Question about 1995 Nissan Altima
The car stalled while driving. My daughter could not get it started. It would turnover, but not start. The mechanic said that the problem was a bad oil seal in the distributor. So we replaced it, including the cap, rotor and module. However, it happened again a couple of days later. We had it towed back to the mechanic, who is very good/honest by the way. He looked it over and couldn't find anything wrong, started it and went for a drive, without a problem. What are your thoughts?
Our's did the same thing. We tried changing the fuel filter...nothing. Then, my father-in-law did some checking around and different mechanics told him the same thing....the DISTRIBUTOR. Apparently this is a fairly common problem with our '95 Altima's. We changed the very worn spark plugs then went to the NAPA store and ordered the distributor....$242.00 for the whole part. We got it the next morning, my father-in-law changed it and now the car is working like a charm!!!! It is an EASY fix...all you need is a screw driver!! GOOD LUCK!!
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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