01 Nissan Sentra no spark on two spark plugs?
Ecu is probly it the chance that two coils to go bad at the same time is not likely yet possible
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Answer . The spark plugs are hidden underneath the coils which are part of the spark plug cap for each plug. After you remove each coil you will see the plug deep underneath. The coils themselves are quite inconspicuous but you will find them if you look carefully.
TTake them off ONE AT A TIME. If this is not enough information you need to take it to a garage.
Answer . \nHTE SPARK PLUGS ARE IN THE TOP OF THE ENGINE \nJUST IN THE MIDDLE
if its anything like the 98 1.6 remove the spark plug wires using a deep well socket (don't remember the size sorry) short extension and ratchet and turn counter clockwise and you can get a long tool under $10 were you push on the button on one end and fingers come out the other end great for reachi…ng in tight places to get small parts and use this to get the plugs out then gap new plugs (use NGK type) and install and replace plug wires....at this time should check the dist cap & rotor if bad go to an O'reilly's parts store and get the cap & rotor as when I purchased mine they told me its lifetime warranty so every 25000 miles take the cap & rotor in and get a new one...... Bschmitt (MORE)
Answer . You might try to locate them by following the 4 wires coming out of the distributor. There should be a spark plug on the other end of each of them.
Answer . \nThey are located 3 facing you as you look at the motor from the front and the other 3 on the backside. The front ones are located under a plastic panel that is held down by hex screws.
Answer . \nyou need to explain exactly what you are trying to do as I don't understand the terminology of "connecting spark plugs". do you pull all the plug wires off and not don't know which ones go to what plug? If you go to the car parts store and get a repair manual it will give you instruc…tions on all aspects of how to for your car and it includes pictures too (MORE)
Answer . \nThe fron three are located under the plate that says Nissan, 3000, etc.... then there are tree ignition coils with 2 screws on each, with those remove you will reveal the spark plugs, they are down about 12-16 in. Then for the other three look futher back for the same type of igniti…on coils when located reove the and repeat the cycle. (MORE)
Answer . Engine Type 4-1.6L F/inj. DOHC GA16DE \nAvailable Brand Name\nPart Number\nPlugGap\n Notes\nPlatinum Pro\n APP3924\n .044\n \nXP Xtreme Performance\nXP3924\n .044\n \nPlatinum\n AP3924\n .044\n \nCopper Core\n 3924\n .044\nOE Style\…n. \n \n. \n. \nEngine Type 4-2.0L F/inj. DOHC SR20DE \nAvailable Brand Name\nPart Number\nPlugGap\n Notes\nPlatinum Pro\n APP3924\n .032\n \nXP Xtreme Performance\nXP3924\n .032\n \nPlatinum\n AP3924\n .032\n \nCopper Core\n 3924\n .032\nOE Style (MORE)
Why 99 Nissan sentra GXE engine cranks but will not start fuel pump good spark plugs firing can anyone help?
Answer . Start with a computer code scanner. See what it says. Borrow, rent or buy one for your vehicle. They are available at most auto parts retailers.
Answer . \nCarefully \nWhat engine? 4.6 or 5.4? Coil on plug, or do you have plug wires? If it coil on plug you have to unbolt each coil and pull them off the plugs one at a time
Answer . \nIf you are talking about oil on the outside of the spark plug then you have a leaking valve cover gasket. Oil on the spark plug electrode is a sign of defective rings and an engine in need of an overhaul.
1994 Nissan sentra 1.6 ltr std transmission you recently changed the spark plugs and ignition rotor and now its missing and making a rattling noise around the spark plug area what is rattling noise?
engine rattling . \nYou haven't by any chance dropped something down a sparkplug hole! Small nut or bolt!
.035" or 1.1mm It seems to me that for the QG18DE ( 1.8 liters ) the gap is 0.043 instead of 0.035. This last gap is for theSR20DE ( 2.0 liters). This information comes from the User Manual.
plug change on a '00 sentra . i changed plugs on my 2000 sentra it should be the same procedure just loosen the screws to the four caps on the top of ur block and take them out and replace 1 by 1 if u have the paper i would go with pre-gapped plugs preferably platinum NGK
Not as straight forward an operation as you might hope. First, locate the coil packs. The Infiniti has a small coil mounted on top of each spark plug. This is why you will not see any heavy gauge spark plug wires running from a coil or distributor to the obvious location of the spark plug. The coil …packs are bolted down to the block with a 10mm bolt. In many cases other itesm, (air filter assembly, brackets loaded with stuff) must be removed even to see the coil packs. Be very careful with the coils as they are expensive to replace ($50+ each). The coil pack will reach down into the engine 8-10" to where the spark plug actually sits. You will need a long socket adapter to reach in and actually remove the spark plug. To change all 6 plugs, plan to spend about three hours if you have never done this before. (MORE)
The spark plug firing order is ( 1- 3 - 7 - 2 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 8 ). The engine cylinders / spark plugs are numbered :. passenger side of engine , front to rear , 1 , 2 , 3 , 4. drivers side of engine , front to rear , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8
The spark plug gap for a 1999 Nissan Sentra that has a 1.6 literengine should be set a .044 inches. New spark plugs should not needadjusting as they come preset from the factory.
