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It sounds like the dimmer switch is set to off. The car's dash lights are on a dimmer switch. That switch allows you to change the brightness of the lights at night. The switch is capable of switching the lights from full-off to full-on. Also, it is not uncommon for dashboards to have their lights on during the day, while the regular lights are off. This ...


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Most seat belts are "checked" via two sensors: one in the seat (to check for pressure ... usually around 60-80lbs to activate); one in the click mechanism for the seat belt (to see if it's engaged). I'd suggest one or both of these sensors are bad. If the seat sensor never closes, it doesn't worry about whether the seat belt is buckled. If it closes ...


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Do you guys have any idea what might be wrong? There is probably air in the system. Nissans used to be tricky to bleed the air after changing a thermostat, waterpump, timing belt or timing chain on certain engines. Older Maximas and Sentras used to be known for it. You can bleed and fill the system as follows. The idea is to get the radiator higher than ...


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It depends on what is near the hole; that is, what the exhaust blowing toward. Gas tank and lines, brake lines and electric wire would be especially vulnerable to damage. A header pipe ( manifold to first converter/muffler, etc.) is hotter than an intermediate pipe. While on vacation I got a hole in a header pipe ; I made a crude temporary patch to drive for ...


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