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Could this be it? YouTube • Nissan D21 Front Suspension Mystery Rattle [SOLVED!] The brake caliper appears to be lose.


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To test the throw on your clutch: Press the clutch pedal down to the floor, slowly, and take a careful note of the resistance you feel on the pedal. At about 7/8 of the way down you should feel the pedal go slightly less resistive. This is the 'throw over' of the diaphragm spring of the clutch pressure plate. If you can not feel this lessening of the pedal ...


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You need to check the speed sensor at the transmission with an Ohm meter and find around 25 Ohms. One of the wires, usually purple attaches, to the back of the instrument panel. Make sure of a good connection and continuity in the wiring. Another fault that can occur is that the driving wheel on the transmission output shaft is slipping on the shaft, which ...


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The removal of the thermostat on an engine will cause poor circulation of the coolant and cause overheating on its own, especially at the furthest cylinders. On the Nissan K12 the timing chains have always have had a tendency to stretch. (They are a simple single link chain.) This may be contributing to a wrong diagnosis of the crankshaft sensor. Your ...


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One of the simpliest solutions is to check coolant route: There can be air in hoses, add some coolant while revving engine (it will pump liquid and you can fill air with a liquid) Check tubes for bend, it can stop liquid flow Not sure crank sensor can cause heat, but o2 sensor can. If your AFR is lean it can produce more heat. Anyway, please provide ...


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If I understand correctly, your thermostat was removed? In that case, have a new one installed. Aside from that, there could be lots of reasons for your engine running hot: A blockage in the cooling system, e.g. if there's something blocking the radiator or one of the pipes have collapsed. not enough coolant. losing pressure in the cooling system, e.g. if ...


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When you are driving in a straight line, the load on the front axle is shared equally between the two front hubs, so any noises will be low. When you turn to the left, there is a weight transfer to the outside wheel(right wheel) and any noises from it will be more accentuated/louder. It is the opposite when you turn right. You need to check your hub bearings ...



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