Remove the spark plug wires. Turn the spark plugs to the left witha deep well 5/8 socket. The spark plugs will come out. Reverse theprocess with the new spark plugs.
They are slightly above the exhaust manifold with metal heat shields around them, but if you didn't already know that you shouldn't even have your hood open! So go to a mechanic!
you pull the plastic cover off the engine it's 3 10mm blots on it to remove it then...there are four plugs in the valve cover with bolts attached also 10mm...remove those bolts pull the plugs out and then use a deep 5/8 socket or something to that measure and put down in there and remove.
on a 95 maxima the spark plugs are under the manifold where you put your oil in you have to use a Allen key to unscrew then take off three are under there
You can remove the motor mount and roll the engine froward or get an socket wrench and a long extension and spark plug socket will do the trick very tight squeeze but is possible with out removing anything at all
Some vehicles have several coil packs that send spark to two plugs.Most likely your car has this arrangement and the coil pack hasgone bad that controls the spark on the other two plugs.
see owner's manual, if you don't have a owner's manual you will need a star screw driver, and a socket set, and a magnet.. remove screws and use your socket to loosen the spark plug and then use magnet to pull out old spark plug,put new one in and tighten up, and put cover back on and put screw bac…k in,and repeat for next 3. (this is for 1.8L) (MORE)
Toyota Corolla 2001. 1.4 Ltr NGK BKREYA11 1.1mm. 1.6 Ltr NGK BKREYA11 1.1mm. 1.6 Ltr Champion RC89 YVV 0.8mm. These are UK recommendations. but they should be good worldwide. I hope this helps you. best wishes. Mike
If you are using platinum plugs, they should not require gapping. Use on what the manufacture has approved. You will get better service.
the Sentra has oil packs that are on each cylinder which means that there are no plug wires. It also looks as though the plugs are hidden because there are 4 black squares that are screwed to the top of the engine (under the plastic engine cover) when you unscrew the 4 plastic blocks and pull them u…p they will be solid plastic tubes down to the plugs and once removed you can change out the plugs as on a "Normal" engine. (MORE)
0.043 for 2002. Go with a platinum tipped. 14 - 22 Ibs with a torque wrench
Just trace the spark plug wires from the distributor and you'll find each one... on the KA24DE's they should be relatively easy to find and change. On the VG33E, plugs one to five are relatively easy -- though mostly obscured under the intake manifold. Number six, though, will take some creativity. …Its in the back, seems to be angled towards the firewall. A wobble extension and a universal should cure the problem. Good luck! (MORE)
Nissan Sentra's have factory-installs 'ND', or Nippondenso spark plugs. You can use Autolite, Bosch, Champion, or NGK spark plugs for Sentras.
Need to know year and engine size, as there are many different ones, the almera uses both long and short reach plugs, so getting the wrong ones (long reach in a short reach engine) can be a disaster.
it has 6 ; 3 on the front of he intake manifold, and 3 on top of the intake , by the fire wall, follow the wires from the distribuitor, wich is on your left, passenger side of vehicle.
Use NGK Laser Platinum, they come pre-gapped and are best for high RPM motors like the 1.8L Nissan sentra motor. Very easy to change, just remove the coils and pull straight up, notice the suction noise? Now, use your ratchet, extensions, and spark plug socket (you can figure out what size you ne…ed with the spark plugs you just bought.) remove spark plug number one, using a magnet or needle nose pliar, gently lower the new spark plug down into the cylinder careful not to drop it as you could damage the electrode. once it is in, tighten the plug in with the ratchet, extension, and socket. Put coil back over spark plug making sure the rubber seal that goes around the top of the cylinder is evenly covering the hole, tighten. Do this on all 4 spark plugs. Since you have your plugs out, now is a good time to look for a few things. Is there anti-freeze or water in the cylnder(use a flashlight to look down in the cylinder where you just pulled the plug from) If there is, try a bottle of stop leak after your next oil change. This should help the engine start better. Otherwise, you may need a head gasket. Also, if you smell gasoline on the plugs, the cylinders may be flooding when you try to start. This could be a fuel pump issue. To clean the cylinders out, after your spark plug change and the engine is back together, start the car with the accelerator pedal mashed in about 80%, once the engine starts, remove foot from accelerator. (MORE)
In a Ford Escape , 3.0 liter V6 engine : firewall 1-----2-----3 4-----5-----6 front of vehicle > driver
on all engines EXCEPT CA18DE and CA16DE Engine firing order: 1-3-4-2 Distributor rotation is counter clockwise for the 2 exceptions listed above the firing order is 1-3-4-2 distributorless ignition!
