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Should i do a muffler delete?
No. There are several reasons why there is a muffler on your car in the first place. First of all is noise. No offense or anything but your car roaring down the road like a noisy piece of junk isn't cool.
Second, the engine is tuned to operate optimally with the muffler attached. Removing it will screw up the pressure ratio for your engine and will mess with your engine.
This is a ?tupid modification that isn't going to do anything but make a bunch of awful sounding noise and reduce your engines power output. Spend your time and money doing something else that is actually benefiting your car. Nice speakers, better tires, better fuel. Don't waste time or money on messing up your car.
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 Nissan Altima
the black smoke indicates the engine is flooding first check your plugs and take note of the one or ones that are darker than the others ( a tannish brown color is good) if you find you need to change your plugs also change your distributor cap rotor button and plug wires. Keep in mind especially with the wires you get what you pay for. good luck
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
it should be located under the hood somewhere on the firewall.If in doubt the parts store where you get the filter can look it up in the same book the look your filter up in
Posted on Jun 07, 2012
Sounds like you have a bad connection at the blower motor plug. Have you checked under the glove box where the blower motor is? Usually has a big plug with 2 heavy gauge wires. that might be melted or getting a bad connection. Try holding the plug to one side or wiggle it to see if turns off blower. If not, check your resistor that controls your fan speed, located near the fan on your a/c ducts. Usually has a plug with 4 0r 5 wires held up by 2 screws. The wires are heavy gauge as well
Posted on Jun 20, 2012
There is a special procedure involved in keying your fob to your car once the battery has been changed. You must lock and open the door with your key. Turn the ignition to "on"(not start) then push the fob's open and close button, then shut off ignition. This procedure is done everything the key battery is changed. Hope this can help you!
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Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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