2003 Nissan Altima Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2003 Nissan Altima
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2003 Nissan Altima ProblemsRight Side Engine Mount May Wear and Cause Excessive Movement
The engine mount on the right side can wear prematurely and cause excessive engine movement.
The external seal on the engine oil cooler can fail and create an oil leak.
The catalytic converter closest to the cylinder head can fail causing illumination of the Check Engine Light. Prompt repair of this problem is recommended because the catalyst material can be sucked into the engine and cause internal damage.
2003 Nissan Altima Questionsmy car makes noise when I hit bumps its a 2003 Nissan Altima used I was told its my struts,springs ball bearer I don't know but I don't have any money to just have it looked at how do I let someone look at it without being charged (2 answers)
It use to smell like gas in the inside of the car but now its just strong on the outside....
Just bought a used 2003 nessian altima I need to press gas for it to turn on engine light came on with code p0506 it looks like throttle body was replace with a new one . What could it be ?
2003 Nissan Altima RecallsThe Eingine May Stall Without Warning
The engine coolant temperature can vary at the coolant sensor due to its unique location. If these variations are large enough, a brief interruption in the signal output from the sensor may occur. If the signal interruption is so brief that the electronic control module (ECM) logic does not have time to diagnose the condition, the engine may stop running without warning. This condition will commonly occur only at low speeds. If the engine stalls without warning, a crash may result. Dealers will reprogram the ECM to correct this concern. The Nissan recall number is R0606.
Nissan is recalling 2002-2003 Altimas in cold-weather states because in extremely cold temperatures, moisture in the fuel tank could freeze and form ice crystals, which may obstruct the suction opening of the fuel pump. This can prevent the supply of fuel to the engine and cause the engine to stop, which could result in a crash. Dealers will install a screen at the suction opening of the fuel pump.