Question about 2005 Nissan Xterra
Check your coolant in radiator and in the overflow bottle. make sure its nice and green and not light coffee color. if its light coffee color that you will need a new ****** and a radiator. check that and post results. also what is the check engine light code?? have you scaned it?? if you havent, than do so and post code number.
Posted on Nov 03, 2011
Great truck by the way! Possible cam sensor malfuntion, located at the back of the cylinder head. I'd check the connector first,
just disconnect and visually inspect. If it looks corroded or dirty,
you may use WD-40 on both the sensor and harness connectors. Check the
wires going into the connector for wear. Reconnecting may correct the
problem. Check the simplest first. Get that code read as well, most auto parts stores will read it for free.
Get a Factory Service Manual, it can help diagnose and explain how to remove and replace parts. Here is a link to your 2005 Xterra Service Manual.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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