Question about 2005 Nissan Altima
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 altima fuel pump
The tank does not need to be dropped. There is a access panel either under the cushion of the rear seat or in the trunk. I have to replace the pump on my 02
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: Water Pump
Check out the autozone.com website and register the car there. It's free and will give you an online repair manual for the car. The steps for replacing the water pump can be found there. Hope this helped and best wishes.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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1. Improper water circulation: Sometimes, eventhough you are sure that you have enough water on your radiator, your car still overheats. It might probably be that the water is cannot circulate properly, which results to improper cooling process. There are several reasons for this which you can discover by yourself.
To verify if the water circulates properly, start your engine without the radiator cap. If water circulation is good, you should notice that the water pops smoothly over the top but still retains the amount. Another way to check, detach one of the ends of your radiator hose from your radiator and see if water flows continously over.
If water doesn’t circulates well, check the thermostat if it’s open. It should be open, meaning clean, and the water can pass through it.
If thermostat is clean and still the water doesn’t circulate properly, then you have to check the water pump. That’s probably where the problem is. A little leak on the pump will cause improper flow of water through the radiator system.
If you are sure that the problem is not about water circulation, another thing you can consider is check the engine oil. Very low amount of oil can cause greater friction of the mechanical system of your engine. If it’s not time to change oil yet, you can add over some amount of oil until advisable amount is reached.
While we can’t be always sure about our engine, especially if it’s not new, we should be prepared when it happens. Bringing extra gallon of water in your trunk will surely help.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
when installing the thermostat, did you make sure the jiggle or little hole was at noon or the top position ? and the water control valve that goes with it ? if not, the air is not getting out and the coolant ain't getting in properly so no heat
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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