I think it is a low amperege type like 7. You can use the lid it has a fuse guide to figure out which one if for the horn. Some clutches use asbestos and breathing it in can cause health problems. Under the hood, right next to the battery, there is a fusebox. On my 96 sentra, it was the red 10A fuse on the top right side of the fuse box. Keeping things even is the key here. You can tie them out of the way.
Thanks to the designer, William R. Okay, the flywheel is back in and we're ready to go on. Pry around outside of door panel to pop out clips 6. I need visual aids to do so. I think that at this point I should mention you should get a mask to prevent breathing in the dust. In addition, the input shaft must be perpendicular to the clutch shaft. First of all take off the fuse panel inside the car.
There are two or three bolts that hold it on. Put a piece of 2x4 over the end of the axle shaft and tap it loose. We do it ourselves to help you do-it-yourself, and whatever your mechanical ability, the practical step-by-step explanations, linked to over 900 photos, will help you get the job done right. It won't move far, you just want to make sure it will move. Once the transmission is out of the way, you will see the pressure plate. With the tool line up the clutch disc in the pilot hole. Where is the starter relay located, does anyone have access to a wiring diagram or repairs manual? We took a wire and hooked it into the plug between the battery and the starter and wired it back to the battery.
I rough up both sides of the clutch disc and pressure plate with some 100 grit sand paper. My 94 Nissan Sentra won't start, you turn the key and it just clicks. Put the tool through the clutch disc and, with the pressure plate, put it into position. The company soon moved to another part of the market by selling sports cars. If you have the clutch disc positioned properly, it should slide right in when the splines mesh. It will probably take about four or five hours.
Once that's done, move the transmission into position and, here comes the fun part, lift it up and into position. It is my experience that even if your aftermarket radio has a fuse directly on the rear of the headunit, you most likely blow the primary fuse first. Next, remove the starter motor. Regular servicing and maintenance of your Nissan Sentra can help maintain its resale value, save you money, and make it safer to drive. Sales in the Americas continued to soar until finally, in 1975, the Datsun became the number 1 importer in the United States.
In 1937 Datsun Type 15 is the first mass production vehicle in Japan, which was also presented in the form of a mini-van and pickup truck. By the 60 th year Nissan has already earned a name for himself on both sides of the Pacific. In 1989, the parent company of Nissan celebrated its millionth automobile produced in the United States. You might need to hammer the alternator from underneath, sometimes they are really tight. We figured the starter was bad so took that out and tested it, everything on that works fine. You might have to pop the pressure plate loose before you remove all the bolts.
Put it back in and figured it was the starter relay? If that is not there or not visible then pull the fuses until you find one tha has failed. Remov … e 2 screws from armrest area and 1 near bottom of door 4. This should work on all Sentras from 2000-2006 B15 generation. I disassembled the carburetor to clean it and removed many hoses connected to the carburetor; but when I reassembled the carburetor, I'm sure I did not put back some hoses correctly and I can't find where 3 hoses are exactly connected on the carburetor that is why I could not even connect them. You may need to twist and turn the transmission to get the splines of the input shaft to line up with the splines of the clutch disc. This paragraph was correct for my 1998 Sentra and I'm betting it is still correct for later models.
There are six bolts that hold it in place. Near You That's Commando Authorized. Unlatch the lid to it, and you'll see several fuses. As I have one right here, I'll try to relay the info. Nissan began to expand during the '80s in order to keep pace with demand and opened new plants.
Get a pry bar between the transmission and engine block and pop the transmission loose. The transmission is not very heavy which makes things a lot easier. I didn't realize that until I had everything installed … and tried to turn the stereo on and nothing happened. I had to make a quick drive to the Car Stereo Store and get the diversity antenna, then everything worked fine. . C … an't miss it.