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I have a 1998 Nissan Altima and my warning lights come on mostly after the car has been running a while. Then they go back off after a couple miles. This seems to be happening more offten in the last week.

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Go to autozone,they will check for free.

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Try this, Since you are applying the hand brake. Manually pull up on the emergency pedal and see if the light goes out. If this does work then you could have one of several problems. but, I am thinking that you might be able to adjust the brake tensioner if this car has one.

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i know all about the vegas heat. i live in henderson. the alternator is going out. the regulator is internal so you have to replace the whole alternator.

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nissans have an issue with crank angle positioning sensor, you must remove it and check for resistance, it definetly sounds like it cause crank sensors sometimes work when cold then shut off.

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Alternator does not usually cause engine to run rough. You can test the alternator with a voltmeter, if you have one. Measure voltage at the battery with engine running (jumper cables removed). Voltage should be 14-15 VDC. If you don't have a voltmeter, take the alternator off and have it tested at the parts store. Most stores will test for free before selling you a new one.
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Hi there, I am a girl (i.e. not car savvy), but I have a 1998 Altima as well, and the first time (4 months ago) I noticed the brake and battery lights on simultaneously, I took it to a Nissan service shop. Everything seemed fine until about a month ago when the symptoms returned. I ignored the problem for 3 days and the car just stopped running, period. Took it back to the shop, figured out it was a fauly alternator, got it sorted, no problem. Today (1 month after replacement), I see the same bloody problem, and I'm taking it back to the shop in the morning. I am wondering... is it the alternator, or something connected to the alternator that is malfunctioning? The 2 alternators put in were "rebuilt" since they didn't have genuine Nissan alternators available. I really hope the dealers aren't taking me for a merry ride.

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