor connects to a hall effect sensor that is in the distributor under the circular slotted vanes attached to the distributor shaft. There is a four pointed star-looking piece in the distributor that should be firmly fixed to the shaft. If that piece is loose, that may be your problem (you'll need to buy a new dist). The sensor itself rarely fails.