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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You don't want to turn the security system completely off, besides there really is no need to. To arm and disarm the vehicle simply use the key in the drivers door. When you turn the key and lock the car the system will arm after about 30 seconds. When you come back to the car and unlock the car with the drivers door lock cylinder the system will unarm, just the same as if you were using the remote. If the system is unarmed and it still wont start you probably have a NATS issue with the key. This is different than simply disarming. You can't shut off or disarm the NATS system.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
on the nissian frontiers the thermostat is most likily in the lower radiator hose if you look from under the vehicle you will likily see a round housing with three bolts or nuts just follow the hose up from the rad
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Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Distributor,open it up and take a look under he rotor.The bearings usually brake and will not allow the car to restart.
Posted on May 11, 2009
I've had this happen with several of my cars and what it inevitably turned out to be was a clog in the evaporator drainage hose. The moisture that condenses in your evaporator casing should drain out through a hose that leads out under your car but if the hose gets clogged that water backs up and ends up on the carpet inside your car. Sometimes its a bit of a hassle to get to but with a bit of work you can usually use a bit of wire or a pipe cleaner to clear it out. If you can crawl under your car, its also possible and sometimes easier to get at it from the there.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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