Your alternator is defective. Could be the internal voltage regulator or one or more bad diodes. Replace as soon as you can to avoid getting stranded on the road.
tap the foot-brake lightly
There is no vehicle anti-theft system reset button under the dash on a 96 Nissan Sentra. To reset you need to sit in the car and lock the doors with the driver's side door button. Next, insert and remove the key six times quickly and wait for the hazard lights to flash. Once they flash, insert key again and turn to the acc position. Press a button on the remote and wait for the lights to flash again.
your brake fluid might be low.
A flash suppressor is intended to dissipate muzzle flash so as not to hamper the firer's vision in low light conditions. Sometimes, a muzzle brake is mistaken for a flash suppressor. A muzzle brake vents gases from the barrel in a direction intended to counter the recoil of the weapon, thus making it more controllable. However, a flash suppressor does not function as a muzzle brake, nor does a muzzle brake function as a flash suppressor.
Of course they will flash until the battery runs down. So the time depends on how good the battery is. I have personally seen them flash for 6 hours straight.
Flash drives are powered from the power source in your computer.
Low brake fluid.
Are your brake lights out - usually it's a fuse for the brake lights.
The answer is, at 275 degrees F.
Its powerd by a Dc battery