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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You are incorrect sir. There is a very good Youtube video showing you exactly where it is that is how I changed mine. The Crankshaft is located behind the engine block below and around from the cam sensor which is easly spotted looking at the engine. The crankshaft is in a difficult spot but once you figure out where it is it's easy...ish hope this helps
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
remove the intake manifold ,remove radiator ,remove radiator intake and outake housing, remove fan ,remove all belts: power steering, alternator and if you have a/c, remove harmonic balancer ,remove timing belt covers, remove timing belt remove intake housinng once you have remove all the above, your freaken engine will look naked, you can see the location of the knock sensor is locate in the engine valley
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
SOURCE: 2003 nissan altima
First of all, you'll have to clarify which belt it is you're talking about. Is it a SERPENTINE drive belt or a Timing belt? Two totally different belts.
If its a timing belt, you're in luck as Nissan Altimas have timing chains on the engines which shouldn't need replacing for at the very least 100,000 miles. If you're talking about the serpentine drive belt on the other hand, there's really only one way it can go over the pulleys. One side of the belt it grooved, and one side is smooth. There's only one way it can go over all of the pulleys while having the grooved face sitting on grooved pulley surfaces,... should be really easy to figure out.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
SOURCE: engine is misfiring. 2.5L 2003
one of the small screws that secure the plates to the shaft of the swirl control system inside of intake manifold mostlikely fell out and wound up in the cylinder of the damged plug causing the damage to the plug.there was a recall by nissan to remedy this by replacing screw with threadlocker.contact your local dealer for info.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
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