Follow along to learn how to properly replace a strut assembly on a Nissan Altima. This video is sponsored by PRT.
When replacing the timing chain, do the complete job and replace the tensioner, guides and, in some cases, the sprockets.
The Adaptive Shift Control delivers responsive and powerful acceleration.
Nissan’s steering system is susceptible to driver-error. Here’s what to look for in these systems.
If the system is malfunctioning, the light will flash for one minute and then stay on.
New software releases are available for DrivePro ES and DrivePro Users.
With attention driver aids, like lane departure, automatic braking and autonomous driving features, it is easy to forget they need existing automotive technologies to operate. This video examines the close relationship between these advanced systems and everyday repairs, like wiper blades and brake pads. Sponsored by Nissan.
Andrew Markel covers how to diagnose if a leak is a leak or just normal seepage. Often engine, transmission and drivetrain components will show signs of seepage that might actually be a leak and could indicate the failure of a seal, gasket or casing. Sponsored by Nissan.
Andrew Markel covers Nissan TSB NTB99-057d on the inspection of shocks and struts. This TSB gives definitive guidelines on what is normal and what’s abnormal when it come to leaking fluid. Sponsored by Nissan.
Nissan’s Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) NTB17-008b covers specific VQ-Series V6 engines that may show signs of oil leaking around the valve timing control solenoid. This TSB has a great tip on how to install rubber O-rings without causing damage. Hint: all you need is a piece of paper! Sponsored by Nissan.
Andrew Markel covers Nissan TSB NTB10-009b and the strategies for removing seized oxygen sensors in downpipes and exhaust pipes. Sponsored by Nissan.