Question about Nissan Altima
You need to check oil pressure. you need oil pressure gauge and you will need to remove the oil pressure sensor from the back of the engine, just above the oil drain plug. its a single wire connector. the sender is a special socket also. just heads up. remove the sensor and screw in the pressure gauge. run car and observe pressure reading. if pressure is low, then the back timing chain cover gasket is most likely blown out. have seen quite few with than gasket blown out and that will cause low oil pressure.
Posted on Jul 11, 2013
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