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Name of a part for nissan altima that appears to be a cross member in the back of the car attached to the drive train

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A nissan dealer parts guy will show you an illustrated parts breakdown for free, or you could buy one on eBay for about 5 bucks. then you will know the name, the part number, the minutes of labor required to replace it, the dealer cost for the part, and most likely the other models and years the part can be found on, as you are going to be looking in junkyards for the part.

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I jus brought and 1995 nissan altima. One of the radiator fans does work and I was wondeing if that could make the car shake? It only shakes midly but when i turn on the ac it shakes bad.

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How do i replace a starter in a 2003 gmc envoy xl

It was a huge pain doing this without instructions. Here is what I learned from trial and error.
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To access the starter, you will need to remove the lower right exhaust.
To accomplish that, place a hydraulic jack under the 4wd transfer case and remove the cross-member (4 vertical bolts in the mount, 2 horizontal bolts on each side, and 4 vertical bolts on each side underneath hold up the cross member). Lower the drive train a bit so you can reach around the transmission to unplug the 2 right-side O2 sensors (to see what the plug looks like, look at the rear left-side of the cross-member).
Cut the exhaust in half (in the middle of the vehicle), remove the bolts from the muffler, and the right manifold. You may also want to loosen the left manifold bolts. (make sure you have extensions, a breaker bar, and some penetrating oil). You may need to raise the drive train again to get the section of the manifold out. Once that is out of the way, take the 2 bolts out of the starter, and the sockets to remove the wires should be 8mm, and a deep 13mm. You may need a special folding ratchet to get to the other side of the starter.
To put the exhaust back together again, cut about a half inch more from the place you cut the exhaust and piece it together with a 2-1/2" coupler and clamps from Autozone.

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I need to replace the transmission mount on a '94 1500 4.3L, 4X4. Which is easier, support the transmission and remove the cross member or release the engine mount bolts and raise the drive train? Tks

Supporting the transmission while removing the cross-member is easier. You will have the engine mount holding the whole thing in precise place, while you deal with the crossmember, and the transmission.

Comparing: if you release the engine mount bolts and jack up the drive-train, the whole thing would shift, and you could have trouble when the cross-member fails to go up well enough.

On the other hand, if the cross-member bolts fail to release due to "home-mechanic" syndrome, you have only the first option.

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