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I need to take the front clip off a 1997 nissan truck. How do I do it

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Remove all the bolts that are attached to the frame under and above.

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How do you fix the water pump on a 1997 nissan maxima? Where is the water pump located on a 1997 nissan maxima?


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I need to remove the front rotors


here's a good instructional video on replacing the rotors... any more information you need feel free to ask.

http://www.monkeysee.com/play/11914-how-to-replace-brakes-brake-pads-and-rotors

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How do I replace the headlight on a 97 Nissan pickup


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First turn the steering wheel all the way to the right. Then use some pliers to carefully remove the plastic retaining clips that hold the splash guard in place in the right front wheel-well. You should now be able to see the oil filter (incidentally this is how you access the oil filter). Remove the oil filter. You should now be able to see the PCV valve and its hose which connects to the intake manifold. Use pliers and loosen/slide the retaining clip up the hose a couple of inches (this will alow the PCV valve to rotate as you unscrew it). Use a "stubby" open wrench to unscrew the PCV valve. With the PCV valve removed from the crankcase it is now easier to remove it from the hose. Reverse the process with a new PVC valve and you are finished. Appoximate time 30- 45 minutes.

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