Question about Nissan Pulsar
I have just recently changed the distributer replaced the air flow sensor with a second hand part. spark plugs oil and filter change
I would look at the fan switch plug see if you plugged it back in. You can hear the switch click right before the fan kicks on. Open the hood start the car let it get to operating temp watch the fan make sure it kicks on. If not look at the wired plug that connects to the temp switch if its all secure but the fan doesnt kick on. Look for the relay fuse check it if good then the switch is bad.
Posted on Apr 06, 2015
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