Hey Marvin===It is probably the idle speed control on the throtle body. Take it off and clean it. GoodluckJoe
I have a 1999 Nissan Altima and currently has 156000 on it. The manufacturer recomendation for the timing belt is every 75,000 miles.
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You need to change the filter with every oil change. Nissan recommends every 3750 miles.
yes. I change mine every 100000 miles. some recommend every 30000 miles.
Timing belts should be changed approximately every 80,000 miles.Check with Nissan about your specific vehicle. Several Nissan cars and trucks do not use belts, They use chains and almost never have to be replaced.
There are around 70 percent of Nissan Altimas manufactured within the United States in the year 2007 to 2008 but the number increases every year by 10 percent.
Assuming it's like my Ford , you have to reset the preset radio stations every time a battery cable is disconnected
Use 5W30 synthetic and you'll never have a problem. Change oil every 5000 miles and that engine will outlast the body.
I get my wiring diagrams from the local public library. They have the complete Mitchell manuals. The manuals also contain essetially complete shop manuals for nearly every car and truck.
Loose or corroded battery connections or your starter is going bad.
I would recommend you use 100% Synthetic and change the oil/filter every 8,000 miles if you drive mostly on the highway and every 5,000 miles if you drive mostly city.
30000 mile intervals. also replacement of the fuel filter is recommended at the same time. every 2 spark plug replacements the wires should also be replaced
Chevrolet on EVERY THING!!! The only good car on the Nissan company is the Nissan GTR
Nissan Maintenance recommends every 60,000 miles or every 48 months.
On almost every car, the vibrations are caused by the tires,, you need to take it to a tire balance and aligment,, if that doesnt repair the simptom,, maybe a motor problem,, but that's a very extrange situation,,, good luck!! Jesus S.
you can fry your ECM, TCM, HVAC control module, power seat module, unified meter amp, etc. basically you will burn up about every electrical component in your vehicle.
A complete set is a card of every edition in a run of cards. A complete factory set is every card from that run.
This is a complicated process that involves highly flammable gasoline under pressure in the fuel system. Rather than try to explain every step, I suggest you Get a Hayne's or Chilton's repair manual and follow the steps, heed the warnings, and take your time.
yes every car can be stolen.
Your 1998 Nissan has a timing belt. Every combustion engine has a timing belt. The automaker recommends you change the timing belt every 60,000 miles.
I have a 2001 Nissan Sentra SE and it was suggested I change it every 100,000 miles.
The Nissan TD 27 diesel engine has an engine oil capacity of nine gallons. Nissan recommends that the oil be changed every 12,000 miles.
a complete survey is a survey every single question us completed and usually a reward is given for example websites like this you will receive money every time you complete a survey
I have 302,000 on it and it is still going strong. I change oil every 3K
i think you have to complete every rank in every contest