I got a 1993 Nissan Pulsar N14 and the Fuel Guage goes down very fast. To make it go to correct measure I have to hit the back of the Dashboard. Now It dosen't even show any fuel in the tank even that I've just Toppped it up. Plz Help!
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Some Nissans put that relay and 3 others above or on the fuse panel under the dash. Far left one was the Accessory relay, then the Ignition relay, next was the ECCS relay (the ecu relay), and last on the right was the fuel pump relay, if I recall correctly. I'm pretty sure everyone was exact same relay, same part number. I also believe the fuel pump fuse was in that fuse panel.
The Engine light is a generic indicator that some component or part of a system is not functioning correctly; could be fuel, emissions, ignition, etc. Auto Zone or Advance Auto will scan the vehicle for trouble codes for free. These codes will indicate where the problem is.
First go to ur dealer and SCAN/DiAGNOSE ur computer w/ their computer.
Mostly that model has a computer problem that inhibits the temperature and fan from operating properly!
Seen that problem when I used to work in nissan!
Check that first and tell me wut happen!
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That FAST BLiNKiNG means one of the bulb in the right signal light is BUSTED and needs to replace, turn on your HAZZARD switch and look at the right side and inspect what bulb is malfunctioning!
Assuming that you have a VE Bosch pump more or less mechanical pump, but controlled by a magnetic actuator.. Firstly you need ot buy a cheap small dial guage and make an adaptor with a m8 fine thread to screw into the middle hole in the pump injector block and support your dial guage. I picked up a m8x20mm fine thread bolt and drilled a tight hole in it into which the dial guage stem tightly fits. This screw to remove is a blanking plug and has a copper washer to seal it. The adaptor is to hold the dial guage firmly while you take measurements. You probably will then need to make an extension finger to the dial guage movement. I used a piece of brass wire with a washer soldered onto its end. This is to measure the amount that the plunger lifts off being closed. Test before you install the pump into the engine body that it shows the opening and closing on a rotation of the pump shaft. That means you have to have a plunger that touches the lifter inside. Align up the markers on the pump gear, the vacuum pump and the intermediate gear. Shoehorn in the pump. Lightly tighten the three clamping screws/nuts. Wind the engine(pump) around and get a feel for the guage moving up and down. Set the engine on TDC. and rotate the pump body until it shows a lift of 0.38mm +-0.02mm (apparently this pump has a very small lift compared with many pumps). It is just starting to open. Wind the engine back and then move it forward again to negate backlash in the gears and check that it is still correct and your guage has not slipped. Tighten the bolts and remove the guage, fit the pipes etc etc. Note that the pump lift plunger has a hole in it, so you have to make your extension finger to the dial guage sit over the hole.