The following is for cars with automatic windows. I didn't realize that until I had everything installed … and tried to turn the stereo on and nothing happened. So when you turn the key on, the computer triggers the relay, the relay closes and turns on the fuel pump. If it doesn't, put the nut back on backwards and screw it in until it's flush with the end of the axle shaft. I rough up both sides of the clutch disc and pressure plate with some 100 grit sand paper. First of all take off the fuse panel inside the car. If that is not there or not visible then pull the fuses until you find one tha has failed.
Pry around outside of door panel to pop out clips 6. Remove plastic trim piece around interior door handle gently pry off 5. Note the direction of the clutch disc so you can install the new one the same way. But My battery died today after upgrading to a higher watt amp. Pull up the door pull armrest - held in by clips 2. Remove panel by lifting upwards and away from door frame there will be a cable coming out of the drivers side firewall the dash in front of the driver it will go to a lever on the engine just above the gear housing. Well, this vehicle has a fairly easy clutch to replace.
I think it is a low amperege type like 7. You may need to look at a wiring diagram. Did you make sure you have the clutch disc facing the right way? There are two or three bolts that hold it on. Apply some white lithium grease to the shaft the bearing rides on, the ball and pivot for the clutch fork, the area the clutch fork rides on the throwout bearing and the splines of the input shaft. You might need to hammer the alternator from underneath, sometimes they are really tight. Okay, the flywheel is back in and we're ready to go on. This should work on all Sentras from 2000-2006 B15 generation.
Are you having any electrical problems? It's to the left of the steering column on the lower part of the dash. It won't move far, you just want to make sure it will move. I think that at this point I should mention you should get a mask to prevent breathing in the dust. A relay is an electronically activated switch. I had to make a quick drive to the Car Stereo Store and get the diversity antenna, then everything worked fine. Relax, if the image is not enough to help you, you can type what you are looking for on the search form.
Even though I had the power hooked up nothing came on. If you have the clutch disc positioned properly, it should slide right in when the splines mesh. . So, you can kind of test your connector. Put a piece of 2x4 over the end of the axle shaft and tap it loose. Remove the top two transmission bolts, 1 and 2, from the top while you let the transmission fluid drain out and before jacking the car up. Each time I replaced the fuse the running time before blowing fuse decreased.
Hey guys just a quick question. Insure the replacement clutch parts are identical to the old ones. Now start the six pressure plate bolts. Disconnect the lower ball joints from the lower control arms. So what im looking for is the fuse for the radio.
When coil not energized, the lever rests in postion A which in the case of the fuel pump relay is feeding the battery power to an unused terminal. Went through 6 fuses and now the fuse blows immediately when I turn on the compressor. You might have to pop the pressure plate loose before you remove all the bolts. If you bought a kit, there should be a clutch alignment tool in it. Hopefully the picture gallery below will be useful for you. Don't know if a switch will work there, but you could try it. Just work your way back and put everything back together, refill the transmission with transmission fluid and you will be done.
Initially both the fan and compressor worked normally and it was cooling very well. If not, check the fuse box under the hood next to the battery. Unlatch the lid to it, and you'll see several fuses. If you are going to have the flywheel resurfaced, remove it now. Hayne's address in my book is Haynes North America Inc. I pulled the fuse, assuming that it was blown, but discovered that it was not. But before you go to that trouble, check to see if y … our tail lights work not to be confused with brake lights.
Put the tool through the clutch disc and, with the pressure plate, put it into position. If the coil doesn't get a signal from the computer, there may be other problems, like in your wiring or in the computer. Each time I replaced the fuse it seemed to blow quicker that the previous fuse. Apply the parking brake and chock the … wheels to prevent the vehicle from rolling. Get a pry bar between the transmission and engine block and pop the transmission loose. Now, remove the front wheels and remove the large axle nut from the end of the axle shaft. Once the transmission is out of the way, you will see the pressure plate.
Or if available the entire fuse diagram. This fast clicking indicates that the relay coil is not getting a constant voltage or ground supplied to it, thus the lever is moving back and forth between position A and position B, either there is a wiring issue, a connector issue, or an internal issue with the relay. Push the axle shaft in. You can go to autozone or advance auto and look at there books for free, or you can ask them to print it for you. You can use the lid it has a fuse guide to figure out which one if for the horn. Keep going until the bolts are tight, 22 foot pounds. I just bought a 94 Sentra with 112,000 miles for a fishing car to save gas.