Question about Nissan Altima
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depending on how many miles you have on your vehicle, i would check with the dealer on that year car .. They usually warranty catalytic converters for 8yrs or 96,000 miles . Its worth checking if it gives you a free replacement..
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: stick shift # Automatic RPM
The gear ratios on a manual transmission are fixed, that's why it's a manual. If you get 3000 rpm at 75 mph, that means you will see 3200 rpm at 80 mph, 3400 rpm at 85 mph, etc. The two quantities are directly proportional, a fixed ratio for each gear. You would get a lower rpm with a 6-speed manual but still it's a fixed ratio.
On a car with automatic transmission, it can be more complicated. Most transmissions nowadays have various "overdrive" modes that keep the rpm low if you're going steady at a high speed. Some even have continuous gear ratios, so it's hard to say "what gear" you are really in. In general, the rpm will be lower on the highway with an automatic and that's normal.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Inadequate fuel pressure, change the fuel filter first, make sure the car sits for at least two hours before replacing the fuel filter because these fuel lines are under high pressure during the time of operation. The pressure usually decreases over time in the lines but wear safety glasses just the same, I would recomend depressurizing the fuel system first, buy a Haynes repair manual for detailed procedure to be safe. If problem persists go to Auto Zone and ask them to check for trouble codes these codes if present may instuct you in detail to replace the MAF sensor or give you a code that must be looked up to find the problem.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
No....the rpms differ from engine to engine and from manufacturer to manufacturer. RPM's are always higher at higher speeds.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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