Question about 2002 Nissan Xterra
I need to change the driving belts on my Xterra. Does anyone have step by step instructions on how to do this?
That should be right if it is an idler pulley. On belts that do not have idler pulley you will have to loosen lock bolt on adjuster. Like alternator
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Try spraying penetrating lubricant or graphite into it, wiggle and try. Spray inside and press the button and spray between the button and the housing. If this dosen't work you can try looking into the seat belt with a flash light and see if you can see anything moving compare with a belt that works properly. If not successful you will have to replace the seat belt assembly as they cannot be taken apart as they are a safety item and are replaced as an assembly.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
Open the back lift door. Inside next to the lights there are screws that need to be removed before you can get the whole parking light off. After you get the screws out, you will have to force the whole plastic light cover to get to the burn out light. Once you get the whole light out, replace the bulb and follow the process in reverse.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
DRAIN SOME BRAKE FLUID FROM MASTER CYLINDER USING A LARGE SYRINGE THAT BAKERY USE.DONT REMOVE TOO MUCH ABOUT 2/3 THIRDS.THIS ALLOW ROOM FOR FLUID WHEN YOU COMPRESS CALIPER PISTON.AFTER REMOVING SOME BRAKE FLUID.SAFELY RAISE AND SUPPORT VECHICLE USING JACK STANDS.REMOVE FRONT WHEELS OR TIRES.THEN REMOVE THE TOP BOLT FROM CALIPER.AND SWING THE CALIPER OPEN AND REMOVE THE PADS.COMPRESS THE BRAKE CALIPER PISTON USING A LARGE C CLAMP.USE A PIECE OF WOOD 4 INCHES LONG AND WIDE.PLACE IT AGAINST THE PISTON AS YOU TIGHTEN THE C CLAMP TO COMPRESS PISTON BACK IN BORE.BECAREFUL NOT TO DAMAGE PISTON AND SEAL. WHEN DONE.INSTALL NEW BRAKE PADS.THEN PUT IN THE TOP BOLT TO BRAKE CALIPER THEN PLACE THE WHEELS OR TIRES BACK ON VECHICLE.LOWER VECHICLE TO THE GROUND MAKE SURE THERE IS BRAKE FLUID IN MASTER CYLINDER. THEN PUT TOP BACK ON MASTER CYLINDER .PUMP THE BRAKE PEDAL UNTIL BRAKES FEEL SOLID. THEN REMOVE MASTER CYLINDER CAP ADD MORE BRAKE FLUID TO CORRECT LEVEL.THEN PLACE CAP BACK ON.YOU ARE BACK IN BUSINESS.MAKE SURE BRAKES FEEL SOLID BEFORE GETTING ON HIGHWAY.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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