Question about Nissan Cars & Trucks
Have problems with my xtrail after cleaning the MAF on the intake,disconected the leads,and shouldn't have.You suggested checking the sensor on the exhaust manifold to see if its carboned up,the problem is their's no room for a normal spanner,and the sensor has a lead with a socket on the end ,so can't use a tube spanner,is their a special tool for this job,also the socket on the lead, is attached to a bracket and dont know how to get it off. hope you can help thank's yours woody
Oxygen sensors have special removal tool . purchase from an auto tool shop or auto specialist shop. They come individually or in packs of 6 as there are many variations of sensors.
Posted on Apr 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: S70 GLT head replacement
the easiest way to remove the head is to completely remove the exhaust manifold from the engine and turbo assy. you CAN just unbolt it from the engine , but it takes a good bit of wiggling to get it off if you are leaving thre manifold in the car
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
SOURCE: O2 check engine light
U may indeed have a faulty MAF or O2 sensor, the way to tell if the MAF or a vacuum leak is at issue is that both O2's will code lean, if only one codes lean then it is most likely just a faulty O2 sensor, I don't have your codes but this is the way we do things at the dealer for problems like yours. Remember the O2's are before the Cat's., after the Cat's they are called Cat efficiency monitors in the book.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Make sure that is the sensor. That should be your oil pressure sensor. Follow the top radiator hose to the thermostat look closest to that for the wire going to the sensor. This should be the temp sensor. Good luck
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
SOURCE: Intake manifold gasket
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
1.9L SOHC Engine
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Check the lower intake gasket again the new gaskets that are being use made out of plastic with rubber port seals sometimes don't seal right I still used gasket sealer with the new plastic gasket even if it has rubber seals. MY 4.2 v6 had that problem but I went ahead and replaced the head gaskets also just to cover all the bases. And my F-150 has 210,000 miles on it. Make sure you tight the bolts I know it probably calls for something like 8 ft lbs which to me is not tight enough. Double it.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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