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I don't know position to switch on the button for my Nissan mistral automatic transmission

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Make enquiries at a Nissan Main dealer outlet.

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SOURCE: can i tow a 1997 nissan mistral 4x4 automatic

does it have a n pos on the 4x4 shift if not no! just remove front and rear shafts at the diffs and tie up the drive shafts then you can tow it

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SOURCE: my nissan b14, won't start at time when gear is in park position

Try jacking up car and put on stands as high as poss as you could have air returning when the pedal is returned ,so jack up car pump pedal 4 times fast and hold down bleed l/h/s/first ,do 2 times then the r/h/side and then push down pedal clamp rubber flex hose over back axlewith small G clamp if pedal good do same to FRONT

Posted on Sep 11, 2012

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SOURCE: Automatic battery discharged in Nissan Altima 2005

there is not a separate battery for the transmission, if your cars battery goes dead or is disconnected you can manually unlock the shifter.
if by chance it is stuck and the battery is good you could have a bad brake switch or a bad relay.

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SOURCE: need wiring diagram for 1994 Nissan Mistral radio

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SOURCE: My Nissan mistral 97 model can't start or crank but only cranks if you put a wire on the starter and positive terminal

I would check the ignition switch

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