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Check the harness for any missing wires, its the main bundle of wires under the dash. If all is in place then check the fuses to see if any needs to be replaced. If all are tested and working, check the relays located in the main engine compartment. If all are intact and working, check the ground wires that connect to the frame of the engine and body or directly to the negative of the battery. The main wires you need to see that are connected is on the alternator, starter, and battery.

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1994 Nissan... | Answered on May 07, 2012

Sounds like a fuel pressure issue. Have you changed your fuel filter lately ?

1994 Nissan... | Answered on Apr 03, 2012

Check the speed sensor . Unplug the harness and re-plug it in. Make sure you have it seated correctly. The other issue is that the speedo pinion has a plastic gear on the end, if that is damaged or not aligned you can have isues with that. Hope this helps.

1994 Nissan... | Answered on Mar 28, 2012

these kind of behavior generally happens,when the tappets clearance is less than the specified .that means when the engine heats up valves elongates,and the gap reduces,resulting valve leakage,improper combustion,power drop, emission, missing etc....set the tappets

1994 Nissan... | Answered on Mar 03, 2012

Disconnect the exhaust pipes, take the load of the mount bolts with a jack under the pan and remove the engine mounts, then remove the oil pan bolts and carefully raise the engine as high as you can off the mount pads, pry the Pan loose and reverse to put back together.

1994 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 24, 2012

Sounds like a dead missfire. Wire lead arcing out. I would put spark plugs and a wire set on it. should be easy. May want to do the distributor cap and rotor as well.

1994 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 24, 2012

Have a mechanic listen to it to see if it's a loose piston rod knocking (rebuild time!). Is it a high mileage engine?
Those are very good engines, but have a known problem with the timing chain guides and tensioner wearing, making noise, and need replacing. I think there are aftermarket kits sold to correct the problem.
Good luck.

1994 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 17, 2012

Could be anything and everything but iam used to this as a diesel variant and they never sold them in america -iam still red faced for diagnosing one and then to be told by my american counterpart no dieselsStill have bad dreams about this anyway best advice i can offer is to ask a local mechanic recomended by a friend to have a look for you .

1994 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 15, 2012

The hood latch cable pulls a lever over towards driver's side of car to open the hood. Pulling the lever releases the hood latch.
This is the lever that is not moving over far enough to release, and the one you need to get to. You are right to think of removing the grill. Is it easy to remove? Often, someone can lay underneath and reach up with a prying tool (a screwdriver) and push that lever over. But if it's too far to reach, or if it's obstructed by parts or support pieces, just remove the grill to reach the latch.
Good luck.

1994 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 24, 2012

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