It could very well be a carbon build up on the valves. I would try some engine cleaner and injector cleaner first though.
where is the fuel filter located would like to see a picture , 1990 Nissan Sentra sedan
98 Nissan sentra only came with ga16de and sr20de, any ve motor would be considered a swap seeing that its a motor made strictly only in japan
depends on where the oil leak is at
No, but it can be replaced. I would recommend taking to a professional.
It would depend on your level of competence.
maybe check the thermostat.
Leak or blown gasket.
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AnswerNoises have to be heard to correctly diagnoise. TAke it to a garage. But a good place to look for a noise when the driveline is under torque ( accel and turning) would be the CV axles.
Its on the passenger side behind the engine you have to reach up to get it. Its a bigger filter than you would expect for a nissan.
wires from the starter to the harness are touching
could be a bad alternator or battery
First I dont think nissan sentra has a timing belt, I think it has a timing chain. I would go to www.TimingChainOrBelt.comto find out if it has a timing belt or chain.Are timing belts or chains better? I would say timing chains last longer.www.TimingChainOrBelt.com
i think it cuse by body ground
I dont have the answer, but my 92 does the same thing
Sounds like a fuel pump.
brake light switch would be most common cause
this happened with my 94 sentra just before the alternator died... i would take it to a parts store and have them test the battery and alternator.
the light itself would be about 100 and the grill about 50$
Your spark plugs.
In order to have complete combustion you need only a few things.-Spark-Fuel-Air-Compression-Correct TimingAny of these things could cause a misfire.A common problem with the 1992 Nissan Maxima is the fuel injectors. I would check the resistance on them and check the wiring harness.
Even if it could be done it would be cost prohibitive.
Needle nose plies or tweezers and praying -if not - replace the switch.
The most dependable answer would either be in your owners manual, FSM, or a repair manual for engine specs.