Under the hood of your car, you should see 4, 6, or 8 spark plug wires running to the sides of your engine depending on how many spark plugs your car has. These cables hook onto the tops of the plugs. Pull the caps off. Underneath, you will see the top of the plugs. You will need a special socket to… remove them. This socket is usually standard with most socket and ratchet sets. Take your old plugs out. Make sure you use a gap setter to set the gap on your new plugs. And make sure you know the correct gap setting for your vehicle. Put the new spark plugs in 'hand tight'. Just put them in by hand and them give them about 1/4 turn with your ratchet. Put the wires back on. It's that simple. You can get a gap setter at any decent auto shop and they can look up the setting for you. If need be, they should also be able to point out where the spark plugs are. (MORE)
.044 is correct, just checked the manual at the auto store becauseI have the same vehicle.
Yes, all gasoline cars have spark plugs. However, the 2005 Nissan Altima does NOT have spark plug wires. Instead, they have what are called ignition wires. They perform the same function as a spark plug wire but are more efficient. However, they are not easily replaced by a shade tree mechanic and o…ften require Nissan dealership assistance for removal/replacement. Hope this helps. (MORE)
SPARK PLUG GAP 2002 Nissan/Datsun Sentra 1.8L SFI DOHC 4cyl . The Spark Plug Gap . .043 (In thousandths of an inch).
SPARK PLUG GAP 1997 Nissan/Datsun Sentra 1.6L SFI DOHC 4cyl . The Spark Plug Gap . .044 (In thousandths of an inch). The Firing Order . Firing order 1-3-4-2 --- | 1 | | | front | | | | --- | 2 | |2 1| | | of | | | | |4 3| | | --- | 3 | | | vehicle | | | | | 4 | --- Distributor rotates cloc…kwise The Ignition Timing . 8 Degrees. (MORE)
Regardless as to whether your vehicle has the 1.6L GA16DE motor or the 2.0L SR20DE motor, use a gap of 0.8mm to 0.9mm (0.031 to 0.035 inches). Do bear in mind that if you decide to use a platinum-tipped plug, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CHECK OR CHANGE THE GAP, as you will crack the platinum coating on the el…ectrode. (MORE)
depends on the year if your car is 00 and newer it will be under the coils if it is older it will be on the top under the spark plug wires.
Stock NGK plugs are the best plugs. As you raise the boost of the TT model, you can opt for the colder grade plugs but still stick with NGK.
According to the 2001 Ford Taurus Owner Guide : ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For the 3.0 liter " Vulcan " V6 engine and its flex fuel version ( .042 to .046 inch spark plug gap ) -----------------------------------------------…------------------------------------------------- For the 3.0 liter Dual Over Head Cam " Duratec " V6 engine ( .052 to .056 inch spark plug gap ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * confirm with the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal located in the front of your engine compartment . It will show the type of spark plugs to use and the spark plug gap (MORE)
Remove the coil pack for each spark plug, then reach inside thehole with a ratchet extension and unscrew them.
The engine cover on the 2009 Nissan Sentra 2.0 SL is held in placewith two (2) 10mm screws on the top face (visible) and also by two(2) "plug-in" type plastic tips underneath the front edge of thecover. First, using a 10mm socket, remove each of the two (2) 10mmscrews and place them safely to one si…de. Then, grab the undersideof the front edge of the engine cover with your fingers (palmsfacing upwards) and lift/pull upward and they should release. Thiswill remove the engine cover and expose the intake manifold. However ..... You will ALSO need to remove 1) the accordion style air intake tubeleading from the air filter housing; 2) the silver throttle body;3) the intake manifold. The intake manifold is held in place byfive (5) 10mm bolts across the lower front side of the intakemanifold. The end bolts and middle bolt are low; the 2 remainingare higher and sit between the 2 end intake arms at each end. (it'slike an alternating patter: low - high - low - high - low). Oncethis is done, remove the intake manifold. You'll see four (4) smallindividual coil packs across the top of the engine, one for eachspark plug. You can remove these using a 10mm socket. Once removed,you will need a 14mm socket (and an extension bar of at least 6" or8") to remove each spark plug. You may also need some long needlenose pliers to remove each loosened plug from its own socketcavity. Simply reverse the order of all of these steps in order toreplace the plugs and put everything back together. This is about a2 hour job, depending upon your skill and comfort level.! (MORE)
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Two spark plugs helped in igniting the fuel from two directionsrather then causing the voltage to be increased sufficiently tojump a small gap.
Depends on the year. On any Sentra made in the last 10 years changethe spark plugs every 100,000 miles unless you have a misfire. Inthat case change them immediately. On an older Sentra change themevery 75,000 miles.