Question about 2006 Nissan Altima
Your vehicle isn't like the older vehicles to where you can just put a timing light on it and set it. The computer/ECM sets the timing for via inputs from sensors. I gave you a desciption below. There is however some procedures you can "teach" or "relearn" your ECM to "kind of" reset the timing. The big thing is the volume air control learning which is a big part of the ECM setiing the timing. I gave you the procedure to "teach" your gas pedal it's proper position as well as a procedure to "teach the volume air control to set the time (without a diagnostic computer since I am assuming you don't have in your tool box). This is about the only way to set the timing for your vehicle without investing big $$$ in computer equipment/diagnostic tools. This is right out of my factory service manual I use here at my shop. If you do need any more information pretty much about anything for your vehicle, feel free to write me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your question. Please be detailed so I send the correct information if you do email me. Don't worry, if I have the info and send it to you there is no cost. Anyhow, I hope this helps you and good luck.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: timing belt 1994 nissan altima
My 1994 Altima has a timing chain on it and these are supposed to last the life of the engine. I would say unless you can really hear the problem then to leave it alone.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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Nissans are a very picky breed. Any relays that deal with the wipers are located in a bax Nissan calls a intelligent power distribution module engine room which is located under the hood on the passenger side in the front/side. I'm not quite sure what your problem is as everything kind of works through the body control module which sends ground and power signals to that box. What I did is copy a description of how the system works. It tells you sone fuses to check. If it is either the low or high speed relays, they cannot be replaced and the whole box has to be replaced but in most cases you are lookibng at a power or ground problem from the body control module or you have a blown fuse in that box which the desciption tells you which one in that box plus there is a fuse in you passenger compartment fuse panel as well as another fuse in the fuse panel under the hood. Yes it is a little confusing because a computer basically controls everythign. If you have any questions feel free to email me at email@example.com and be detailed so I send you the right stuff. As you may be able to tell I work on Nissan for a living. I know quite a bit but not all and never will but will help the best I can. hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
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