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Inkman71

East Hampton, CT

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about 1,500.00, i have an 03 altima vq35de (3.5) and the timing chain(s) 3 of em. are about 1,100.00-1,500.00$


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i had a similar problem, just a sugestion.. i had to have a idle re learn done by the dealer, not sure if a 94 has that option


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most of them are not like the old days when you could repack it and be good, if your hear a humming at highway speeds coming from the bearing in question, replace it. they are pressed in and cost about 70-150 $ rest is labor


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slide it away from bell housing, assuming your exhaust is not preventing you from dropping it


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i would recomend it, spend the 15 bucks


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have the TPS checked = throttle position sensor


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starter or cylonoid (sp?) tap on the cylonoid with a pipe with good force, if it starts, replace the starter cylonoid


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it most likely is a hydrolic clutch, like if you replace your brake calippers and pads , but dont bleed your brake lines (starting furthest from master cylinder) you will have no brakes. see... bleed the slave cylinder


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google the code , specific to your car or truck


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headlight bezel, or headlight assembly


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i replaced the control arm,struts,strut mount&bearings,inspected the wheel bearing.. it was good! i get a rattle from the front right wheel assembly, even with very little effort. it sounds so much like the ball joint or bad strut. i was convinced i got a bad strut, brought it part back and got a new one (KYB GR-2)still the rattle lives! the inner tie rods could be replaced, but the rattle happens so easily like how can i not find the worn part. its killing me.i want to replace the axle but its not the classic clicking when turning. if i tap the gas enough to get wheel spin it makes the rattle.i did buy the control arm from a used parts dealer, before i installed it i checked to ensure the ball joint was still tight. again, it makes the rattle at low speeds, at like 40mph or higher it all seems tight. what comes to mind is the cv joint. at higher volocity it goes away. i slow down... rattle ratttle HELP.. im ready to get rid of the car at this point. oh, ive been a gear head since i was 14. im pretty mechanically inclined , so ive check the obvious.


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