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1995 maxima starter drive won't go in uless starter bolts are loose and starter is hanging down a bit just put this starter in its rebuilt

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  • Vincent kopka Dec 28, 2008

    more than likely its the wrong starter drive gear no shims came off the old one

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Check with a dealer some cars require shims between the starter and the block

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

  • Jerry Cassel Dec 28, 2008

    Yes I've run across that too,

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1995 nissan maxima alternator replacement


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  2. Remove the splash guard on the right side of the vehicle.
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  4. Slip the drive belt off the alternator pulley.
  5. Remove the four air conditioning compressor mounting bolts.
  6. Remove the radiator fan and fan shroud.
  7. Move the air conditioning compressor forward.
  8. Disconnect the alternator harness connector.
  9. Remove the alternator mounting bolts, and lower the alternator from the vehicle.
To install:
  1. Hold the alternator in place and install the mounting bolts.
  2. Plug in the alternator harness connector.
  3. Move the air conditioning compressor back into location.
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  5. Install the air conditioning compressor mounting bolts.
  6. Place the drive belt on the alternator pulley.
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  8. Install the splash guard.
  9. Connect the negative battery terminal.
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So the problem has been occuring for a year and you are just now trying to fix it? Sorry, I just simply do not understand why people do this...keep driving it until it won't drive anymore even though you KNOW it has a problem....Maybe you can explain this to me???

If you can hear the starter clicking when you try to start it, then you have a bad starter. If it makes no noise at all. then you most likely have a bad clutch switch.

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First disconnect the battery, inside the cab pull shifter boot off and remove snap ring to remove shifter, next get a block to go under engine remove drive line bolts and be sure E-brake is set and block the wheels, next put bolts from driveline into the read differential in order so you will be able to find them next disconnect the two starter bolts from the starter and tie starter up as not to allow the starter weight to hang on the wires. Remove two bolts holding slave cylinder on let hang off the side do not lose the shaft out of slave. Next remove the transmission mount bolt out next pull four bolts out of transmission cross member, next remove 5 bolts out of bell housing now get a baggie and a couple of rubber bands and pull drive shaft slide baggie over the transmission tail shaft and put on rubber band on bag to keep from losing fluid move drive shaft out of the way. Next disconnect the Speedo cable and wiring harness the reverse switch is at the top so will have to drop the tranny down to keep from breaking wire. Once you have a gap between the transmission and engine put block under back of engine slide the transmission out let the front drop down then lift up on rear of transmission and slide the cross member out of the way. Next slide tranny out of the way next remove the 6 bolts on the clutch assembly turning each bolt 1 and a ½ turns each till clutch is loose remove the clutch pressure plate and the throw out bearing, remove flywheel take to machine shop and have surfaced, replace the clutch plate pressure plate and the throw out bearing reinstall in reverse if you see any oil leaks replace seals, also replace rear transmission seal now if you don’t it will leak next after it is back together be sure you put new fluid in the transmission and bleed the slave cylinder.

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Car not starting, battery is ok, alternator good


floridaguy87: if I am understanding you correctly, you want instructions on how to remove and install the starter in your 1995 Nissan Maxima. If this is the case, HERE GOES:
1. Tools you will need for the job: #6 phillips screw driver, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm combination wrenches, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm (3/8ths drive) sockets, 6 inch (3/8ths drive) extension and a (3/8ths drive) ratchet. It's 1:oo Am and I'm not at my shop, so I can't go and look at a car to check for sure, but I'm pretty sure I've got it covered.
2. Always disconnect the Negative battery cable. Make sure you place it in a manner that will keep it from accidentally falling back and hitting the battey again.
Special note, either take a few pictures of the air cleaner with the hoses attached or label thm, mark the or come up with some sort of reference to eliminate ay questions as to what goes where when you reassemble everything. Read these instructions over fully before going to task.
3. Remove the Air cleaner assembly. You should do this leaving the hoses ans Air mass sensor on the air cleaner assembly. Disconnect the large hose at the throttle body and try to break it loose by rotating it slightly, NOT BY PULLING on it first. Always try to rotate hoses on their fittings first to break them loose before trying to pull them off. If they won't rotate, they won't pull off either!
There are other hoses connected the to hoses going to the aircleaner and the big hose which leads to the throttle body. Becareful in removing them. CAUTION!!!!!!!! The big hose which is for the Air Mass sensor, as it ages, will get dried out and can easily crack and split, so handle it with extreme care!!!!!! Note, there may be bolts inside the air cleaner housing holding it to the inner fender.
4. Once you have the aircleaner off, the starter is right there in front of you, you take the 12mm wrench and remove the nut which holds the positive battery to the starter solinoid. Be careful, rotate the nut counter clockwise. Do not apply a lot of force, you WILL crack the plastic on the solinoid. Disconnect the smaller wire which pulls off.
Some if the connectors require a little latch part to be pinched in order to release them from the part you are pulling the wire from.
5. There are only two bolts which hold the starter onto the bell housing. Usually the bolt requires a 14mm socket to remove them.
These bolts are fairly tight, so be ready to pull hard if need be,
Again, the bolts loosten up counter clock wise.
Remove the bolts and the starter will nearly or will fall out. Always break both bolts loose first and then remove the bolt which is on the side you can't see. Then remove the final bolt. In this fashion, you have better control of how and when the starter comes off.
6. Make sure you compare the parts before you install them.
Then with one bolt in hand, put the starter up in place and put the bolt in the hole you can see, threading it by hand, while supporting the starter. Once it is in a ways, you can put the other bolt in place. If you can not reach the hole with the bolt by hand, put the bolt in the socket and use the extension to reach the bolt into place. Again, therad it in as far as you can by hand. Most of the time, you can thread the bolts all the way in and all you need to do is tighten them with the ratchet. The starter will have one nut loose on the back of it, which is the same location as the one you loostened to remove the battery cable from on the old starter.
Remove the nut and the washer and place the cable end onto the solinoid in about the same position as the one you removed. Put the washer back on followed by the nut. Then us the box end of the wrench to tighten the nut up. Remember, you tighten it too much and you will break the plastic. Usually, when you tichten it, the lock washer, will flaten and it will be tight enough. You should not be able to "LIGHTLY" I stress that point, wiggle the cable up and down, it should be tight. Reconnect the smaller wire and then reassemble the everything in the reverse as you had taken it apart.
Let me know how I did.

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