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Gday mate, geoff here. with the Ballast ressistor it is a voltage control unit in essence to lower the voltage hence give less power ( in all its forms, volts & amps ) further along the circut, if it is by passed then more wear n tear electrically will be done to what parts are protected by it, to be honest, millions of $ of developement go into cars to make them what they are, make your decisions from there, geoff
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 nissan sentra
Find the big hose that comes out of the top of the radiator and follow
it to the engine and that is where the thermostat is located. My
advice is to be sure to get a factory thermostat and rubber gasket as
it makes installation much easier. I have done it both ways and the
factory one is easier to install.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
I assume its a standard transmission.
Should be a threaded plug on the top of trans , or 1/2 way up on the side.
If auto trans , add fluid through dipstick tube.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Its actually not that bad to change. If you open the glove box and remove the screws then the screws along the bottom of the glove box at the bottom of the dash the box will slide out. Remember to disconnect the light if it has one. Now you will be able to see the underside of the dash. You can see a large black box that has wires and vacuum lines all over. You need to locate a small flat plate with two screws and a plug in the middle. Disconnect the plug and remove the screws. The resistor will come straight out. The back side will look like small coiled up springs of different sizes. Install in reverse.Hope this helps. Good luck. Please re-post with updates. Thanks cj2176.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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