Question about 2004 Nissan Armada
I want to install my oil pump for a 2004 nassan armada suv, but need some type of instruction in taking the oil pump out and putting the oil pump back in. My pressure gauge keep reading high for oil when turn on and I keep hearing a funny sound when I turn on the engine. I need to know how to install pump and sensor to high and low pressure gauge also.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have replaced lots of Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) sensors due to dead batteries. The batteries are not replaceable, so you have to replace the whole sensor, which is part of the valve stem.
You will have to take your vehicle to your local dealer because they have to use CONSULT-II, the Nissan scan tool, to program the new sensor to the vehicle.
These sensors usually run in the $100 range.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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sounds like an oil pressure sening unit un plug it whilf its running and see if the gauge goes too zero,if not then the prob is the gauge, the sending unit is only about 15.00 at auto zone and easy too put in
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
even when you first start it? if so its def a bad gauge you may want to have someon look at it... if it does it after several min then you could either have a bad gauge still or even something wrong internally your best bet is to have it checked! hope this helps
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
hi from uk the only thing i would be concerned about at this moment is the grinding when brakes applied ? this sounds very much like your brake pads are very low and most likely worne to the point of damage(grinding metal to rotor contact) is the sound you hear also the abs will sense this and due to unbalance of braking to each wheel abs will operate however i would have thought your car may have low pads warning indicator light system fitted but may not ? may i suggest considering age and possible high milage of your car ? if you have not had pads inspected recently? you do so asap b4 you drive any distance especially at speed ?
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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Posted on Jun 13, 2011
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