Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the
engine stalls sometimes driving
Nissan Altima was created in 1993.
How do you know if the starter needs to be replaced on a 1993 Nissan Altima?
Why is your 1993 Altima Nissan making a clicking noise but does not start?
Why engine stalls on 1993 Chrysler Intrepid while driving and sometimes at stops?
The oil capacity on a 1993 Nissan Altima is approximately 4.1 quarts. The oil that should be used is 5W-30.
main fuel relay going bad. Eventually car will cut off while driving.
I don't believe that the altima had a crankshaft position sensor until 1995.
its in the intake manifold
I am not sure of what year you are talking about. But the 1993 and 1994 Altima does not have a crankshaft sensor(crankshaft position sensor) .....
starting with the redesigned 1998 altima the engine crankshaft was balanced much better to reduce vibration. we have a 1993 and a 1999 altima with the same engine and the 1999 is so smooth at idle i sometimes can't tell if it's running.
1994 it replaced the Nissan stanza Answer 1993 is the correct answer. It did replace the stanza, but in 1993.
The Nissan Altima was introduced in 1993 as a replacement for the Nissan Bluebird. Originally, it was named the "Stanza Altima," before the model name was shortened to its current form.
== Answer The PCV valve on a 1993 Nissan Altima is located under the intake manifold just above the oil filter. You have easier access if the oil filter is removed. Not so easy...
There is none; it's the distributor.
Located in the distibutor!!
no. didn't come out until 1995
yes 93-97 as long as there is not a difference in abs or limited slip diff
The bottom hose on a 1993 Altima is at the bottom of the radiator on the passenger side of the car(right side of radiator.
Need to replace the ingnetion module in the distributor.
Check for spark & fuel when it's dead and go from there.
timing chain making a noise?
Check the ignition coil, or the fuel pump.
behind the glove compartment inside the heater assy
Closest to front of engine (where serpentine belt is).
The earth wire or metal track on the bulb carrier has gone. Its an easy repair and the carrier should just clip off the back of the light fitting.
Yes, between 1993 and 1997, Nissan has kept the body style the same, meaning that the parts can be interchanged between these years only.
The firing order is 1-3-4-2
Bolted to the engine inside the oil pan
If you mean the brake light in your dashboard, it means that you have your emergency break on while the car is on.
Check the brake light sending switch. It's usually attached to the brake pedal. If that's not it, check the turn signal switch inside the steering column.
This is caused by one of two reasons. Either the battery has a dead cell and needs replacing or there is a parasitic drain on the battery. The drain can be any light that is constantly on or a relay that is stuck.
The Nissan Altima was introduced in 1993 as a ompact sedan by the Japanese automaker, Nissan. Answer provided by kgb agent William on 2010-01-06 16:27:39 Source: http://www.carpartswholesale.com/cpw/nissan~altima~parts.html
The correct spark plug gap is .044
There is no 2001 Stanza. The Stanza became an Altima in 1993.
Have the Ecm checked At dealers ( recall )
Check fluid level, (90 weight oil)
I am in the process of rebuilding a 1993 Nissan altima. The 93 - 97 having timing chains. It has an upper and a lower timing chain. Hope this helps
It is the fuel filter, get it replaced asap.
Remove the alarm, i did the same in my altima,the alarm box is located under the dash by the steering column, is a little black box, disconnect the terminal and you will be ok.
A 1993 Nissan Altima will take approximately 3.5 quarts of transmission fluid. This fluid can be purchased at any auto parts store such as NAPA.
The first generation of Nissan Altimas was produced in 1993. The Nissan Altima is still being produced today, with a new 2010 design just being released.
Front are 4x6 Rear 6.5
I have the same problem on my Nissan Altima, it is the antenna motor. Replace it.
as you face the front of the car it is slightly right on the fire wall.
Could be a number of reasons but the first one that comes to mind is a plugged fuel filter.
Had the same problem and come to find out that it was the cars computer malfunctioning.