1995 Nissan Altima Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1995 Nissan Altima
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1995 Nissan Altima ProblemsOverheating Due to Stuck Closed Thermostat
The thermostat may become stuck closed, causing an overheating condition. Replacement of the thermostat will be required to correct this concern.
The engine may stall at times due to a failed crankshaft position sensor and/or camshaft position sensor, These sensors can fail intermittently as they warm with the engine. Sensors on certain models have been recalled by Nissan and will be replaced as necessary. Please visit our recall section for this model to see if your vehicle is covered by this recall.
1995 Nissan Altima Questionswhere to find crankshaft position sensor (1 answer)
After getting gas, my daughters 95 Altima lost power and died. I replace fuel filter and after many attempts got it started. Idled fine, but when I tried to drive it, it would die like it ran out of gas. Would restart with some difficulty and could drive as long as I didn't try to accelerate ...
Runs pretty well on highway but seems to hold back at times when accelerating.
1995 Nissan Altima RecallsNissan Recalls Passenger Air Bags on 1994-1995 Altimas
Nissan is recalling 1994-1995 Altimas following reports that passenger air bag deployments caused moderate-to-severe eye injuries. Nissan will replace the passenger air bag with a new, less powerful, air bag.
Nissan is recalling 1995 Altimas because the brake hose for the right rear wheel was routed incorrectly and may make contact with a suspension component, causing abrasion to the hose and eventual leakage. A leaking brake hose reduces braking capability, increases stopping distance, and increases the risk of an accident. Dealers will replace or re-route the right rear brake hose.
Nissan is recalling certain 1995 Altimas because the shift lever lock plate, which prevents the shift lever from being inadvertently moved from the "Park" to "Drive" or "Neutral" position, can be broken by the transmission shift position pin. This can cause vehicle movement, which may result in a crash. Dealers will install a bracket to prevent the shift position pin from breaking the shift lever lock plate.