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indicator wires are usually yellow for right and green for left if not go straight to plug on the back of the indicator, use a test light to find live wire.the colour of the wire should'nt change right to the fuse box or relay
Have any of them checked the power steering pump, if the relief valve is jammed open it will cause the loud squealing sound also. Get them to check this.
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Hello mike_potts07: My name is Roger and I will answer your question. The suggested miles to change your timing belt is 60,000 miles. This is manufacturers recommended service interval. Also this motor is an interference motor. What that means is if the timing belt breaks. The valves in the head will be hit by the pistons. This will bend all valves that are open at that time.
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if you have the 3.3L or the 3.8L, it has a timing chain and not a belt. if you have the 3.0L belt replacement is every 60,000 miles.
If it ia belt you will only need to purchase the belt around 40 dollars
Hi. if your timeing belt has not been changed that would be the noise it will make. you should get done right away because if that belt breaks you motor will need a new top end. I hear them all the time when the belt is getting to go and the way you explained it. It sounds like you need one today. It will cost you about 500. hope i was a help to you and good luck. P.S. change that belt every 60,000 miles.
well maybe there was some mis-communication there , nissan stopped using timing belts in sentra's and actually most all models in 2000 , maybe they were telling you that your serpentine belt needed changed ? but to answer your question , you do not have a timing belt in your 2002 nissan sentra . its a chain . thanks