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Is a 1995 serena van
Posted by Anonymous on
I just took my 1993 Nissan Serena with the same issue into a auto electrician. They took it apart and found it to be the speedometer driver is broken. Apparently very common for this vehicle. Two options: have it repaired or put in a second hand speedo, the latter is slightly cheaper but then your odometer will be wrong and it could break again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: nissan serena does not start
most likeliy is the ignation module located at the side of the distributor.
chekc the spark from the high voltage plug first, if no spark then you need to replace the IM.
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Posted on Oct 16, 2008
The container you are talking about is called the overflow reservoir and yes, that is where you add the coolant. Make sure that your car has been off for a couple hours and is nice and cool before you try to add any, when it's hot it can build pressure and spray coolant or steam out when you unscrew the cap.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
It is either the speed sensor, the wireing in between ot the speedometer module it self. The sensor sends pulse train signal to the speedometer module and there it drives the speedometer and is divided in frequency by about 7 and feed to the computer and the cruise control. When the signal drops the Engine management computer thinks the speed is real slow and raises the transmission pressure.
In the one I had it was a cold solder jooint on the bacjk of the speedometer module itself but this was the divided output and the speedometer itself still worked. The easyest part would be the sensor that mounts on the rear axile I believe and should cost less than 30.00 dollars. If not that thebn it's the wiring or the speedometer module electronics..
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
The Engines aren't the same for these two cars.
NISSAN SERENA RUNS EITHER: THE "SR" FAMILY ENGINE or THE "QR" FAMILY ENGINE. Find out which is yours.
NISSAN LARGO RUNS THE "KA" FAMILY ENGINE. IT IS THE SAME ENGINE FOUND INSIDE THE FAMOUS '240SX', I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
GA16DE and SR20DE Engines
1. Start the engine and allow it to reach normal operating temperature.
2. Run the engine at 2000 rpm for 2 minutes and return to idle.
3. Turn the engine OFF and disconnect the throttle position sensor harness connector.
4. Start the engine and race the engine to 2000 rpm, 3 times.
5. Connect a timing light to the No. 1 spark plug wire and battery.
6. Loosen the distributor hold-down bolt and adjust the ignition timing to 10 degrees BTDC for the GA16DE and 15 degrees for the SR20DE engines.
7. Turn the engine OFF and reconnect the throttle position sensor harness.
_Ricky got this from the web
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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