2003 Nissan Murano Spark plug removal ( rear babk ) - the fastest way to do it.
I've seen the answer to this question already. You have suggested removing front motor mounts and then tilting the engine forward. Have you done this yourself? Do i need to also remove any other parts? Would I have enough space to remove the plugs? Thanks. -Greg.
Yes i have done this myself many of times on all transverse mounted motors. also another approach you can use is to put the vehicle on jack stands and remove the plugs from underneath. then you don't have to remove the dog bone mounts. hope this helps
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the front spark plugs are easy just remove the coil packs and there right there, now the back ones are a bit tricky if u want to tackle it yourself, because you have to remove the intake manifold to access the coil packs to remove the sparkplugs, i also recommend remove the cowling and wipers this gives u more room and opens the area up to make the job simpler, when removing the intake manifold try not to damage any connectors you should be able to find a do it yourself book at a automotive store but if at any time you feel you do not have the skill to do it successfully stop and put it back together
Well you can please follow the below link - 1. Open the rear hatch of the Murano. 2. Remove the screws holding the rear trim covers in place. 3. Pull off the rear trim covers to expose the rear taillight housing assembly. 4. Remove the power connector running to the brake light ballast. 5. Turn the brake light counterclockwise with your hand, and remove the light from the housing assembly. 6. Install the new brake light. Installation is in reverse of removal. Post comments for more help or information......
will need to remove intake manifold, remove the covers, intake tube, there are 2 bolts on a braket behind the throttle body and another bolt towards the middle holding the power steer hose, there is a hose from the back of the manifold to the booster and another near it to the rear rocker cover, then unbolt the manifold pust it to one side, then you can access the coil packs and the4 spark plugs, not too difficult
You probably already figured this out, but you have to remove the wiper arm completely in order to replace the wiper blade.
The blades are an unusual size (somewhere around 14 1/2") and I believe they are only available from a Nissan dealership. They include printed instructions in the box but just in case, this is from the official Nissan service manual:
Cause could be a few things, are you in a damp climate? If so I would suggest getting a can of silicon spray and spray all of the wiring in the engine compartment. This happened to me with a Volvo and this solved my problem.