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Where is the bleeder coolant valve for a 05 nissian sentra 4.8

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I had the same problem on my 2003. The only way that I could get my engine to do more than an idle was to turn all accessories on (lights on High, fan full blast, rear defrost on, etc) When I brought it to the mechanic and he could smell the battery boiling. The alternator was going out and it was over charging the battery and shorting out the electronics.

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