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All shredders have a direct drive from the motor to the gears and to the cutting blades. Strip the case off, grease and lubricate gears, bearings and pins. Most of all, use cutter lubricant.

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/388985/Ativa-X1800.html

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if youre lucky from nissans website

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Usually a failed temperature sensor on the engine, but could also be the wiring or your instrument cluster.

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Click on the link, the info is for 4t40e transaxle. The info says the transaxle holds 6.9 quarts, but, you can't go by that. How much fluid did you drain out? If you over fill or under fill, that is your responsibility. good luck

Cars & Trucks | Answered on Jan 23, 2020


Registered. The 6 Cyl has two sensors. The front one is located on the left side of the engine block just behind the AC compressor. The rear sensor is located on the left rear of the block below the starter.Jan 5, 2020
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Where is the knock sensor located??? ' Chevy TrailBlazer ...images
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Or MAF or MAP sensors if on the intake itself.

Google
year make model sensors
and you find a diagram of them all.

Cars & Trucks | Answered on Jan 23, 2020


On every car ever made since car history began??

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year make model remove door panel

Normally, remove all screws including those hidden behind covers, then use a wide blade screwdriver to lever off the studs starting at the bottom edge.

Cars & Trucks | Answered on Jan 23, 2020


Should be bolted to the top of the block and points into the bell housing.

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Yes and no. The 2wd trans will physically bolt up to the engine, but you will need a different drive shaft to fit the rear end. It will not be a direct swap.

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is it a side terminal battery

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