Question about 2004 Nissan Sentra
I did a diagnostic test and also checked the transmission no problem was identified, so i am confused.
You now need to have the issues properly diagnosed
You didn't do that,you had it just checked for codes,
unless you have something to add to your statement
That tells you nothing
Did you not go along for a road test,have to do that
every time before you leave any vehicle?
If it slams for you,it slams for a repair shop,so it seems
strange your here,why wasn't something tested or some
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: nissan sunny mod 96 dtc codes
There is a connector under the steering column, you need to buy an OBD 2 system scanner to plug into that connector and access the codes. The system is always in diagnostic mode, OBD 2 stands for On Board Diagnostics second generation.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
First from the fuel tank in side the fuel tank there is filter remove the screws on the top where the fuel gauge fitted when you remove gauge you can see fillter that is one sometimes blocked.
Next if you check fuel filter it is ok, but nissan sunny has fuel filter inside the caburator where fitted fuel pipe from the fillter clean that filler.
ather thiing is check your connections any leak or loose.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
There is a leak somewhere in the evaporative emission control system. The best way to test that is have a smoke test done on it to find out where the leak is. You'll have to call around to see if any repair shops have a smoke machine, or call a dealer.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
You might need to change the ECM (computer) and you may be able to put in an oil cooler instead of changing the radiator.
Another way to go would be to contact your local automotive junk yard and purchase a wrecked vehicle that is the same as yours except automatic. The vehicle would need to be damaged in a way that doesn't effect the parts you are interested in. You would then have everything needed to swap over including peddle assembly, steering column or console, linkages, wiring, switches, cross-member, flywheel, driveshaft, correct speedometer gears, cooling lines, radiator and so on.
Posted on May 02, 2011
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