Unhooking the two fuel lines remember which one is which inside the housing first, plus unplugging the snap plug inside + and - , make it easier to remove. Or, you can order online from AutoZone and take advantage of Same Day Store Pickup if you need that replacement immediately. Roberts The easiest way is to do so through the pasenger side. That's why most Maxima fuel pump problems cause the engine to run like it's starving for fuel; after all, that's basically what's happening. If you don't notice a change then it might be an issue with the gauge. Remember which hose goes to each connector. But the question now is if it will still in fact shut off that Service engine soon light.
Put the main pulley bolt in and tighten it with the impact wrench. It's probably the same as mine. It reved engine but nothing would happen. Somewhere in the past, the wrong sized o-ring was put in the seal between the tank and the sending unit and no auto parts stores carried it. Models built from 2000 to 2003 have a 3. If the vehicle has been driven and is still warm, it takes 2 or 3 attempts to start.
Add some more gasket compound to the top of the gasket. Good luck and keep us posted. I'm sure you would have figured it out anyhow. Unbolt thepositive cable from the alternator and unplug the wires to thevoltage regulator squeeze and gently pull it out - don't breakit. Once the plate is off you'll see another metal ring containing like 6-7 smaller screws and there will be two hoses with easy-on connectors on the top. Just replaced the starter it had failed.
This will allow fuel pressure to build in the line minimizing hard starting problem. This is the tough part - getting both hands in there to stabilize the filter while trying to remove the clamps, e … specailly the lower one. The contact must make 5 or 6 attempts in order to start the vehicle. The work on doing that is better than having to drill out broken bolts later on 7. Undo thebelt and unbolt the tensioner itself and r … emove it to get it out ofthe way. When picking a reliable brand name for your intake system's fuel pump, trust Airtex.
The bolts should be loosen a little at a time in multiple turns. Take the bottom plastic coverings of the car. Otherwise fuel will spray everywhere - Not Good Do this by removing the fuel pump fuse while the engine is running. Then take the belt off. Jack up the rear of the van. Notice there is a different bolt on the top front of the pump.
First remove the two hoses by pinching in on the two plastic tabs protruding on each connector head a bit stubborn. Mechanic reset and a few thousand miles later it came on again. Some anti-freeze is sure to come out cause it did on mine and if you read my story you know i had none Installation: 1. Decreased level of driving quality, poor general performance, suboptimal gas mileage, or exposure to possible unit failure are just some down sides of driving a vehicle with a defective component. Retighten hose clamps I always liner them up so they are easier to remove the next time , snap filter into place, remove clamps from fuel lines, and your all set. The larger one is flex enough for the tank to be lowered.
Remove the cover from the the far back, between the back of the rear seat and the trunk space. Reconnect the hose to the gasoline filler. Now the hard part - you have to reach the head of the boltholding the alternator on with a 14mm box end wrench and back itout. You then remove the rear seat cushion by pulling outward on the two tabs located on the bottom front of the cushion near the floor board. If you've never taken the pulley off before once you get the puller set up you might need to use a hammer and hit the bolt that tightens the puller to kind of knock loose the pulley. Then pull up the bottom cushion.
It might be easier to push the pump out of the filter from the top. The suggestion above is just a patch but you need to fix the problem. I can see a little movement on the gauge but it drops back down. Remove the other hose that goes from the splitter thingy to the thingy right below it right to the top left of the water pump 2 flathead screwdriver bolts Note: you may need the screwdriver to pry off the tubing cause it gets kind of stuck on there. If I understand this test correctly, the point of the clamping isolates all components upstream of the clamping point the regulator and fuel injectors from the system under test, leaving only fuel pump assembly as the cause for the lack of maintaining fuel pressure.
Those would probably be more likely to cause slow starting. Be aware that as you remove that last screw, the pump housing beneath is spring loaded and will pop up slightly. The consumer stated the fule pump and map sensor was replaced. The Nissan Maxima comes in a variety of styles and trim levels and this can affect your choice of fuel pump. First thing, purchase a new filter from Nissan. The pressure jumps about 5 psi as expected and there is no fuel leaking out the vacuum line.
It simply slides into a bracket, and the rubber fuel lines are just held on by 2 clamps. Undo the bracket thatholds the top of the alternator in place and remove it. Finally realized it would start but only after a very long crank. Once out, go to the curbside and work on it there. Have you ever heard of this issue? There is a metal piece holding the hose on.