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Does the 2000 Nissan Frontier XE (2wDr 2.4L) have a fuel sending unit or fuel level sensor installed within it's fuel tank

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Pump/sending unit are in tank

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I have a nissan frontier 2005. code came back P0463. the engine light is on . what can i do


Hello! the problem is a defective Fuel Sending Unit...It does not require replacing the fuel pump assembly which is quite expensive...A dealership will replace the entire unit...All that needs to be replaced is the sending unit...See drawing below...Cost is $30...You can DIY if you have a little experience...It's a difficult job in that the fuel tank needs to be dropped...Included procedure if you intend on DIY...Guru...saailer

1. Jack up driver rear side and remove tire...
2. disconnect electrical lines to tank...
the one electrical line will require two small screwdrivers to undo the clip
3. Remove 3 bolts on the straps that hold the tank in place...
4. Slowly drop gas tank down...(Less gas, lighter tank)...
5. Unclip electrical harness at top of sending unit (do not disconnect the fuel line)...
6. With hammer and screwdriver, spin the locking ring on top to align the locking tabs/grooves and remove... (some spray lube helps)
7. Pull out sending unit completely from tank...
8. The sensor is on the very bottom un-clip 2 harness and it slides off the unit...
9. Replace with new fuel level sensor...
fuel level sending unit part # 25060-zs00a...
10. Follow steps in reverse to assemble back together
and your done...



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May 06, 2012 | 2005 Nissan Frontier

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Where is the fuel pump located on a 2000 Nissan frontier desert runner v6


pump is in the fuel tank and is part of the sending unit assembly(replaceable seperately). i was told this by a nissan dealer when my nissan was getting the sending unit recall done about a month ago. i asked them if since the sending unit was going to be new if it included a new pump, they said no, its replaceable seperately but it goes in the sending unit assembly.

Mar 04, 2011 | 2000 Nissan Frontier

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Fuel sensor is not working properly. fuel gauge only works half the time.


NHTSA 10V075000
Feb 26,2010

Units Effected 80689

Fuel System, Gasoline Storage Aux,Tank

Nissan Is Recalling 2006 thru 2008 Frontier,Exterra and Pathfinder Vehicles
for deformed molded fuel tank,causing fuel gauge to show one quarter tank


Dealer will replace fuel sending unit with modified float arm

Recall to begin March 22,2010



www.nhtsa.gov

Nov 09, 2010 | 2007 Nissan Frontier SE Crew Cab

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How do you get the fuel pump out of the gas tank on a nissan frontier 2003


remove the fue tank,then remove the queck connectors,six screw,then retainer,then fuelpump and fuel level sensor assy....istallation always replace theo ring and install new one after that turn the ignation on, do not start the engine check for leaks, install pressure guage,,,..

Jun 29, 2010 | 2003 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab

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My 2000 Nissan Frontier has sputtering problems and the tac goes crazy. changed the fuel pump, sending unit, spark plugs, cap & rotor. what could be wrong?


your tach is run by the engine computer, possible cause. also by the crankshaft position sensor, most likely cause, I would start there. some sensors will run within perimeters and be bad enough to cause a lot of problems

Jun 14, 2010 | 2000 Nissan Frontier

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WHERE IS THE FUEL PUMP LOCATED ON 2000 NISSAN FRONTIER


In the gas tank. In a plastic Case attached to the bottom. Pinch the case to open it.

May 29, 2010 | 2000 Nissan Frontier

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How do i replace the fuel level sending unit on my 2007 nissan frontier crewcab?


take gas tank off then remove the retainer ring//clip-seal there you have it.John

Dec 22, 2009 | 2007 Nissan Frontier SE Crew Cab

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2000 nissan frontier crew cab gas tank


there may be a recall on the sending unit, but the VIN # needs to be checked by the local Nissan dealer to see if the campaign applies to this truck. Tha campaign is for the fuel pump sending unit, not the gas tank, however in some cases, where the sending unit bolts brake, dealer will have to put a new gast tank into it. it also corrodes on top, where the sending unit seals the gas tank and it turns on the check engine light for a evap small leak, bacause the sending unit is not sealing properly, bacuse of all the rust build up on top of the tank. Good luck.post result.

Aug 16, 2008 | 2001 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab

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