Question about Nissan Frontier
Posted by Anonymous on
Given the amount of clutter on the top of the engine you need the help of a good home mech to ensure everything goes back correctly.
Posted on Nov 05, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The factory manual is the only one worth buying, you can also join alldata.com they have factory manuals. As far as the job goes you must remove whatever is in the way, some cars there is little or nothing, but like yours many components must be removed, I would have the written manual in hand before starting the job to avoid costly down time, all you need is the gasket and a good can of spray cleaner, a few razor blades would help, as the old gasket will be as hard as rock.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
SOURCE: 2002 Nissan Frontier timing belt
Timing belts are found on the 3.3L engines, timing chains are on the 2.4L engines. The 2002 3.3L Timing belt is changed at 105K during the major service. This service can run over one thousand dollars. It is recommended to replace the belt, tensioner and idlers, cam and crank seals, water pump, and both belts when changing the timing belt. That way, you only open up the front of the engine every 105K. Why change the timing belt and have a water pump start leaking only 20K later and ruin the belt with antifreeze? Other items during the 105K are a major tune up with all the fluids changed and a lube. This does get expensive. You can break it up into several blocks of time and spread the related service items out over a few months to take some of the sting off.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
That should be right if it is an idler pulley. On belts that do not have idler pulley you will have to loosen lock bolt on adjuster. Like alternator
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
The entire bed line will need to be removed. The long screws that hold the metal bracet where the bed extender attaches also hold the tail light assembly in place.
I pulled the bed liner up at a 45 degree angle and layed it on top of the cab. This revealed the screws. Take both screws out and lay to the side along with the metal bracket for the bed extender.
Now firmly grab the edges of the tail light assembly and pull...there are 2 hard rubber nipples that snap in to hold the assembly. You will feel like you might break it but you won't..just pull straight back hard. The assembly will "POP" out and then you can just twist the back of each bulb there are (3) and pull out..now you will see the bulbs..just pull the bad bulb straight out and push the new one into place. Now just reassemble. Total time will be 30-45 min. for this repair.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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