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Fuse tail lights
Check inside fuse cover door, If not labled, check inside book that came with car when new, it will show you. If you don't have book or not marked at fuse door you can go to your local Nissan dealer and they can help you. Usually at no cost. Good luck.
Bright lights dont work
If you know for a fact the headlights are ok, I would check the dimmer switch for voltage in both positions.
Over het problem
check the thermostat, it may be stuck, you may need to have the system flushed,
Oil pressure Gauge not working registers 0 when engine is on
Have a special test gauge hooked up to the engine and make sure the oil pressure is good, if it is replace the oil pressure sending unit on the engine. Do not drive this until you are sure you have good oil pressure or you can destroy the engine.
Where is the ignition control module?
it connected right next to the coil on a 87 nissan maxima,,,( with two little screws that are screwed to to coil...it has two wire connectors on both ends...one from the car and the other to the coil...)
1987 nissan maxuma put on elc fuel pump seems like its not getting power
Hey John,That's a good question. Do you have a multi-tester to test for power? Checked the fuse (if any?) Quick way would be a call to your local dealer - ask for PARTS Department (NOT service dept) and see if they can tell you if there is a reset switch and or where the relay (if any) is located.Alternatively the haynes or chiltons repair manual will also yield results. They can be found at your local auto parts store for around $20 bucks (and *very* handy to own), or try your local library to check one out for free! Either way, CALL AHEAD to confirm availability.When/ If you call parts department, also ask if this year/make/model has regular issue with this vehicle, or if there are any recalls while you got them on the line...OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooopsie,. I think you may have written that you "installed a new" (ie "put on") electric fuel pump?If this is the case, you will need to check power with a multi-tester -- (or even a make shift 12 volt light bulb) and also look into the relay as per above - without knowing any further details of how this came about or the background of the problem... the relay or shut down switch may be your sole problem...?PS> typically, the shut down switches could be in the trunk (under a panel), under the dash or in the glove box..Best regards,Ck
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