Before I go out and purchase a pump, I would like to make sure the relay is good. If the plugs are drenched with fuel, it shows that you have fuel, so the pump is working. We put the belt back on, and tightened the 14 mm tensioner pulley bolt, then the 8 mm tensioner rod and then the 14 mm tensioner set screw bolt. Installed when techs really didn't understand. Is the position of the crank angle sensor critical? Going through my notes, the 90 Q45 fuel pump relay is the lime-green relay circled below in the passenger-side of the trunk behind the side fiberboard bulkhead near the antenna motor. It will likely still work, but may need some minor modification.
I'd say your low idle issue is related to a dirty intake and throttle body. The last place is the bottom. Your vehicle is also carbureted, not fuel-injected, so If I had your vehicle and it was lugging out on take-off, I would be looking at the accelerator pump in the carburetor, not the fuel pump. Once it is loose, you lift the panel up and off the door, do not swing it out away from the door. I don't know what relays and fuses you want to check, but your 1988 Nissan Sentra is equipped with a mechanical fuel pump which is located on the rear of the engine under the intake manifold. If it has one wire it is an oil pressure sending unit. You need a small flat faced screw driver and get a piece of cardboard which you can slip between the screw driver and the panel where ever you might pry against so you don't cut it or mark it.
The fuel from the fuel pump goes to the fuel rail that supplies fuel to the fuel injectors. I left the rad hose as- … is. According to my owners manual, the sentras do not have an actual fuel filter. After about 15 minutes of trying over and over again, the car will maintain rpm's and run fine. It is held in place by a u-type clamp - you can just pull it out. The connector should easily come out. History: Fuel pump replaced recently due to humming.
This has allowed my car to start and not flood out, if it stalls as I had seen before. I noticed that the holes for the bolts are slotted and you can turn the sensor on an axis. Do the same on the bottom and the back of the ring hooks the the handle. I had the same problem finding the starter of my 95 Altima. Once you have lifted it, the front section of it just hooks, so pull it backwards and you can remove it. Visit an AutoZone near you and benefit from trustworthy advice from our reliable staff, who is on-hand to help you find the perfect replacement part for your ride.
The alternator had to be removed again, the tensioner pulley 14 mm bolt loosened so that the pulley could be slid in its slot. As are the diagrams of the fuel pump relay location, the procedure for checking the fuel pump relay are also splattered about. Posted on May 04, 2009 One of the items you can try is to turn on the ignition switch, so the dash board lights come on, and wait 10 seconds before you start the engine. You have to remove the dust cover for the flywheel to access the 10mm nuts. Lets do below for a start to determine if its fuel or spark related issue and get back asap. Upon further investigation I found that there was no gas flowing thourgh the fuel filter or the lines.
By waiting this amount of time I have ensured the pressure was up in the fuel delivery system and it was working as designed. I know that the guys that helped me work on the car previously, pulled out the spark plugs, and pulled out the crank angle sensor. You can call your local nissan dealer to make sure, but as far as I am told they dont have an actual canister filter as your normal car would. I have no power to the Eng Cont 10a fuse under the hood but all other test good. I can also smell a strong odor from the exhaust.
Our fuel pump replacement for Nissan Sentra restores your sedan's fuel economy and performance. . There is a pressure regulator to keep the fuel at the proper pressure. I've gotten plenty of usefull info from this forum. If anyone knows of someone who needs one, please let me know. Don't forget to take advantage of free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing while you shop at one of our stores. Take the cardboard place it against the door panel right at the top of where the inner door handle trim ring is and out near the end at the top, push the screw driver under the ring , twist it a little and the ring will pop loose.
Then, remove the top and bottom hoses, being sure to be prepared for some fuel spillage. Any suggestions would be greatly appriciated. I used a vise grips clamped on the hose not too tightly to help wrench off the hoses. If the door has lights at the bottom, unplug the light before removing the door panel, it will be obvious how it comes loose. If the temperature falls below 60 degrees during the night, when I go to start the car up in the morning, she starts right up, but shuts right off. I went to a fastener store, bought a 40 mm long M10 bolt and thought I was in business, until realizing that the same thicker boss was also contacting the threads of the tensioner rod.
When it runs good, I love it, but when there are problems, I feel like putting it through a crusher. The transmission and engine mount makes it difficult to remove the two nuts but with patience, they can be removed. This part will have the switch s in it. The oil pan does not use a felt gasket but silicone gasket maker. The excess fuel is then returned to the gas tank. I found a pin on the pump module burned, and had to replace it as well.