Question about 2005 Nissan Altima
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try to pull the steering wheel really hard to the left and right while trying to swith on the ignition at the same time usually that will free it up and go back to normal Good luck! Ed
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
SOURCE: Rear wheel brakes lock up
It could be a couple of things..Either you have a fluid leak and its getting on the brake pads making them grab or it could be the abs system itself.. There is a speed sensor on the rear axle which also controls the abs.. That can be changed easily and isnt too expensive.. Kip
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
SOURCE: Wheel Lock Key
next time your at your mechanic have him remove all the lock and have him put standard nuts on.
we do this for most of our customers.
also he wont need the key to remove your locks most shops have to tools to remove them.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
Not that you haven't checked, but most of them stored in the glove box or the trunk where the spare is kept.
Anyway, if you are looking for a key, they come in various colors, but you must specify color needed [red, green, yellow, silver,black]. Pop the emblem in the center of the hubcap and see if there is a colored circle or if the bolt head has a color dot on it. Once you find the color you need, they are available online or local for ~ 5-10 bucks. Check your parts stores, hubcap/wheel stores, tire shops for help finding or using one.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
I don't know if the brakes dragging would cause the shaking or not but I will ask a question or two.
Does the car steer to the right or left when you apply the brakes? This would be caused by any leaking fluid or if one side is dragging heavily. This is because when the brakes heat up too much they begin to fade and loose there stopping power. If one side is dragging the car will pull to the other side when you apply the brakes.
You need to make shure that the brakes are clean and dry. Free from all grease or break fluid.
If a wheel is dragging the rotor will overheat and will cause "Blueing" of the rotors or they will look like they have small cracks in them.
Also did the shaking start imediatly after all the work or did it take a while?
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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