1999 Nissan Frontier Questions
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Located on top of bellhousing, cannot see it from the bottom of vehicle, and catalytic converter is in the way of my hands to feel around. Can see it through the wheel well, i think. But dont have a long enough ratchet to reach it.
Searched multiple websites and found no other details besides the fact that its on top of the bellhousing. Any ideas on what might need to be taken apart to access it?
I have tried a new switch no change.Have checked grounds under hood.
When i accelerated the truck would jolt and the rmps would start jumping more down almost like the truck was huffing
I changed the fuel filter and I can hear the fuel pump come on but no fuel could it be the main fuel relay and if so where is it located.
I got a Nissan Frontier 4X2 XE with a 4cyl engine. Could this be a senser? or just a messed up gauge. The thermostat has been replaced.
If it is a chain, do I need to change it if there is no problem with it?
the 99 Nissan frontier will start and run fine for up to approx. 10 miles. it then begins to run rough and then chokes down. we pulled over and restarted the engine, added some gasoline into the intake through the breather piping, this had no effect on the rough running engine. the exhaust output is pretty strong at this time. when the engine is stopped about 30 minutes it starts and runs fine until again until driven approx.10 miles. the check light works when starting but does not stay on after 10 seconds.
do you have any idea what the problem could be.
I watched the charger it showes it is charging than i hear a clock than it showes fully charged but it is not could it be a relay?
JUST NEED TO KNOW LOCATION
Truck is idleing ruff and accelerates ruff leading me to believe pcv valve is clogged!
One of the wipers is not working.
I just drove it home from passing the emission test and the belt broke and truck overheated and coolant all over.