Question about 2005 Nissan Altima
I just replaced mine on my 2002 2.5L. If you take off the engine cover, you should see the flanges to the intake manifold on top of the motor. If you look between the two flanges on the right, you will see a black electrical sensor with a green push release tab. Mine was covered in dirt and grime, but once I wiped it off there was the green tab. To unplug was a pain, and a lot of people had a lot of suggestions. Then I made my own solution. You must push the green tab towards the motor and pull the opposite direction to unplug the harness. Easiest thing to do is use a pair of needle nose pliers. Using 1 nose push down the green plug. Once fully depressed close the pliers to grab the harness and pull. The green tab must remain fully depressed to release the connector. Then it's 1 10mm bolt and remove. The easiest way to reach the sensor is remove the intake tube and reach around the right side of the motor
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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