I'm having trouble with the car not starting when it's cold. It finally just died and would not start. I went through the following parts; Fuse Fuel Pump relay right above the e-brake Fuel sending unit multiple ones Fuel Pump Wired it directly off the battery to test everything. The remedy was performed by silicone spray being sprayed over the strap sending unit, which rests on the fuel pump and indicates how much fuel the vehicle is using. Make sure the connectors clean undamaged, align push in tabs with retainer openings, insert tube into the center of the connector until you hear click, after connecting quick connectors, make sure connection fully. I've torn things apart before and then thought, go simple. He feels that the repair was not fixed properly, but covered up instead.
These reviews are from anyone who purchased those parts, in this case a Fuel Pump, so you can feel confident that you know what you are buying. Always replace O-ring with new one, do not kink or twist hose tube while installing, do not tighten hose clamps excessively avoid damaging hoses, tighten high pressure rubber hose clamp so that clamp end. I believe Nissan is aware of the problem because in January of this year there was a national backorder for this part. After sitting for 6 months and this was all it was?! The contact stated while driving approximately 30 mph, the engine stalled without any warning. I took it to the dealership and they were well aware of the problem I showed them the Nissan faulty part and they referred me to Nissan consumer affairs. I own a 2010 nissan xterra and I would like to see where the fuel check valve is located. Modern day electrical fuel pumps are powered by the battery of your Nissan, and the load you present it while driving will help to determine how much fuel will need to be delivered at that point of your drive.
We send parts Worldwide please feel free to get in touch for full honest experienced Nissan support. I took a small precision screwdriver and bent the prongs back down and the fuse completes the circuit and I have power to the relay. It appears to be attached to a wiring harness, not plugged into a relay panel. Where is the fuel pump relay? And as long as your fuel pump is working right, your fuel rail will be getting the exact amount of fuel required to keep your engine pumping according to your throttle input. After sitting for some time, the car would start and run a while, then do the same thing.
I threw a charge on the battery and it started right up. All emission related parts are covered for 4 years. Towed to Nissan dealer, diagnosed fuel sending unit failure part 250604s415. Great fit, efficient performance, and robust style are the defining characteristics of Airtex's original equipment equivalent fuel pump. Our parts are tested, proven and backed by the Nissan name, so you can be confident in their flawless performance and they can fit your car perfectly. I've found info about a vapor canister check valve but I'm not 100% sure my model has sush a part.
The failure comes without warning and does not seem to be related to model year. Remove retainer, fuel pump and fuel level sensor assembly, remove fuel pump with bracket while lifting the pawl fuel, remove fuel level sensor fuel pump. After sitting for 6 months and this was all it was?! Meticulously constructed just like the genuine product that came installed in your car or. Many vehicles have an access hole under the rear seat, but the Nissan Xterra doesn't, so it requires that you drop the fuel tank to replace the fuel sending unit. Called two Nissan dealerships the next day and they were unable to fit me in for two days, so I needed my Xterra fixed so I took it to an independent auto shop. This causes the engine not being able to start or causse the engine to stop running without warning, which can result in a crash.
Now it burns when I pee It's always the simple stuff. This is a problem that has been reported since the 1999 Nissan frontier according to your web site, so this appears to be a common issue with Nissan trucks. You can contact us via live chat or phone, and our experienced and hard-working customer service associates can walk you through every step of the process. For more information go to. For safer or pleasant drive, regular automobile check-up is recommended. It is apparent that such failures in a gas delivery system is a major safety hazard.
I am trying to change the fuel pump ,in section 5 it says on frontier and xterra models to remove the fuel tank but on the installing section 5:14 it sounds like its saying to put the tank back only on the frontier and use the acess panel for the xterra , so do i have to drop the tank on a 2002 xterra and why if you are going to use the acesss panel any way? If it dies when you take your foot off the gas cruising it most likely an Idle Air Control valve. There has been a recall on Nissan Xterra 98-03 that the fuel pump terminal on the fuel sending unit can develop a crack in the plastic molding. After repeated attempts to start the car, it started after 20 minutes. Decreased level of driving quality, poor general performance, suboptimal gas mileage, or exposure to possible unit failure are just some down sides of driving a vehicle with a defective component. The result of such failures is no gas delivery to the engine, as if the vehicle has run out of gas. Glad you found the fix. Call 44 0 1274 029809 email westyorkshireengines gmail.
All of our Fuel Pumps are guaranteed to fit if you use enter your Nissan Xterra into your Year Make Model selector. Call Nissan at 800-647-7261 Look under the hood. When picking a reliable brand name for your intake system's fuel pump, trust Airtex. Welcome to our Channel, we hope this video is of some help in repairs. Ten days later, part is still on back order with no idea when it will be available.
The fuel pump and fuel sending unit are one unit located in the fuel tank in your Nissan Xterra. Thanks Dan Hi Dan, Your fuel pump relay is located under the instrument panel, to the right of the steering column and above the parking brake handle. Great video, and will be referencing you for future projects. If our prices don't convince you, we also want to make sure that you can hear from car part experts, so we have reviews you can browse through on our sites to get you peace of mind. Where the fuse goes in was widened up too much, so one side wasn't making contact with the fuse. Thus causing corrosion causing the fuel pump to stop operation. The current and failure mileages were 92,000.