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When to change a timing belt on a nissian altima

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SOURCE: timing belt 1994 nissan altima

My 1994 Altima has a timing chain on it and these are supposed to last the life of the engine. I would say unless you can really hear the problem then to leave it alone.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Does the 1996 Nissian Maxium have a timing belt or timing chain?

The 1996 Maxima has a timing Chain according to the Haynes Repair Manual for Nissan Maxima 1993-2001.

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SOURCE: how to change a fuel pupmp in a 1994 nissian

once you have access to the fuel pump, there is a cover that comes off...usually 4 bolts, then you will have access to the gas tank. Nissan is great for fuel pump replacements, you don't have to drop the tank. anyways, once the access panel is removed you will see the tank, and the wiring that goes to the fuel pump. the pump/sending unit is held in by 8 or 10 small screws. once he cleans the area he will see this easier. these can be a pain so tell him to take his time and get a good grip on the screws so he doesn't strip them. be careful removing/installing, these are fragile items. good luck with this, its real easy and you will be satisfied that you did the work yourself. let me know the outcome.

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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SOURCE: at what milage should a timing belt be changed on

60-80,000 miles is a great benchmark for ANY vehicle. nissan recomends 105,000 miles which seems a little excessive to me. be careful because this engine is listed as an interference motor and WILL cause internal engine damage if it was to break.

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

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