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My brake lights will not engage when i press the brake pedal
fuse, relay, or bad connection.
check the rubber plug between the switch and mount, they fall out and can cause lights not to work.
Also check grey connection for rear lights under the bed of the truck. Sometimes gets loose or too dirty.
There have also been dealer recalls for this problem, so google TSB 1994 nissan pickup and look around.
hope this helps
on Dec 11, 2012
IS SETTING THE TIMING AS SIMPLE AS GETTING THE
You have to make sure the engine is at top dead center on number one cylinder (all valves closed on number one cylinder) - if distributor installed check that #1 is on firing position so is not on exhaust stroke and or remove spark plug and put plastic straw in hole to see if piston is at TDC (top dead center) ready to fire on compression stroke.
After setting timing always rotate engine 4 times to bring back to same location and that nothing like pistons bump into valves etc. and make sure that timing marks are at the location. If you install backwards on some engines the oil pump will not be in line to accept oil and will not get oil pressure - I believe this true of 3.1 chev or was it 3.8 I messed up on, lol
on Nov 16, 2012
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