Fire it up and enjoy! Then, remove the top and bottom hoses, being sure to be prepared for some fuel spillage. Had to use clutch to keep engine running, nearly missing other vehicles trying to maintain control of vehicle trying to restart engine. What you are looking for should be black and cylinder shaped with a cap on the top. Remove the Fuel Pump fuse located inside the car behind the coin-box-- use diagram on backside of coin box to find out which one it is 2. The cause of the above failures is undetermined. Don't remove the pump's pulley until you have it out of the car. Use a wrench to tighten the pointed bolt against the shaft until the pulley is removed the pulley may have to restrained from turning.
The driver was severely burned by the airbags when they deployed. I haven't tried a jaw puller because I'm afraid the pulley will bend. At that point both airbags popped out and car changed direction from my diagonal left to diagonal right. While waiting for a tow, I was able to restart my car after about 10 minutes, but was too afraid to try driving it in those traffic conditions. At this point i'm stuck removing the power steering pump from its location.
Then take off the neg battery terminal. Alan Thanks for the assistance, but I'm still confused. Shop online for the part you want and pick it up today with Same Day Store Pickup. Replace with new ones before install of new pump. Remove and discard the copper sealing washers. Replace your current system with a new Nissan Sentra power steering pump from AutoZone today. My brakes and steering were going quickly, but I was able to bring the car to a full stop next to the guard rail.
Reinstall everything eles and take your car out for a test drive. The contact stated that while driving 65 mph in rainy weather, the vehicle began spinning suddenly the contact could not figure out why and crashed into a guardrail twice. Remove intake assembly, undo all spark plug wires, and remove all harness out of harm's ps fluid's way. I was right next to a two-lane exit to I35, where the traffic was flying past me; several cars almost ran into me, with one extremely distracted driver crossing the line onto the shoulder and heading right at me. It was an extremely dangerous situation. The manual only seems to show removal of the pulley and shaft as an assembly. This makes the hole in the pulley a bit larger so it can be pressed back on the pump shaft.
Position the power steering pump to the engine. Looking at the top of the pump behind the pulley you will see a 14mm bolt, this needs to be loosened first. I was so scared and still so much depressed that I don't know what to do. Or you could unplug the fuse for the pumnp, and run the motor till it dies to bleed pressure … from the fuel system. Loosen the clamp and disconnect the fluid return hose from the pump.
Does anyone have experience taking this pump out? I just checked the service manual and if you removed all the bolts and hose connections it should come right out. The contact called the dealer who stated that they had no complaints about the failure. When I asked the police officer, she told me that I have to prove it that it was a mechanical error. Use the hammer and tap it back out, hitting the inside to make it closer to the bracket. Install the power steering pump pulley to the power steering pump.
The cause of the above failures is undetermined. Should the new pump have come with the pulley already installed? Then reconnect the fuel lines and make sure every fastener is tight. When you open it, it will have a short dipstick that is attached to the lid with a few different markings on it including a range … of marks for cold fluid and a range of marks for hot fluid. GoodluckJoe I think I can add to GoodluckJoe's answer: I just did this job on a 1994 Nissan Sentra 1. Loosen the tensioner and remove the drivebelt. We've worked hard over 11 years designing a website experience that makes it easy for anyone to idenify whether parts fit their car. My brakes and steering were going quickly, but I was able to bring the car to a full stop next to the guard rail.
Loosen two 10mm bolts at the bottom of the backrest to the seat and lift out. There are two pipes connected to the gasoline filler at the side of the van. Release fuel pressure by starting car and removing the fuel pump fuse, open fuel filler cap, remove rear seat, open fuel assembly cover by turning the screws clockwise, remove harness, … remove fuel line quick connector carefully if pressure was not relieved, gas will leak, make sure to release pressure completely , take out fuel assembly watch out for fuel level sensor and temp sensor thingies. Then take off the neg battery terminal. If you have a leak, make sure to check all the power steering components and connections. A few days later the engine died again and restarted after another harrowing wait on the side of the road. If the pulley is particularly stubborn, the puller tool mentioned above may still be required.
Disconnect the harness connector 4 from the power steering pump 1. Working under the car,remove the pressure line-to-pump banjo bolt then detach the line from the pump. Th … is may be your case as well, you will just have to figure out which way to push or pull. Vehicle is a 2002 Pathfinder. The blue one is the fuel pump relay.