If the bearing fell apart you will have one race stuck on the axle and the … outer race stuck in the spindle. Remember what position it was when it finally comes out, because it will make it easier to put your new one in in the same direction and maneuver it in the opposite manner to line up your bolt holes. Remove intake manifold support of engine front side. You will need a 6 inch or longer swivel angle joint. Thanks The above answer helped me out greatly here is my experience:.
Install the lower chain guides. Align oil pump drive spacer with the oil pump, and install. Unhook the negative battery terminal. Next get under the car, I believe I remember that one being on the driver's side, and disconnect the positive and negative wires from the solenoid. You will need a socket extension.
This video shows you how to change the oil and oil filter in your 1996 Nissan Altima. It might take several hits to get it to work. It is held in place by a u-type clamp - you can just pull it out. Disconnect the send and return fuel lines from the fuel pump and unplug the electrical connections from the fuel gauge and pump. Then, get under the car, and disconnect the electrial connector easier with a slotted screwdriver Then using a 12 or 14mm socket, remove the bolt you can see mounting the starter to the engine. A pan to drain the dirty oil into.
We recommend wearing safety glasses whenever you are working under your Altima. Install camshaft sprocket cover: a. Remove the rocker cover see Figure 1. Swing the starter up and turn and remove wire. Position pump aside for clearance. Install the front cover to the engine.
Do not insert a screwdriver, or the oil pan flange will become damaged. Insert the Tool between the cylinder block and oil pan. Can someone help me - I'm a … beginner. If done properly, you should finish within 2+ hours. Remove the cylinder block to front cover alignment dowels. Most Nissans have the oil type printed on the oil cap - it will likely be 5W-20, 5W-30, 5W-40, 10W-30 or 10W-40.
The Starter is right next to the oil filter in a 1996 Nissan Sentra. Next, unscrew the rackets that are holding the hoses on the top and bottom as much as you can - this can take some manipulation. Get a hydrolic jack and a jack stand. Remove the four 4 front cover to cylinder head bolts. Then place the jack stands under the frame supports. Remove power steering pump, pump bracket and tension rod. You will need a floor jack and two jack stands.
If you're sitting in the driver seat its the lower panel by your right foot. Don't hit it too hard, but don't be too gentle. Spend a few minutes familiarizing your fingers with landmarks around the plug before removing the old one. From the top of the engine, unscrew the ground wire bolt that runs from the battery to engine housing. Release it and you will see the end of the filter. Don't lower the car yet, you may not have solved your problem it has been misdiagnosed. If yes, is it the positive or negative wire.
Jack up the vehicle and place it on jack stands to avoid a hydrolics problem and also a death problem in case your jack gives way. Remove the front exhaust tube. From the images I've seen, the plugs appear to be buried in the valve cover like many Hondas and Toyotas. Support the engine with a suitable jack. Remove side and lower engine compartment splash covers.
This video shows you the location of your oil drain plug, oil filter, oil fill cap and dipstick in addition to the steps needed to change the oil and filter in your Altima. If the rotor needs to be removed the a 19mm socket is required to remove the caliper bracket so the rotor can be taken off the hub. Its about 4 or 5 inches tall and only a few inches wide, and there is a handle at the top. You will need a floor jack and two jack stands. Install vacuum hoses, electrical harnesses and connectors. I used a Beck Arnley rebuilt part number 187-0387. Install the lower chain tensioner See Figure 3.