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My raidiator hoses suzz together when cooling down

04 Altima raidiator hoses close flate when car is parked then open when car ts running

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You may have an air pocket in the cooling system. Most hoses have a wire spring inside to prevent collapse.

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Try removing the fuse to the windows and see if that resets the system. I know what your talking about of the 02 Altima, have a issue with mine using to much oil and the dealership says there nothing wrong.

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Hello , you are probably not doing anything wrong. Some garage door openers will not accept some codes. My Toyota Tundra 2005 worked on my garage door , but my 2004 F250 would not. Quinn , Arizona

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i think that you have an issue with your wiring harness under the wiper colweling. nissan has issues with those harnesses right under the cowling on the l/h side of car. the problem is right under the l/h wiper, where the harness rubbs on the wiper arm assembly and wires get exposed and whole bunch of issues develop, just like the ones that you are talking about. i had one where fans came on along with lights and other problems. I would look in there. remove the wiper arms and colwing and look at the harness on l/h side where it surves to 90 degrees. good luck.

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SOURCE: trouble is insufficient coolant temp. for closed loop fuel control on 96 altima

How old is the battery? Are the connections clean and tight? Have your starting, charging system check and replace your thermostat. Good luck to you.

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