Question about 2001 Nissan Altima
Cant turn heater fan off or change speed
Hi Tina,could be your blower motor resistor,it's located next to the blower,2 screws hold it on,remove electrical connector first,take to Autozone and get a new one,if it doesn't fix,they will take back and refund your money Tina.here's a link to the resistor Tina. Duralast Heater Blower Motor Resistor JA1219 at AutoZone com Here's a link showing you the resistor Tina. Repair Guides Blower Motor Removal Installation AutoZone com
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
once you have access to the fuel pump, there is a cover that comes off...usually 4 bolts, then you will have access to the gas tank. Nissan is great for fuel pump replacements, you don't have to drop the tank. anyways, once the access panel is removed you will see the tank, and the wiring that goes to the fuel pump. the pump/sending unit is held in by 8 or 10 small screws. once he cleans the area he will see this easier. these can be a pain so tell him to take his time and get a good grip on the screws so he doesn't strip them. be careful removing/installing, these are fragile items. good luck with this, its real easy and you will be satisfied that you did the work yourself. let me know the outcome.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Which engine ? Put a drain pan under top radiator hose. There should be a cast part attached. Remove, you will see thermostat, pull install new, clean old gasket off, install new gasket with ORANGE HIGH TEMP PERMATEX SILICONE, re-assemble
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
that is part of the throtle linkage,the plastic ends wear out, replace that arm, you may have to get from the dealer.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
USUALLY THE VSS IS LOCATED ON THE TRANSMISSION HOUSING. RAISE THE VEHICLE ON THE JACK FOLLOWING SAFETY MEASURES( APPLYING HANDBRAKE AND WHEEL STOPPERS); LOCATE THE VSS, DISCONNECT THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION AND REMOVE THE BOLTS ATTACHING THE VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR. REPLACING IS THE THE REVERSE.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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