It is an automatic transmission, and the problem is intermittent. Otherwise it is difficult to remove the socket from the plug. The spark plugs are inside there and they are a pain to get to. After that you will see the spark plus. I have to change the fuel tank filter? Also, would they know what I was talking about with me saying vss? The other three are toward the back of the engine and not as easy to get to.
Now remove the 4 large bolts from the front of the compressor and it will set down on the air dams. Nope, just another screw up by someone to make my life a little tougher. The only way this would help is if I removed it completely. You can now work the alternator out from the front I think, if not, from the bottom. If you look under the bumper in the area of the fog lamp, you will. I have since moved on from the maxima because i was done putting money into it.
The most-reported problem is also with the for. Be sure to place it on the side opposite the hoses to prevent further drainage from the hoses. There is no scheduled maintenance for the chain as it does not require periodic adjustment. If you think you might need them, I would also replace the large upper and lower water hoses on the radiator. Loosing the little horn and lean out of your way. This makes it possible to get to everything. What is the deal with the shift lock? I also removed the brace to get it out of the way so I could manipulate the alternator.
I need to do all this or just one of them? This is a potentially safety issue. Problem with transmission not changing gears porperly, and would jerk when shifting. I got to the tensioners and alternator from the bottom of the car. This may sound hard but it is doable if you have the tools and a little know how. The only sensor plug I found was in the air filter box. Loosen the Air conditioner Idler pulley and remove the belt.
If the car is not on a rack, now is the time to jack the passenger side of the car up so you can get to everything. This allows you to get to the rear swing bolt of the alternator. You don't want to go through this again to replace a belt. In the front I left it connected and swung the whole assembly out of the way. In case your not sure the modules are small black squares that have a screw on either side of them.
After you have the alternator loose, you will notice that there is a wire loom protection unit connected to the alternator, cut the plastic wire ties that hold the wires in the unit. These timing chains are purported to last around 300,000 miles. This is the fog lamp assembly screw. My hope for a sensor replacement was crushed. Remove the main bolt in the top front that goes through the alternator. I've had to do it twice.
Hi, I've read your post about this issue, it seems I got here late but, same thing after 3 mechanics. You need a Phillips head screwdriver to do so. My mechanic changed the cylinder six engine coil which I explained earlier and he probably forgot to erase that code. Unplug the two wire plugs, remove the two top bolts, disconnect the transmission lines, disconnect the two radiator hoses, disconnect the overflow hose and just pull the whole thing up. Do not drop the screws holding the coil packs.
I have to change the fuel tank filter? This may sound hard but it is doable if you have the tools and a little know how. Hopefully, I made the job a little easier for you. I have so I have to pop the cover and release the shifter. The first thing you do is loosen the lock bolt on the tensioners. Thanks, -Conrad ahhh the ol maxima issue.
Be sure to use jack stands and tire locks to prevent rolling. It was me, the consumer, who found and brought to the passport infiniti svc mgr the service bulletin itb00-028b to show them the problem. I have an Infiniti I30t and its been giving me the same problem for over a year now with acceleration and idling. Remove the air intake scoop and pull the whole thing out. Good will regional service mgr. Now remove the nut holding the main power line from the alternator and remove the plug near the rear. The spark plugs are located underneath the cover.