I cannot find a vacuum diagram for the engine of this car. it have 3 ar 4 broken vacuum line and i have no idea where they go. i leave on vacation tomorrow so waiting for a repair manual thru the mail isn't going to work i have chilton & haynes manuals they dont have any vacuume diagrams for this car please help im in a bind
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ok the nissan altima has the same engine as any nissan 240sx from 92+
its a ka24de engine 2.4liter dual over head cam so if they cant find anything under the altima tell em to check a nissan 240sx of the same year.
as far as the car dieing it could be a few things idle air control valve clogged pcv valve wich is stupid hard to replace i have a 95 altima your almost better off pulling out the entire engine. and other things sorry. I cant assist with your main problem but thought id drop some advice.
hi, i did a head on a nissan and had similar problems , what i had missed was one ground wire that i tucked neatly out of the way by the firewall, must have been a very important ground .. hope this is your fix
valve tick is completely normal on a KA24DE. if you dont, start running a full synthetic oil. KA's are bullet proof, the motor will last 300k with no real problems...valve tick is nothing. I own 2 nissan 240sx, they have the same motor as your truck. i have a good amount of experience with them. hope that helps
well first visually inspect the vacuum lines. any rubber hosee under the hood. looking for cracks holes inspect completley. if the hoses look good . next check the pcv valve . let me know if you dont know how to check a pcv valve. if it isnt these things it is probably a sensor and you shold get a diagnostics scan.
It sounds like you probably have a cracked or disconnected vacuum line going from the engine (intake manifold area) to the transmission modulator valve. This is the only vacuum line that goes to the transmission, so if you can locate it under the vehicle at the tranny, you can trace it back to where it connects to the engine, and also check to make sure it is not leaking or disconnected. If it is bad, you will need to replace it.
If that is not the problem, then the modulator valve itself has probably gone bad and will need to be replaced, but that is an unusual failure.
Kathy, sorry for your troubles, hope this helps you get it straightened out, but if you still have questions or comments, do not hesitate to let us know! And please remember to rate my advice - your rating is my ONLY compensation for providing this assistance!