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SOURCE: Starter motor and ignition switch and O2 sensor and pipe 1997 Nissan Maxima

You need to remove all of the air intake and other things behind the battery. The start motor is held in with two bolts. You might need a breaker bar to break loose the one bold as I did. Once you remove all of the air intake equipment. This will help you gain access to the starter motor. You might not need to remove all the air intake equipment I know it made it alot easier for me to remove the starter and I took it to the auto store and had it tested.

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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SOURCE: have 2001 nissan maxima with

i doubt mounts would cause surge. It could be throttle position sensor, camshaft position sensor or Map sensor. It would be good to have a non dealer shop put a computer on it and test it. Otherwise you can remove the sensor and use an ohmeter to make sure you are getting a current reading. If no reading, then sensor is at fault. you can view a free online repair manual at www.autozone.com. It is free to register

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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SOURCE: AC blower motor resistor Nissan Maxima 2000

yeh its located under the passenger side glove box,its in the heater box beside the heater motor ,,2 scews hold it in and it looks like a credit card when its out,,,,

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

canwoodjc
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SOURCE: 1997 Nissan Maxima w/330,000 miles,

most shops will check the mounts for you for free, and replacing the axles will be a normal thing for the amount of miles you have on your car,, ( 2 times) they don't always pop or click when they go bad,, they just GOOOO ,, motor mounts are around 100 bucks,, search prices as they vary a bunch ,, I would suggest you take your car to a transmission shop, and ask them for a normal service,, that way you get the trans serviced, and mention to them about the motor mounts, they will check them for you ,, again shop prices,, I got my trans fluids and filter changed for 39 dollars just last week , and they told me I had a bad muffler mount I was unaware of,, when its up on the rack its so much easier to detect problems,, and this was a cheap way for me to go, and I still got the tarans serviced

Posted on Aug 31, 2011

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SOURCE: 1 HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY 2004 NISSAN

Same here motor mounts first, must be Nissan's procedure to ease you into a transmission job.

Posted on Sep 08, 2011

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most shops will check the mounts for you for free, and replacing the axles will be a normal thing for the amount of miles you have on your car,, ( 2 times) they don't always pop or click when they go bad,, they just GOOOO ,, motor mounts are around 100 bucks,, search prices as they vary a bunch ,, I would suggest you take your car to a transmission shop, and ask them for a normal service,, that way you get the trans serviced, and mention to them about the motor mounts, they will check them for you ,, again shop prices,, I got my trans fluids and filter changed for 39 dollars just last week , and they told me I had a bad muffler mount I was unaware of,, when its up on the rack its so much easier to detect problems,, and this was a cheap way for me to go, and I still got the tarans serviced

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My 2000 nissan maxima shakes when i am setting at stop lights. can you help me figure out what the problem is?


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