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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Nissan Frontier timing belt
Timing belts are found on the 3.3L engines, timing chains are on the 2.4L engines. The 2002 3.3L Timing belt is changed at 105K during the major service. This service can run over one thousand dollars. It is recommended to replace the belt, tensioner and idlers, cam and crank seals, water pump, and both belts when changing the timing belt. That way, you only open up the front of the engine every 105K. Why change the timing belt and have a water pump start leaking only 20K later and ruin the belt with antifreeze? Other items during the 105K are a major tune up with all the fluids changed and a lube. This does get expensive. You can break it up into several blocks of time and spread the related service items out over a few months to take some of the sting off.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
hi..the transaxle converter clutch . tcc. uses a solenoid -operated valve located in the automatic transaxle to mechanically couple the engine flywheel to the output shaft of the transmission through the torque converter.that reduces the slippage loss in the converter.reducing emissions.but check the vss first.which is called the vehicle speed sensor.they both work together .if the vss is not working right it wont call on the tcc.
check this out..
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
If you engine is a 2.4 liter it's on the passenger side center of the engine compartment, the hoses from the fuel filter conncts to the throttle assembly . You may have to remove the air filter housing to see it. It is a round canister hoses held on with fuel line clamps. hope this helps
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
the knock sensor on a 3.5L should be just under the exhaust ports on the right side of the engine if you're facing the side with the pulleys and crank(front) for the life of me, I cant remember if the engine is mounted longitudinally or tranversely in the frontiers.....lol. There should be a wire going to a small black thing thats just kind of there,... its really easy to miss. if you can, check the nissan forums or somewhere online the e-manual that should have the exact placement of it in diagrams.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
the tcc solenoids are in the transmission,but the computer sees that the torque converter didn't lock up,so it blames the solenoid in charge of doing that,
but you will probably find the converter is going bad,a tranny shop will be able to verify which is not working.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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