I do believe, after just locating myself, that the starter for a 1989 Nissan Sentra is located on the back, lower-half of the engine itself. It's a small, inconspicuous part. To find it easier on this, and all other vehicles, just follow the positive cable line that comes off of your car's battery. It will eventually lead to the starter. (Be careful, there are other cables delivering electric to other areas of the vehicle, i.e. headlights, turn signals, etc. The starter cable will be one main bundle and will lead to an auto part, not an accessory.) Once you find the starter, and before any repairs are made, try light-to-medium tapping on the starter with a heavy metal tool (wrench, hammer, etc.) The fact that you have to do this indicates you need a new starter but, hey, 9 times out of 10 it'll get the car started. -Anonymous
Inside the fuel tank, on the top.
The thermostat on a 1989 Nissan Sentra is on the front of the motor to the left. It is just below where the valve cover meets top of the manifold. The thermostat is enclosed in the radiator hose at that location.
How to Set timing on nissan sentra 1600cc 1989 model
the starter on it is in the front with the big block thing
very carefully :)
take it to a strret raceing shop!
Blown fuse, bad starter, bad wires to the starter, no power.
maybe check the thermostat.
1989 Nissan Sentra Wagon 5 Speed intermittently wants to die out. Unless I give it gas it will stall. It will start back up again, with the same problem until problem stops. No pattern to diagnose.
The starter solenoid is located on the top of the starter.
Mounted to the drivers side strut tower.