When does the timing belt on 1994 Nissan truck need to be changed?
Belt manufacturers recommend changing timing belts every 60,000 miles.
1994 Nissan altima doesn't have a timing belt. The 1994 Nissan altima has a timing chain. Which is much more durable than a timing belt. Answer If you think your car is out of time...check the distributor first. When it goes out it sound like the car is out of time. Answer The engine has to be removed to replace the timing chain; expect about $1,000 for labor alone.
What would cause a grinding sound from the transmission of a 1994 FWD Nissan truck that only happens when it is cold It is fine when you warm the engine first?
It is probably not your transmission. More than likely it is the timing chain, The timing chain is metal so it usually will not break. The guides wear down but once the oil pressure builds (in a few seconds) the grinding sound goes away. This is normal for an old (mileage) Nissan hardbody with the ka24e motor (2.389 ltr)
Yes! I did this to a 1994 Nissan 4x4. But you will also have to buy the headlights and marker lights. The metal behind the grill is all the same between the pathfinder and pickup truck from back then. The only other thing you will have to do is change the plugs on the end of the wiring harness for the lights but it is really simple.
The Nissan Maximas produced from 1995 on (VQ30DE engine) are equipped with a timing chain system, rather than a timing belt. The recommended replacement interval for 1994 and prior timing belt equipped Maximas is 60,000 miles. But for 1995 and newer Maximas with a timing chain, the recommended replacement interval is not as well-defined. Timing chains generally have a greater durability and longevity compared to timing belts, and some vehicles (not limited to Nissan) have…
Timming is off. I replaced the water pump on my 95 pathfinder and the fact that the timing belt has to be removed, there is a good chance that one of the cams turned. When the timing marks are lined up, it does not take much for one of the cams to get off its mark. Even a slight bump will do it, and it doesn't help that Nissan does not make the timing marks…