Question about 2002 Nissan Altima
Windshield resovoir tank leaking how do I fix it or is there a missing cap
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Don't forget to change the filter with each oil change. When you change the oil, the soot from combustion sticks to the inside of the motor and does not all come out with the oil. Also there is always a little old oil here and there in the motor that does not drain out, and that will give it's color to the new oil. You can have your motor rinsed, but it is more important to change the filter regularly. Stay with one brand of oil, don't switch around. You can change the viscosity (30w/40w) from summer to winter. It's not a great idea to have thick oil in a motor if it gets below freezing outside. A rattle can be a heat shield coming loose, you'll have to have help to find it.
Posted on May 01, 2009
You have to identify where the oil is leaking. Check the spark plugs if it has oil, you may just need to replace the oil seal in the plugs. If you meant actual burning from the exhaust, you may want to check the head gasket and the piston rings if the oil seeps into the combustion chamber.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
SOURCE: washer reservoir access
noI you have to remove the front grill to get to the washer reservoir Nissans are a pain for the location of their washer fluid positions. you have to remove the blinker lights and remove the grill by turning the sloted plastic counter clockwise 1/4 of a turn then pull the grill away from the plastic piece once all 5 have been twisted and are not holding the grill you can lft the grill out and get to the bottle, if you can see the leakand can patch it with 5 minute epoxy withour removing it that would work too.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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