Question about 1994 Nissan Maxima
Hi i am serbscot,to repair ur temp gauge i would check ur temp sender,if u look on the opposite side of the battery close to firewall about roughly 200-300mm away, maybe give it a really good clean.then test car if it still does not work u have to buy an instrument cluster from a *** wrecker and do a swap,its pretty easy,just when u take the stuffed one out make sure u put it in same way.i did mine in one hour or so,i would reccomend filling car with fuel,then adjust needle to full mark. its accurate enough so that u wont run out of fuel.! cheers and good luck!
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
I would tap the dash - it may start to working (and hopefully for a long time(.
If there are several gauges out, it may a be relay (but you don't mention other gauges so probably not this).
The thermocouple might be out.
Best source for maxima info is maxima.org.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First check the fuse, then the power window switch, then the power window motor. More than likely it's the power window switch.
Posted on May 11, 2009
well the temperature control gage is connected to the engine block and consists of 1 wire for the reading of the motor heat either the sensor is going bad or you need to check your coolant levels in the radiator make sure the engine is cool before opening the thermostat cap to the radiator so not to get burnt ...also make sure the wire itself is not grounding out on the engine block to give the gage to give such a readout look to the engine and usually on the drivers side lower the plug wires you should see a plug with a wire coming from it ensure the wire is not rubbing on anything .
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
This is because the rediator cooling fans are not working properly.
Check for the Relay that corresponds with the Fan.
Relay or fuse might be good but it could be the fan that is out and needs to be replaced. if the car over heats for a long time then say bye bye to your engine. I had bad experiences with engines that overheated and either getting cracked head or broken pistons or other problems only the mechanic is able to determine once he looks at it.
Hope that helps. let me know.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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