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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IT SOUNDS LIKE THE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR IS NOT FUNCTIONING PROPERLY. OR IT MAY HAVE AN EXCESS OF CARBON ON THE THROTTLE PLATE AND BORE. REMOVE THE AIR INDUCTION HOSE GOING TO THE THROTTLE BODY AND SPRAY IT ON THE INSIDE WITH CARB AND CHOKE CLEANER, WHILE ABSORBING THE FLUID WITH A CLOTH RAG. PAPER RAGS COME APART, AND GET SUCKED INTO THE BODY AND CAUSE DAMAGE. AN OLD TOOTHBRUSH WORKS WELL AT DISLODGING THE CARBON. IF THE CLEANING DOESN'T HELP, THEN REPLACE THE T.P.S.. HOPE THIS HELPS. BEST OF LUCK.THANK YOU FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED.
Posted on May 11, 2009
If you have a 12v test light you can test each fuse in the fuse box. Connect the test light cable to a good ground. Turn ignition to on/run position and using the test light probe, touch one side of a fuse and then the other side. Test light should light on both sides of the fuse. If it only lights on one side of a fuse then that fuse is blown. It says the amp rating on the fuse. Check all fuses, as there could be more than one fuse blown. Replace fuses with the same rating as the blown fuse. If you don't have a test light, you can get one at any auto parts store or even WalMart has them. Shouldn't be more than 4 or 5 dollars. Hope this helps . Good luck.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Disconnect the battery - both positive and negative terminals and remove battery from holder (better access that way). From underneath - remove the plastic shield underneath the front of the car. It is held on by a few bolts. Remove the upper radiator hose (some coolant will drain out). Also free the cable from the support bracket on the top of the platic fan housing. There is an overflow hose that is also clipped to the fan housing unlcip the hose and move it out of the way. From underneath, push in on the clips and the lower half of the fan housing will come out of the bottom. From the top - remove the two bolts holding the upper part of the fan housing and you should be able to work it out from the top. You should now have better visibility and access to the alternator. Loosen the belt tensioner (from below) and remove the belt. There are two mounting bolts on the alternator, a long one through the alternator and a second on the "dog ear" of the alternator. Once the alternator is free - you can get at the battery cable post and the other wires. The wiring harness can be removed by pressing in on the locking clip. Most difficult is the wiring harness support bracket. A short 10mm wrench can get to it. The alternator is now free but will have to be manipulated forward so that it sits below the fan. Once there - you can reach down from the top, and pull the alternator into the larger gap between the fan blades. While rotating the fan, bring the alternator around with it to the top and it will come out. To reinstall -- do everything in reverse. I recommend replacing the belt so you don;t have to do this again.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Do you want to install a new unit or wht ? u may use this reference to work upon ....
Get yourself a digital multimeter. Find the +12V constant, 12V remote, and ground. Connect them to the new head unit. For speaker wire get yourself a 9V toy battery and listen to poping noise. If you have a factory amp you need to power up the factory amp. Use the wiring diagram below to serve as a guide. Test your wire first before connecting them.
P o w e r
Memory (+12v Constant) Red
Ignition (+12v Switched) (varies) Brown or Green
Ground (-) Black (varies - most don't have one)
Power Antenna Green
S p e a k e r s
Right Front (+) Brown
Right Front (-) Brown/White
Left Front (+) Black
Left Front (-) Black/White
Right Rear (+) Blue
Right Rear (-) Pink
Left Rear (+) Red
Left Rear (-) Green
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
It is listed in the Pathfinder manual:
It is on page 7-20.
Posted on Mar 29, 2012
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