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Relays are located in many places on vehicles. You would have to know what relay in particular you were looking for to find it's exact location. Fuses are easy to find, they are in the compartment right in front of your left knee on the lower section of the front of the dash, the drivers side of the dash between the door and the dash or sometimes under the hood. There is a door that pulls off to reveal the fuses, the door will have a diagram of the fuse locations. Here is a link from the internet with more information. Interior Fuse Box Location 1998 2001 Nissan Altima 1998 Nissan Altima...
under the hood left hand side near the wind sheild is a plug in.(driver's side) Unplug and cruise control will stop working. Found this out as my c/c stopped working and friend found unpluged connection.
Inside the car where you broke the handle off the hood release you will have to look under the handle or behind the dash to find the cable that it was attached to. IF you find the cable you can grab it with a pair of pliers and pull it to release the hood. It works just like bicycle brakes if you know what i'm saying. Very simple. You shouldn't have any issues finding it. THanks.
did you remember the 10mm nut and battery cable connection? also the regulator plug connections to the alternator unit? check also small fuse box under hood near battery tray, for 7.5amp fuse labeld alt-s is the fan belt tight?
you either have the wrong type of fluid in it or the pump is going out. to change pump take the right side\passenger side tire off and remove the plastic cover and get to work (youll need a pully puller to get the pully off the pump fyi)