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wont start and we byassed the clutch saftey switch and it still wont start what next
Hey there. You have a starter relay on the left of the engine compartment that sends power to the starter solenoid when you go to crank it. This is the only part you have not changed. If you would like...
Air conditioner clutch doesn't engage
Hello there, a few different faults can cause the AC clutch not to engage on your 1998 Nissan 200SX. The most common would be the refrigerant is low, AC high pressure switch, AC clutch failure, or lack of voltage to...
EGR BPT valve & EGR solenoid valve need replacements
Hello there. When codes go away like this, it generally means that the fault has resolved itself or the Check Engine Light has failed in the cluster. If the code is gone this would indicate that there is not a...
Car loses power and stalls/dies if under 2000 RPM
Hello there. There are a few possible problems could be causing your 1999 Nissan 200SX to stall in this manner. The most common would be a MAF sensor, vacuum leak, fuel pump, fuel filter, alternator, battery or oxygen sensors. I...
Front passenger side wheel has play after repairs
Hello there. Many different things may be causing play in the front of your 1997 Nissan 200SX. The wheel bearings can definitely be at fault and cause the growling noise. With the bearing already replaced, other possible causes would be...
A/C vents not blowing out air
Hello there. This is not an uncommon fault. The AC system uses various doors and motors to control where the AC comes out and the temperature of it. Over time, it is common for the mode selection actuator to fail,...
Power steering not working in 1987 Nissan 200SX
Hey there, with the power steering not working, I would advise not driving the vehicle as this would be unsafe. There are a few causes for the power steering not working, the most likely is a fluid leak or power...
Hello, my car has no spark, no controlled ground for the fuel pump, and no injector pulse. Fuse link close to the battery and relays are good.
Hello and thank you for contacting YourMechanic. The ECU is under your passenger's side seat. You can gain access to it by simply sliding the seat all the way forward and removing the plastic cover from the ECU. You can...

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