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  • gchapman52
    gchapman52 - 1997 Nissan 200SX - Body & Interior - 3/24/2015
    Is a bumper for a 1998 200sx/Sentra compatible with my 1997?
    So my front bumper is broken on my 97 200sx and I found an aftermarket bumper that I really liked but it's for a 1998 200sx. Will that bumper work for me? I know that they changed the body style slightly in between those years. Thanks!
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2003 Nissan Altima - Body & Interior - 3/5/2015
    Heater fan is stuck on the highest position
    The A/C heater fan is stuck on high speed. Even when I shut it off the dash states it is off but it is continually running on high speed.
     
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  • Joe
    Joe - 1998 Nissan Frontier - Body & Interior - 2/26/2015
    Airbag light flashing
    My airbag light came on after a brake job and unplugging the radio antenna. I did research on how to reset the light with the ignition key on then off for 5 seconds back on and then off 3 times. ive done it several times and the light is still flashing, how can I ...
     
    • cathytreat
      2/26/2015 cathytreat
      First of all check the all connection about the airbag and the light connection.Cut the wires which is connected to the brake.I did not get more information about the airbag and the connection.Check the related sample research papers. http://ukresearchpaperreviews.com/
  • Barbigurl03
    Barbigurl03 - 2013 Nissan Altima - Body & Interior - 2/22/2015
    How to install upper billet grill
    I removed the factory grill but I don't have a clue where the 2 brackets attach from billet grill to the car...
     
    • Jimm
      2/22/2015 Jimm
      Check with the manufacturer and source of the billet grill - where you purchased it from - for the installation steps.
  • Mike
    Mike - 2009 Nissan Murano - Body & Interior - 2/22/2015
    The lift gate door in the rear isn't working at all
    All other power doors work fine. The lift gate lock doesn't click or move when the doors are opened. I can open it manually from inside There aren't any other electrical issues.
     
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  • Miles15
    Miles15 - 2004 Nissan 350Z - Body & Interior - 2/9/2015
    Why aren't my automatic shifter lights not on?
    I have seen my P,R,N,D lights turn on twice for a few seconds since the four months I've had it so is it a fuse problem or is it in the shifter its self and how can I fix it?
     
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  • lblizzard
    lblizzard - 2005 Nissan Altima - Body & Interior - 1/28/2015
    I cant get the high or low beam head lights to work on passenger side
    I bought new bulbs and replaced old ones, I checked the high and low beam fuses, each has their own fuse. They are both good. My question is, is their a bigger fuse located somewhere else that controls both the high and low beam on one side or the other ...
     
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  • sleepyjohnb
    sleepyjohnb - 1988 Nissan Sentra - Body & Interior - 1/12/2015
    Connected battery cables backward...lost all lights and gages, wipers work and the engine runs well. What burned?
    Why doesn't your "Category" window include electrical?!
     
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  • Dylan
    Dylan - 1996 Nissan Pathfinder - Body & Interior - 12/26/2014
    I have a random water collecting in both the front foot wells . Any idea where it's getting in. Windows don't leak?
    It has been rainy.
     
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  • Jay
    Jay - 2001 Nissan Quest - Body & Interior - 12/24/2014
    I have Nissan Quest 2001, I have change blower registor and got blown up twice. What is the cause?
    I have 130000 miles
     
    • CVO
      12/24/2014 CVO
      Worn blower motor draws a higher amperage, the blower motor resistor couldn't support.
      CVO
      12/24/2014 Jay
      Do I need to replace blower motor?
      CVO
      12/24/2014 CVO
      Yes, the blower motor winding was increasing the resistance over the time and caused it the problem.
  • Paul
    Paul - 2006 Nissan Armada - Body & Interior - 12/14/2014
    How do I get sir light to stop flashing
    Recently I changed the back window: I removed rear seats and disconnected seat belts. After I installed the window and interior the light was flashing Could this be a result of removing seatbelts
     
    • Teddy B
      12/14/2014 Teddy B
      Yes-somehow you disturbed the SRS System
      maybe you had the battery still connected

      Try clearing the MIL Lamp with a code reader

      If you didn't do anything to cause a fault then
      you should be okey

      If it comes back check your work-seat belt etc
  • tim
    tim - 2008 Nissan Pathfinder - Body & Interior - 12/14/2014
    Why does the heater not working when idling but works when driving at higher speeds?
    It blows cool air but the faster you drive the hotter it gets
     
