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1995 nissan maxima On the positive pole side of the battery there is an addition connector attached to the cable, a small red colored plastic clip-on that will seperate into two parts. Inside two contacts I can see, and they are very corroaded and hard to clean. What is the name of this connector? Thanks Doug

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Here is the name of the cable you ask for:
Battery Cables with Leads .
-You can replace with the new one or just clean.
-Best way and safe to clean battery's corrosion.
-Use baking soda.
-Wet all area that you need to clean then shake baking soda onto it. Make sure all surface get it. let it soap for 5-10 minutes then use nylon brush to brush back and forward for couple minute then rinse with water. After dry use battery corrosion protection to spray on to it. So it will last for a while depend on how good it was cleaned.

Good luck and enjoy


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SOURCE: 1997 nissan maxima-no communication from the data link connector

theo other way is do do the codes by the computer should have to lights on the side and flashes red and green if there not there the data link my be screwed up a little try blowing in it make sure the connectors are in good shape check all fuses and wiring to the link

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SOURCE: 1996 Nissan Maxima oxygen sensor

hye there ,,there are 3   o2 sensors on your car,,one for each bank,,,and the 3rd sensor is located after the cat this one usually goes first,,,,just make sure you no if your cars an import or not as they can be different,,,then you should be safe when ordering ,,hope that helps,,,

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SOURCE: How to remove the radio - 1996 Nissan Maxima QX cd/c assette play

If the unit has 4 small holes on the face, get a wire hanger and insert into all 4 holes at once, releasing the retaining clips.
If unit does not have 4 holes on face, remove dash panel around stereo. This can be done by simply pulling the panel off, as it is only held on with "pop in" clips. The unit will be hard fastened to the car with screws and brackets that are easily accessable and will be visible when the dash panel is removed.

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SOURCE: window on passenger side of

If it makes a sound when you try to roll it up then it isn't the motor. If thats the case the window probably fell off the window regulator track. To fix it you have to take off the door panel and put the window back in the track.
If you don't hear a sound when you try to roll it up it is most likely the window regulator motor. In that case you can buy a replacement online at a place like or go to a junk yard to get it cheaper.
More unlikely problems could be the electrical wiring is messed up somewhere in the car or the master window switch is out.

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SOURCE: what are the fuses attached

These are fusible links.
(1) 50 Amp - wire color W/B - to BCM (Body Control Module) lead 55
(2) to lead 1 ABS/TCS Control Unit
(3) to lead 15 ABS/TCS Control Unit

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