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1996 nissan 1400 champ shakes the engine on idling and cuts off.secondly its not accelarating and making some sqicking noise in the engine.


Have you checked for any vacuum leaks ? Have you done a complete and proper tune up ? Any codes in ECM or an engine light on ?

Dec 07, 2016 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Nissan 1400 champ shakes the engine and cuts off on idling.when driving its making some sqicking noise and not accelarating


is it running the stock engine
or is something else in the engine bay

if still carby -- old school
check float and vacuum
timing and points gap

squeaking noise
water pump
drive belt loose or an alternator bearing
if manual gearbox
clutch throw out bearing

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Dec 07, 2016 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Why is the oil filter bone dry?


Blocked oil line to broken oil pump all of the suggestions I can come up with can mean that the continued running of the engine will result in engine damage and failure
Or complete rebuild will be required

Sep 19, 2016 | 2010 Nissan Sentra

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I have a nissan 1400 champ and is leaking oil on the front part of the manual 5 speed gearbox and the rear part of the gearbox. I have replaced the crankshaft oil seal but i still have oil leaking on


There are seals on the front and rear of the transmission. If the clutch wasn't covered in engine oil, then replacing the crankshaft seal wasn't necessary. Reseal the transmission.

Sep 29, 2014 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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I drive a Nissan 1400 bakkie (not a champ) i drives good and then starts jerking and wants to die as soon i i give petrol it sounds like its smothering


hi, personally ..i love that bakkie. Ok you changed points condensor, petrol filter! please check.. When it cuts out 1. if the ignition coil is not hot, if so thats your problem.2. also on the carb... over the needle and seat there is a tiny filter... somtimes gets blocked. 3. also check when it stolls if the fuel pump is not hot or pull the outlet fuel from the pump
and crank the engine... note if fuel comes out sufficiently.

May 21, 2014 | 2006 Nissan 1400 Bakkie

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We are overhaulin a 4hf1 engine. There seems to be no oil circulation. The oil light is not going off too. We have purchased a new replacement oil pump but no change.


Oil pressure switch is on the opposite side of engine to oil filter so the oil has to have pressure through the crank to go off.
To trace:
1. Remove sump/oil pan and remove oil pump.
2. Check oil pump turning it by hand.
3. Is the oil outlet pipe going to filter connected? There is s rubber O ring at the top too. Check.
4. Remove oil filter and check gallery pump to filter using compressed air.
5 If ok check oil filter to engine gallery as above. You might have to loosen the main bearings so that the oil gallery is not restricted by the bearings.
6. Remove oil pressure switch and blow jouna from tha end as well.
7. All that done and with oil OK down there chech if you are getting oil on the rockers after starting engine. If OK then you are done. If not check head gasket installation.

Sep 01, 2011 | 1995 Isuzu Pickup

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96 nissan altima with ne water pump and thermostat


1. Improper water circulation: Sometimes, eventhough you are sure that you have enough water on your radiator, your car still overheats. It might probably be that the water is cannot circulate properly, which results to improper cooling process. There are several reasons for this which you can discover by yourself. To verify if the water circulates properly, start your engine without the radiator cap. If water circulation is good, you should notice that the water pops smoothly over the top but still retains the amount. Another way to check, detach one of the ends of your radiator hose from your radiator and see if water flows continously over.
If water doesn’t circulates well, check the thermostat if it’s open. It should be open, meaning clean, and the water can pass through it.
If thermostat is clean and still the water doesn’t circulate properly, then you have to check the water pump. That’s probably where the problem is. A little leak on the pump will cause improper flow of water through the radiator system.
If you are sure that the problem is not about water circulation, another thing you can consider is check the engine oil. Very low amount of oil can cause greater friction of the mechanical system of your engine. If it’s not time to change oil yet, you can add over some amount of oil until advisable amount is reached.
While we can’t be always sure about our engine, especially if it’s not new, we should be prepared when it happens. Bringing extra gallon of water in your trunk will surely help.

Jul 28, 2010 | 1996 Nissan Altima

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