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Remove the barrel shaped spring clip over the end of the cable ball and it just lifts off. Use a flat blade screwdriver to remove the spring clip, a 2 second job. Done dozens of them if not hundreds at my Ford dealer.
Using the wooden handle end of a hammer, push the piston and connecting rod assembly outward until piston rings clear cylinder bore. Remove piston and connecting rod assembly through top of cylinder block.
I'm not really familiar with the Titan, but if Nissan has followed all the other manufacturers that I am aware of that make light duty vehicles, there are no lubricating points you can service with a grease gun. At one point in time, years ago, the ball joints, tie rods ends, idler arms drag links and even the control arms had grease fittings or plugs you could unscrew and install to put grease fittings in. Maybe a few manufacturers still do, but I haven't seen any late model vehicles so far with that option. They are all sealed and if a boot is damaged, there goes your grease! I have an old 1970 Datsun 521 pick up that has 21 points in the front end you can put a grease gun to.
Removing the idle air control solenoid and pintle assembly and clean it? Sometimes carbon or gunk can cause the pintle to not seat all the way in the bore and cause a high idle condition. You should also clean the throttle bore and make sure that the throttle blade contacts it's stop. If you notice that the throttle blade isn't contacting it's stop you might have carbon holding the blade open or the throttle cable isn't adjusted properly. NOTE:Use carb cleaner
Also inspect for vacuum leaks. Vacuum leaks after the throttle blade will cause a high idle and lean condition.
I would do those things first before condemning the whole IAC assembly
This then reason your TCS light is on> This indicates a problem with the abs system.You will have to have the abs
computer scanned to determine where the problem is.I suggest contacting the
dealer and let them know what is going on,they will only find the problem if the
light is on.This way you may be able to set it up with them so you can just stop
by with the light on and have it scanned.Make sure you son't shut the car off
when you get there!Hope this helps! Thanks
Get a replacement tension spring from the dealer. This spring is visible when you flip the wiper arm into the up position. Seems as though your tension spring may be weak which will cause poor wiping performance.
You will have to remove the wiper arm to replace it as it has to be installed in the down position..
There may not be enough pressure on the wiper arm to press the blade onto the glass. Or, if you have been replacing the blade only, replace the entire cartridge and blade.
Check the spring tension on the wiper arm as well and the shoulder pin connecting it to the wiper motor to see if it is loose. If it is much looser than the passenger side, then put in a new wiper arm assembly. If it is not loose, check to see if it is bent...then you may just be able to get away with bending it back into position.
I had a similar problem on my Jeep. I tried replacing the blades and it didn't fix anything....just wasted some money. I used WD-40 and still nothing. After 3 winters I decided to try something simple. I put pressure on the base to brace it and tried bending the distal end towards the vehicle. I didn't see it move at all. But it was worth a shot. I turned it on and it contacted perfectly; it operated the way it was when I first got the truck. Good look and I hope this works for you nor is it too late since you posted 2 months ago.