Could be a head gasket or a warped or cracked Cylinder head.
Even though you have already replaced the thermostat, there are other issues that can cause your Nissan Maxima to overheat. Your fan may be stuck and not operating as it should.
Does that mean that you replaced the thermostat AND the sensor? If not, you really need to replace the thermostat. A sticking thermostat can cause temperature swings and potentially overheat the engine. BTW, BMW engines tend to have serious problems when they overheat. Don't let it overheat or you might be buying a new engine.
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Do you have spark at the plug, check for that. Do you have fuel to the cyl. ? Check for that. Are the valves working properly ?
Get a Lock Smith to come to your place of residence and remove the cylinder and then make you new keys. This may cost however save yourself the aggravation!
Check Coli, an wires attached to coli, coli my not be getting enough juice
Usually means they probably didn't bleed the brakes or did not top off the brake fluid
Blown fuse or wiring defect for the bulb you have already replaced. You have replaced the wrong bulb. The new bulb was defective.
The height of a cylinder all depends on what cylinder you are talking about. There is only an exact height if you have measured it yourself or someone has already measured it for you.
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if its a 6 cylinder check plug wires make sure u got firing order right
Not if you let him!.. If the heads already blown the car will only overheat but if the engine ceases your liable! too bad!
If you have spark at all but one plug, the problem is with that plug, wire, cap or rotor.
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Bad coil or wire.
You're sure it is water and not brake fluid coming from the master cylinder?
If the gas is compressed into the cylinder, yes. However if the gas is already pre-compressed (to the point of liquefaction) and simply decanted into the cylinder, there will be little to no heating of the receptacle cylinder.
http://vats.likeabigdog.com/ The keys do not go bad the lock cylinder needs to be replaced.
It need to be replaced.
Sometimes there just isn't enough of a demand for a part to motivate the alternate sources to produce it. In other words, you might just be required to get it from the dealer.
Since you have replaced these two parts, have you checked the water pump ? With age, the impeller on the pump or bushings become used enough to reduce the flow of coolant quite a bit. This will cause over heating due to lack of circulation. Also did you flush the system to make sure that there are no blockages ? And, check the upper and lower hose to make sure they do not collapse.
A bad crank sensor could do that. (if it has one)
The 85 had a 305 as an option....so yes. It will fit. However, the computer and possibly the transmission will have to be replaced. The motor mounts will also have to be moved to the correct location....which should already be drilled in the frame.
Usually won't start and if already running, it will slow down and overheat.