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I changed head gasket on 91 nissan sentra and went back together with it and I can't seem to get it to fire. There is a blue connector on passnenger side of engine next to intake and can't seem to find where it go's. could this be the problem?

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You will need to set your timing to 10 Degrees (for both the manual and automatic transmissions) The blue connector plugs into the harness, look for another blue plastic female connector and just snap it into place

Click on the link below to read more:

http://www.nissanforums.com/b13-91-94-chassis/72123-head-gasket-changed-engine-wont-start.html

Posted on May 16, 2010

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