Question about 1995 Nissan Maxima
This might be as simple as an oil filter draining down and delaying oil pressure during cold starts.Recomend usage of Nissan factory filters as theirs has a built in check valve to minimize bleed down.Also recomend oil no thicker than 5W30. You may be also faced with a hydralic lash adjuster bleeding down causing momentarily loose clearance in the valve rocker assembly. This particular ratlle would be half of crankshaft speed which would indicate upper end rattle.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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