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No.Read the owners manual or call your local dealer. 105,000 miles for first major tune-up.
Our local dealer told me 105,000mi for first major tune up on the engine, you should have your transmission flushed way before that I did mine at 70,000 but don't know when the factory recomends. there is no timing belt to worry about it is a chain and gears which was my worry when i startedlooking into it.
I just did mine and paid $30 a piece for rotors and $28 for the pads all with a lifetime warranty. Purchased at our local O'Rielys Auto Parts or AutoZone. I'm in California so i don't know what your local 10 in every town corner parts store is. A socket set and a 3" C-clamp is all you need to change both. If you can't do it yourself the parts are under $100.00 and takes about an hour,(Labor at repair shop = $100hr)Total= $200.00 so anything above that in my opinion is taking you for a ride.
I had the same question about the timing belt.I asked the Nissian Dealer and they said 105,000 for the first major tune-up, timing belt included. It is so high because there is no timing belt it is a chain and gear on the 2006 Sentra. I just hit 103,000 with no problems at all except on things i thought i was doing for preventitive maintanace like the belt idler pulley which flew off going down the frwy. 500 miles after I had it replaced. I would recomend normal oil changes and leave the rest alone until 100,000 miles.
I'm pretty sure its a vaccuum problem but have no idea where to look. I would be happy to make it stay on the dash vents only. When on normal it is fine, just on Max does it switch upon accelerating.. It's really hot here so any help would be greatly apperciated.