Then unscrew the 2 screws holding the bottom of the trim. Take out the air box all the way back to the throttle body. This method of removal should allow you access to the High-beam, as well. Remove starter motor from transaxle. You'll need a bottle pump to pump the liquid up to the hole from bellow. I've done several engine pulls on other cars where I pulled both together.
If the valve is disconnected from the hose, you should notice some smoke either from the transmission, or under the hood by the exhaust. This is completely covered by the fascia of the bumper. Wondering if it may be a 12. The only reason to pull them together is so that you can align them up very easily outside of the car. The 97 had an aluminum radiator, most places you take it to will try and sell you a whole new radiator. Gently pull the red wire off of the back of the bulb and then a small retaining clip attached.
Done Now to remove the plug, I suggest using some pliers. Turn the ignition switch to run without the engine running. That is pretty much the best stuff you're going to get for our tranny. Now the mix is ready! No matter if its a stick or an automatic. Yes forklift, Chain fall, and engine hoist. It is the furthest bolt to rear of trani just in fron of shift linkage. After letting the engine warm up, open the hood and look for any visible … signs of antifreeze leaking anywhere.
The starter is way under there. Support transaxle with a jack. I think there are 6 plugs in the back and there is 2 on each plug for a total of 12, not bad. If you follow the procedure outlined in the nissan manual it is very easy putting it in with the tranny on, and pulling it out for that matter. Remove the power steering line bracket from the front suspension member. Disconnect the connecting rod from the front strut using power tool.
The inside door panel has to be removed, it is held in place by the inside door handle and the panel is attached by a number of clips, the handle assembly is attached to the door by three bolts, to remove which you will need a socket with extension. Some of the smaller businesses still do repairs on radiators. And these handle assemblies are not cheap ether. Disconnect the front and rear engine mount electrical connectors, if equipped. Remove the lower ball joint cotter pin and remove the lower ball joint nut using power tool. The ignition control module is located within the distributor housing, so you need to remove the distributor, which is held in by two bolts, remember to slack off the valve cover bolts around the distributor, this facilitates the removal process, don't worry about the valve cover gasket it's an o-ri … ng type gasket so it will reseal itself when you tighten the valve cover bolts. Once the grey cover is removed you will see two connecting wires: The grey wire at 12:00 and the red at 6:00.
Have someone check to make sure the drain valve is closed if you are unsure of where it is located. We want to mod our cars so they can run better then the factory specs and if we have can change tranny fluid to get better performance then let it be. Watch out not to let go and lose the plug!! I think you are probably spot on when it comes to aligning the tranny to the engine would be a major pain instead of just doing it out on the garage floor. I've done it multiple times, its a pain but it can be done. A transmission flush might cure your shifting issue. I did it by dropping the engine from the bottom. Remove wheels and tires using power tool.
Push through the cellophane with a strait blade screwdriver and turn the screw clockwise until it stops and hold it for two seconds. It is possible that the valve is good, and you just have a leak in the rubber hose that connects to the valve. Close the bottle and shake it up!. Take out the air box all the way back … to the throttle body. Disconnect the mass air flow sensor electrical connector. I've done several engine pulls on other cars where I pulled both together. Now, unscrew the 4 screws that hold the entire center together cup holders and radio.
I found out that this ratio is the best one for me. It has pretty much every plug that you could possibly need for any transmission. Disconnect the tube clamp at the electronic throttle control actuator and the fresh air intake tube. If necessary, remove the exhaust hanger bracket from the front suspension member. My is 207-514-5565 if u want to call.
The driver side handle on my 2002 Altima broke first. Remove the mounting bolts on the lower side of the steering gear. Actually, I believe my three bolts and one screw method might be a tad easier: Low Beam. Remove snap ring, mainshaft rear bearing adjusting shim and input shaft rear bearing adjusting shim from transaxle case. Remove the wheel and tire. The rpm's will repond faster in a manual than an automatic. Take your ratchet with the 10mm socket, and then put your hand down there to unsrew the bolt.