Yes, you should absolutely disconnect the negative battery terminal. This is not just to prevent the air bag from deploying, you should always disconnect the battery before starting any work that involves the car's electrical system. This is because of safety, to prevent you from getting shocked (from the starter motor system) or burnt if you touch a live ...
You can ask the at the parts counter of a Nissan dealer.
You might also have success searching for the part on eBay. By specifying the model and year of the vehicle, eBay will return a listing of available parts, and many of those listings will contain Nissan's part number.
EDIT: The answer to this question contains another very good tactic for finding the ...
I would inspect the console in detail to work out where the fixings are.
Some have screws that are only visible when the ashtray is removed for example, others rely on hidden clips where one has to prise the covers off to get to screws etc
The only place where there will be detailed instructions will be in the workshop manual. However the exploded parts ...
this is my first contribution, so I hope it's helpful.
Something is amiss with the diagnosis of what's leaking and or the type of fluid.
Even worse, I'm worried that you may have done more harm than good.
If it is truly coolant, it will likely be a green or orange color. It has a very distinct smell especially if it's burning / boiling. Whatever is in the ...
From your description, you have a coolant leak. One of the quickest way to ruin an engine is to have insufficient coolant. If your radiator had no coolant (water), running it could do damage. The leak could be coming from any number of places, as it can travel a good distance from the source by the time it hits the ground. Someone needs to have eyes on it to ...
I am guessing on this, but I'll bet the orange stripe indicates the intake cam, while the yellow stripe on the other indicates the exhaust cam. The stripes are in the same relative place on the cams. Any which way, this paint is not on the camshaft lobes, nor on the journals, so it is absolutely nothing to worry about.
Reset the code after you did it. Then start the engine, see if there is a P0011 code warning again.
Here is the link to how to deal with P0011 code : from autoblog.com
From that website:
"What repairs can fix the P0011 code?"
Resetting the fault codes and performing a road test
Changing the oil and filter to the proper oil viscosity for the engine ...
All Japanese cars using a clockwise thread bolt.
Meaning: You need to counterclockwise to loosen it.
Use WD40 or lubricant fluid like WD40.
Spray it around the bolt.
Let it sink or wait 15minutes.
And use an impact driver to loosen it up. Or hammering your wrench :D
Using blocking technic and cranking it, it just does more harm than good, you could bend ...
From this link:
The misfire detection monitor runs during normal engine operating and driving conditions and is used by the PCM to determine whether the engine is malfunctioning to the point where it is releasing excess pollutants into the atmosphere. The OBD II system detects misfires on most vehicles by monitoring variations in the speed of the crankshaft ...
It seems you want to make a bypass with a loophole? aren't you afraid that your car could be stolen in the same way? or are you trying to get the neighbor's car? :|
The way you ask to bypass the wheel-lock, bypass immobilizer is concerning me.
You can however to create a similar device (wheel lock and immobilizer) with your own program and Arduino. But you ...