    • lug
      12/14/2014 lug
      Check for air in the cooling system this is usually caused by a leak or if some one had the system opened up and did not purge the air from the system. Using a vacuum fill tool is the best way to fill the system and purge air . If there is no air in the cooling system than you may be dealing with a lack of coolant flow to the heater core ie.. restricted heater core, radiator, This car may have a heater pump on the drivers side of the engine compartment to help with the flow of coolant. I believe the pump will operate when set to max heating.
  • RADAN74
    RADAN74 - 2006 Nissan Sentra - Body & Interior - 12/6/2014
    How much will it cost to replace a back bumper on a Nissan sentra 2006
    only paint chipped and pea size holes
     
    • CVO
      12/6/2014 CVO
      Not sure on Sentra, but $800.00 dollars on my 2010 Camry
  • mike
    mike - 1990 Nissan Stanza - Body & Interior - 11/28/2014
    How do you replace window motor on 1990 stanza?
    driver door motor
     
    • CVO
      11/28/2014 CVO
      REMOVE ORIGINAL MOTOR
      1. Raise window to the full “up”
      position. Support glass with
      cloth-backed (duct) tape. If
      window cannot be raised
      and is in a partially down
      position, it must be supported
      to keep it from falling into
      the window well during
      motor removal.
      2. Disconnect the ground cable
      from the battery.
      3. Remove door trim panel and
      moisture barrier.
      4. Remove bolts or rivets
      securing regulator/motor
      assembly to inner door panel.
      To remove rivets, punch out
      center pins. Then drill out
      the rivets using the
      appropriate bit.
      NOTE: Some models have
      locating dimples in front inner
      door panels to locate
      motor-to-regulator attaching
      bolts. Use a 3/4” hole saw to
      drill three holes at dimples.
      Then remove attaching bolts.
      5. Disconnect motor electrical
      lead.
      6. Move regulator assembly
      rearward and disengage
      rollers from sash channel, if
      so equipped.
      7. Remove regulator assembly
      through access panel in door.
      8. Important! Before removing
      the motor from the regulator,
      secure the sector gear so it
      can’t move. Injury can result
      if the sector gear is not
      locked into position. To do
      this, drill a 1/4” or 3/8” hole
      through the backplate and
      gear. Install a 1/4” or 3/8”
      bolt and nut to lock sector
      gear in place. DO NOT drill
      hole closer than 13mm (1/2”)
      to the edge of sector gear or
      backplate.
      9. Remove motor to regulator
      attaching screws or rivets.
      Use a 3/16” drill bit to drill
      out rivets ( if equipped).
      10. Separate motor from
      regulator.
      NOTE: If the original window
      lift motor has a bracket, remove
      it by slightly loosening throughbolts.
      Transfer the bracket to
      the replacement motor.

      INSPECTING THE WINDOW
      LIFT MOTOR
      1. If motor is supplied without
      a gear, remove gear from old
      motor and inspect for
      chipped teeth or cracks.
      If damaged, replace the gear.
      2. If the gear is good, transfer it
      to the replacement motor.
      INSTALLING NEW WINDOW
      LIFT MOTOR
      1. Install motor to regulator
      using nuts and bolts supplied
      with motor or 3/16” rivets.
      Make sure motor pinion gear
      teeth mesh with sector gear
      teeth.
      2. Remove sheet metal screw or
      bolt and nut used to lock
      sector gear in place ONLY
      after motor is installed to
      regulator.

      3. Position regulator assembly
      through rear access hole into
      door inner panel.
      4. Connect electrical lead to
      motor before moving regulator
      assembly to mounting
      position.
      NOTE: Use wire colors for reference
      to determine correct
      harness plug/motor lead connection.
      5. Install lift arm roller into
      glass sash channel, if so
      equipped.
      6. Bolt or rivet regulator assembly
      to door inner panel.
      7. Reconnect battery ground
      cable.
      8. Remove tape or window
      securing wedges.
      9. Run window up and down
      several times to make sure
      gear teeth are meshing and
      motor is working properly.
      NOTE: If the motor runs backwards,
      unplug and reverse the
      motor electrical connector.
      10.Install moisture barrier and
      trim panel ( if equipped).
      If window lift does not work,
      refer to the troubleshooting
      chart.
      For more info see this link

      http://www.cardone.com/Products/Product-Detail
  • CamCroz99
    CamCroz99 - 2006 Nissan Pathfinder - Body & Interior - 11/23/2014
    Need to replace my lift gate hydraulics
    My Pathfinder's liftgate closes if I put it up. The hydraulics that support it are completely shot and need replacing. What do I need? I'm going to be doing this myself but am unsure exactly what to get for this.