Question about 2004 Nissan Sentra
While driving, the engine revs shoots high with no acceleration. After stopping and restarting the car once or more, the car is back to normal again. The gearbox oil level is normal. Diagnostic checks for the gearbox at the dealer did not reveal the causes of the problem. The problem is unpredictable, when it will happen. The car is a 1.3L. engine. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: changed gearbox oil on a
It sounds like you have not put enough oil in, To check the level the vehicle must be running, in neutral. if you can give us s transmission number we can tell you exactly how much and what type of oil should be in it.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
If oil pressure is LOW this vehicle has a safety feature that will prevent vehicle from starting.(check oil level before you start) Now what I wan't you to do is to have the oil pressure switch checked or changed. This may be the reason why this vehicle is not starting or it can also be that the actual oil pressure is low. To check the oil pressure of the vehicle you will need an oil pressure guage. Remove the oil pressure switch and connect guage to oil pressure hole and check oil pressure while cranking vehicle.Some pressure testers can be connected to oil filter housing either is fine. If this vehicle has low oil pressure the reasons for that are bad oil pump, clogged oil pump pick up(from lack of oil change/poor mantainence) or bad connecting rod and main bearings but this usually have a warning from before (the engine will sound loud by knocking /clicking-tapping noise) It this was happening you may need to rebuild this engine or replace it. Good luck and Thanks for using FIX YA
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
You mean there's no dipstick for the tranny? How do you get oil into the tranny to top it off? If you do find a dipstick, check it with the motor running.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
sounds like your thermostat may be stuck shut, blocking the flow of coolant through your engine block. it cools down again because of the cool air coming through the rad.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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