2005 Nissan Altima - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Its located in the IPDM box....remove the cover and you ll see a side with 4 relays close to the fuses and the other side 3line of relays,the relay in the middle is your fuel pump relay......hold the ipdm in position the fuses in the box upside....

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2005 Nissan... | Answered on Sep 22, 2019 | 31 views

no it could be air condition clutch that engage/disengage the air condition compressor and disengage it through the pulley or could be the pulley bearings one of them . also check the solenoid that controls that clutch .
have a good luck sir .

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Sep 03, 2019 | 1,128 views

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2005 Nissan... | Answered on Mar 12, 2019 | 557 views

You need to go to a parts house and have them read the codes. Most do this at no charge. A blinking service engine light indicates that a problem exists that can cause engine damage. For example, if a spark plug is miss firing it could damage the catalytic converter. The steady light indicates that a code has been recorded.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 23, 2019 | 90 views

Might be the A/C head unit in there also after checking for fuses & relays .

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 19, 2019 | 379 views

Pull the radio and check the antenna jack. It may be unplugged.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 07, 2019 | 51 views

Try starting it in neutral instead or park...It may be your neutral start switch is bad in the park position. Otherwise, it sounds like a starter relay is not working.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 18, 2019 | 251 views

i think replacing the sensor is in order. i know all car makes have "recalibration updates" for the ecm and should be done, but have rarely fixed vehicles on just that alone. and your symptoms suggest the sensor could be intermittently bad

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Nov 21, 2018 | 4,779 views

in order for the shift lock solenoid to release a stop lamp signal must be received. the 2 most common causes of an intermittent inop. shift lock solenoid would be (1) intermittently the stop lamps do not work (stop lamp switch, etc.) or (2) intermittently the shift lock solenoid receives power but does not operate (bad solenoid). There are certainly other possible causes but I'd begin by confirming the stop lamps turn on when the shift lock does not release. Hope this helps

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Oct 06, 2018 | 364 views

get the trouble codes read to find out what's setting the warning light on

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Sep 12, 2018 | 424 views

Look for a sticker on/near the drivers door or under the engine compartment hood.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Apr 15, 2018 | 86 views

Contact a Nissan dealer they will email you a copy, hope this helps...

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 21, 2018 | 239 views

obviously not a mechanic
with bad sensors you would have starting and noticeable engine running problems
have the fault codes read by an accredited service center and check the EVAP system

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018 | 50 views

could indicate dirty transmission oil
bad harness connections or faulty reverse servo/ solenoids needing heat to operate properly
run the fault codes to see if any sensor shows up

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 31, 2018 | 37 views

I saw two fuse boxes, one appears to be close to battery and interior fuse box.
As far as the interior fuse box, I'd look along lower edge of dash. Sometimes the fuse is located on the end of dash, have to open door to see it.
Do you want a wiring diagram for brake lites?
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2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018 | 21 views

get it serviced , tune up with filters (air and gas filter)

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2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 24, 2018 | 204 views

There could be a whole lot of reasons.
Here are some, not in order of "what is most likely".
1) Your electrical "cooling-fan" circuit could be at fault.
This is the circuit that includes the radiator cooling fan, the engine block sensor, the electrical relay, and the wiring.
Any fault here will cause overheating.
2) Your water pump or drive belt could be at fault.
3) Your engine could have an air bubble that need to be cleared.
4) Although quite rare, check to be sure the lower radiator hose in not collapsing when the engine is revved ( such as when going down the road at 40-70 MPH)
Test bt feeling of it to be sure it is not "soft".
God bless your efforts.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 04, 2018 | 116 views

Yes, there should be a timing mechanism that shuts the defroster off after a certain time. Are you sure you are giving it enough time? Usually about 10 or 15 minutes when most defrosters turn off automatically. Try contacting a dealer service or tech rep about the system- how long it should stay on, how to diagnose, where such parts are located, etc.

2005 Nissan... | Answered on Jan 02, 2018 | 294 views

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