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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
should be on the front of the dash board or even behind the rear view mirror but i think you will find that you need to have the car plugged in at nissan on there diagnostic machine and have the sensor reset
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
The fuel pump in your 325 is under the rear seat, passenger side. Take the seat out, then pull up the rubber grommet with the wire going through it. Leave the wire alone for now. Peel up the thin rubber insulating mat. It is pre cut by the factory and not glued down. Remove the four nuts (10mm socket) and lift the round plate. Now remove the wire by sliding the plastic plug type housing back and lift the entire plug type housing up. Now, remove the hose clamp and slide the hose back off the plastic tube. If you damage the clamp, buy a new 1/4" clamp at the auto store for .30cents. Now unscrew the steel ring holding the pump in place. Unscrew this ring by tapping the ring with a screw driver and hammer. Remember counterclockwise (off). Now put your finger in the plastic ring molded into the top of the pump and pull up with some force. It is in place with a rubber gasket. Tight, but it will come loose. Be careful not to drop any thing into the tank. On the other side (drivers side) is a float/sensor. When reinstalling, seat the rubber gasket into the hole then drop the new pump/sensor into place. Your tank is like a saddle bag so it has two float/sensors. Time: 25 minutes
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
SOURCE: how to remove bottom section
there should be a couple of bolts one on each side on the floor in front of the seat bottom remove and get in car put your hands down between the top and bottom seats and lift hard
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
SOURCE: How to remove the rear
Pull up the seat cushion with a VERY firm tug upward on each side. There is a pin on each side (right where a person's legs would go about 12-15 inches in from the side of the cushion) that you need to disengage. But the cushion is not bolted down. This can be difficult so often repeated tries are needed.
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
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