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You have two separate issues here. First, you have what I would think is leaking valve seals. When you slow down, there is a great amount of vacuum build up inside the intake track. With leaking valve seals, this will pull oil past them and down into the intake track. This gets pulled into your engine when you speed back up and causes the blue smoke. ...
It was definitely my timing belt, I don't think it has ever been changed. It looked like one tooth wore down and finally gave way. I am actually shocked that it didn't jump prior to breaking. It took me a good 12 hours to complete on the side of the road in a storm. I busted out my deep sea fishing gear and went to town on it. To those who have an ...
After replacing the speed sensor and the fuel level sensor and resetting the codes. A new code came up U1001 (CAN communication) in addition to the other codes. I tracked the problem back to the instrument cluster where the fuel level sensor and the speed sensor signals travel through to the ECU. Replaced the instrument cluster with one from a junk yard, ...
I have always found that an owners' forum for your specific make/model is the best source of information. FOr instance, here's a Nissan Owners Club from the UK: http://www.nissanownersclub.com/ There's always someone who takes things very seriously and can help you with just about any piece of information you require.
I'm thinking, from your description, that the problem is the blinker relay, not a fuse. The lights themselves should go through the tail lamp fuse. The relay is what gives the characteristic ticking sound. The emergency flashers usually run off of a separate blinker relay, but may be the same thing. If so, you can use it to test between the two. These relays ...
It's called a wind deflector or just deflector
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