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I have a coolant leak coming from the front of the engine. looks like it is leaking around the cam shaft pulley. The vehicle is a 2001 Nissan Frontier v6

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  • ronnorville Sep 06, 2008

    my radiator have a crack on the top,under the cap,how do i remove the radiator to change or patch it with plastic steel poxy? its a nessan sentra xe.



    i have already taken of the fans and main hose,,having problems getting the radiator out,

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    front driveshaft removal Nissan frontier

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    where and how do you change the cam shaft sensor on a nissan frontier 2002 se 3.3 v6

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Sounds like either the water pump or the thermostat housing. The water pump has a small hole in the bottom where the shaft comes through, when the water pump gets worn it will leak here so you know to replace the pump. The thermostat housing will be at the motor end of the upper radiator hose where it attaches to the motor. Hope this helps.

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