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  • Rear View Mirror
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The Nissan Altima is a mid-sized car that has been in production since 1992 that was designed by Nissan's team in California in 1989. The Altima features coil-over shocks with dampers at each end, 15-inch wheels, and the ability to seat four adults comfortably. It offered trims like the sporty SE, with a stiffer chassis and sports seats, and the GLE, featuring a unique digital head-up display. The 1995 model year saw the introduction of a new grille, taillights, and a spoiler for the SE. The second generation, redesigned in 1994, offered a redesigned glove box, cup holders, and different bumpers. The 2004 model made headlines as the first Altima generation to offer a V6 engine. In 2005, the Altima was again redesigned, boasting a new grille, red taillights, a new interior, an optional DVD navigation system, and the SE-R model with 260 horsepower. The 2002-2004 models faced criticism for hard, brittle plastic interiors and light or jerky steering and had significant issues with excessive oil consumption that occasionally led to engine failure. The Nissan Altima has maintained its place as a reliable, economical, and versatile mid-size car in the global market.

Despite its overall impressiveness, the Nissan Altima, like all steel-made vehicles, is prone to wear and tear, leading to potential problems. Chief among these are issues with the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), as reported on, such as shuttering, vibrating, hesitating, and running roughly. Symptoms of transmission failure can include overheating, slipping, shuddering, and decreased engine performance. Difficulties in shifting gears and strange noises indicate a need to inspect the torque converter and valve body. Excessive oil consumption, another significant problem, can strain your budget and degrade the Altima's performance. Various faulty parts could cause this, including a defective oil filter. Hard starting, excessive engine vibration, and impact noises might point to problems with the engine mount, motor and transmission mount, camshaft position sensor, ignition switch, and ignition lock assembly, especially if the Check Engine Light is activated. However, reactive measures alone are insufficient for maintaining an optimal Altima. Preventative measures such as regular maintenance are essential. Parts like the door lock actuator, prone to failure due to frequent usage, should be maintained regularly to prevent theft risks. Similarly, the door handle, brake pad set, seat belt, headlight, emblem, and cabin air filter require regular attention to ensure a safe and enjoyable driving experience.

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Nissan Altima Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and replace Fuel Level Sensor and Fuel Pump?
    A: Relieve fuel pressure and disconnect the battery when servicing the module. Remove the rear seat cushion and pump access cover. Disconnect the connectors, hoses, and lines. To replace the fuel level sensor, detach it from the module and disconnect the wires. Install the new sensor, replace the O-ring seal, and lower the module into the tank. the assembly, and reinstall the cover as well as the seat.
  • Q: How to replace the radiator and coolant reservoir?
    A: First of all, have the AC system discharged and then detach the battery. Remove the grille or bumper, raise the vehicle, and detach the splash shield. Next, remove the front air inlet duct, battery tray, AC condenser, and coolant overflow hose. Disconnect the radiator hoses as well as the fluid cooler lines.
  • Q: How to replace a thermostat in a Nissan Altima?
    A: Drain the cooling system and save the coolant if it's in good condition. Remove the fresh air intake duct, lower radiator hose, and air filter housing. Disconnect hoses from the coolant outlet and heater pipe, installing a new O-ring on the heater pipe end. Remove the housing cover, tap it loose if stuck, and clean mating surfaces. Remove the thermostat or water control valve, install a new sealing ring, and insert the valve into the housing with the air bleed facing up for the thermostat. Apply RTV sealant for the thermostat cover or use a new gasket for the water control valve. Tighten bolts evenly, then refill the cooling system. For V6 engines, remove the water pump drain plug and coolant reservoir, disconnect the IVT valve connector, and the lower radiator hose. Remove the thermostat housing/thermostat assembly and replace it if the thermostat is defective. Install everything in reverse, position the jiggle valve correctly, refill the cooling system, start the engine, and check for leaks and proper thermostat operation.