could be a problem with one of the universal joints, a good way to check is to hold the brakes on and cycle the transmission from park to drive, and from drive to reverse while listening under the car. If you hear the same clunk then change the universal that has play in it, that you can check by rotating the drive shaft back and forth and feeling for looseness.
Yes ,there are 3 of them coming right off the battery.
It should be on a wire coming off the battery. Not like a factory fuse. There should also be a relay mounted on your firewall passenger side.
If it is coming from the radiator or the hoses this would mean your antifreeze is boiling in the lines. I would recommend first changing the thermostat and bleeding the air from the rad lines.
I have a 95 Pathfinder and had a similar issue. The engine would cut out when coming to a stop or making a turn but was fine when giving it gas. I had a fuel system flush done (but not a new fuel filter) and it has been fine since.
The O2 sensor should be located just upstream from the catalytic converter in the exhaust stream. look for a metal tube with 2 wires coming out of it screwed into the top of the pipe.
If your truck is 2wd than check the bearing, hub assembly. This is considering that you have the balance and alignment checked at a shop already
Can you be a little more specific? Like where the clunk is coming from, and/or what you're doing when it clunks? FriPilot
The 2010 Nissan Murano should be coming out in the Spring of 2009 like around March or April. There will be a ragtop/convertible coming out later that year as well.
the rear end (differental)
It's on the left side of the intake plenum looking at the cars front. It's screwed sideways on the left side of the intake plenum with a hose coming right off of it. It's not visible unless you remove the upper and lower plenum.
the knuckle part and it has to be greased. you just need to a grease kit for it and take it to a shop if you can't do it yourself
It sounds like a universal joint to me, it's an easy repair and cheap too.
Im not 100% sure. but i have a 97 Monte Carlo. and i think i have isolated the sound to the gas tank expanding and contracting. it has a plastic gas tank, and the sound sounds similar to a plastic drum/barrel/container clunking from expanding/contracting.
There is not a Nissan dealer that is located in Gamebridge Ontario. There is not a confirmation, at this time, from Nissan, that there will be a dealer in this city.
it would be the CB joint it it's a front wheel drive vehicle with high mileage.
the brown wire to the left side try alldatadiy.com for any wire shcamatics and pin outs
i work for Nissan deallership. i have seen sentras and altimas coming with 230,000mi and more! Its amazing!
your brake fluid is probably low or very dirty.
Pipe coming out of the fuel tank
it depends on where its coming from
it could be that your brake discs are completely warped. so you might just need brake repairs made on your vehicle.