2005 Nissan Almera 1.5 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

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2005 Nissan... | Answered on Sep 16, 2016 | 109 views

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2005 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 26, 2016 | 165 views

Replace it. They can be rebuilt. Find the rebuild kit first. Buy the basic tools to do it. Then you can rebuild any of they. I buy kits for GM, Ford, Dodge, and some imports for around $30. Way better than $150+ for the rebuilt rack and pinions.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jun 07, 2015 | 90 views

You should have either a "snow flake " looking button that willl turn it on and off. The other style is all controls with air conditioning are in blue. All functions with air conditioning is not colored blue. You will have air conditioning on automatically if you run the defrost.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on May 23, 2015 | 130 views

sounds like a stuck heater control valve or blend door actuator

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Mar 04, 2015 | 135 views

Why would anyone replace those parts?

I guess the car was never tested to find any problems

No more to say

Common sense-- tells you that not all those
parts failed at one time or any at all

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 24, 2015 | 270 views

Code 345 means the cam sensor on bank two is not sending the correct signal to the engine computer. So no spark.
If you have replaced the sensor, the problem could be the cam or the wiring from the sensor to the computer.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Dec 05, 2014 | 591 views

could be under the dash or under the bonnet look for word fuses and normally they are under the dash but depending on how old the car is

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Aug 18, 2014 | 286 views

Almera's are not imported into the USA, so I haven't any specifications on your car. However, if you look either on the driver's side door pillar on when you open the glove box and look down on the door, the recommended pressures are there. Be careful, I, do not know when Nissan srartied useing Nitrogen in their tires in other countries on certain model cars. It should also saysomething like CAUTION: tires require Nitrogen and do not use regular air to fill them up. Check your owner's manuel, it will also tell you in there what the settings are as well as if the tires require Nitrogen.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jul 31, 2014 | 146 views

Your clutch is going out. Time to replace clutch

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014 | 202 views

You may have a worn Constant volicity joint on one or both of the front axle shafts. Have a shop check them for torn grease boots first.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 28, 2014 | 57 views

Should be under crankshaft pulley .

2005 Nissan... | Answered on May 01, 2013 | 209 views

to set your timing

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Mar 28, 2013 | 799 views

im not sure you can,if your cluster isnt working properly you might have to buy a different one from a junk yard

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 16, 2013 | 90 views

Transmission is slipping possibly

No fix ---but a complete rebuild if that
is the case

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Dec 03, 2014 | 1,595 views

Hook a charger up to the battery cables and then remove them, the code will not be lost. Any small charger will do.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Oct 01, 2013 | 1,395 views

This solution will be of great help to you,even in the case of future or other dashboard problems;
Instrument cluster consists of electronic analog gauges, various warning lights, and optional tachometer. Vehicles equipped with tachometer have an electronic vacuum fluorescent transmission range indicator (PRND3L),odometer and trip odometer display. Vehicles without tachometer are equipped with a cable-operated transmission range indicator.
Instrument cluster is equipped with the following warning lights:
Battery voltage.
Cruise (speed control).
Door ajar.
Fasten seat belt.
Lift gate ajar.
Low fuel level.
Low windshield and washer level.
Traction Control.
The Body Control Module (BCM), which receives input from various sensors, sends display information to instrument cluster and operates gauges. Instrument cluster incorporates a self-test diagnostic feature to identify electronic problems. BCM, Powertrain Control Module (PCM), and Transmission Control Module (TCM) are continuously monitored by the diagnostic system.

With ignition off, press and hold TRIP and RESET buttons while turning ignition switch to ON position. Continue to hold TRIP and RESET buttons until odometer window displays CODE (approximately 5 seconds). If problem exists, system will display diagnostic trouble codes. See DIAGNOSTIC CODE CHART table. If no problem exists, Code 999 (end test) will be displayed.
110.......Cluster Memory Fault
111.......Cluster Calibration Fault
905.......No CCD Bus Message From TCM
921.......Odometer Fault From BCM
940.......No CCD Bus Message From PCM

After diagnostic code display ends, instrument cluster will go into each of the following tests in order:
Dim test.
Calibration test.
Odometer segment test.
Electronic Transmission Range indicator segment test.
Dim Test
CHEC-0 will be displayed in odometer window. Instrument cluster will dim Vacuum Florescent (VF) display. If VF displays do not dim, a problem in instrument cluster exists. See BODY CONTROL COMPUTER TESTS in BODY CONTROL COMPUTER article.
Calibration Test
CHEC-1 will be displayed in odometer window. Each of instrument cluster gauges will move sequentially through each calibration point. See GAUGE CALIBRATIONS table. If gauge needle is not calibrated properly, a problem in instrument cluster exists.

Odometer Segment Test
CHEC-2 will be displayed in odometer window. Each segment of odometer will light sequentially. If any segment does not light, replace instrument cluster.
Electronic Transmission Range Indicator Segment Test
CHEC-3 will be displayed in odometer window. Each segment of electronic transmission range indicator will light sequentially. If any segment does not light, replace instrument cluster.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Sep 12, 2012 | 1,531 views

It is very easy to test the sensors ,if you have access a stethoscope ( you buy cheap ones at a parts store or walmart) To test park on level ground... apply the parking brake turn the key on but do not start the car not put the car in reverse take the stethoscope and put on top of the out side sensors one by one ... you should hear a light tcking noise from the sensor when you get to the one not making a ticking sound you have found which one is not working ... ck the plug and wiring if its ok replace the sensor ( dealer only part ) plug the new sensor in and the system will reset automatically

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Aug 05, 2012 | 735 views

Sometimes and only sometimes it can be the (gas tank lid). It does not always get (turned) on enough. Tighten it (by hand ofcourse) until it makes a racheting sound. Drive it abit like for 15 mins and see if it goes out.
If that is not the fix (think) about what you have been feeling while driving. examples are: hard to strart, surging while driving. Sometimes it goes on as something is (about) to happen.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on May 28, 2012 | 69 views

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