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1981 Nissan 810 Engine Oil Filter Full

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1986 Nissan 720 Engine Oil Filter Full

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1986 Nissan 720 Engine Oil Filter Hengst

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1980 Nissan 200SX Engine Oil Filter Full

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1983 Nissan 200SX Engine Oil Filter Full

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1980 Nissan 280ZX Engine Oil Filter Full

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2001 nissan altima oil isssues

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Question From i12win12 on 2001 nissan altima oil isssues

Hello all,

I recently had an oil change on my 01 Nissan Altima.
Before the oil change I never had any problems with the car but after the oil change an issue started.
When the car is sitting still idling or revving it up, everything is fine but when you drive the car the oil light comes on and it make an awful grinding noise.
When it is sitting I can remove the oil filler cap and see that it's getting oil up top but when driving it , it sounds like it's not getting oil and it makes a grinding noise.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You

Response From Hammer Time

User a mechanical oil pressure gauge to determine what the actual pressure is.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Did you check to make sure there is enough oil in it?
If their is enough oil on the dipstick, i'd change the oil filter. Hopefully it isn't too late.

Response From i12win12

Yes....there is plenty of oil in it . Actually it is more than should be but no smoking or any other signs of that being an issue.

Response From nickwarner

How much more is "more than should be"?

Response From Discretesignals

Did you or a business change your oil. I'd dump the oil out and put a new filter on with some new oil( 4 quarts 5w-30). They coulda put the wrong viscosity or type in, or there is something going on with the filter. Just seems strange it was fine till the oil was serviced. You keep driving it around in that state and you'll be putting a motor in it. The rattling noise is probably the timing chain slapping around because there isn't enough pressure for the hydraulic tensioner.

Response From Discretesignals

I'd give them a call and explain what is going on. If there is engine damage from improper service procedures or faulty filter that was installed, you don't want to be left holding the bag.

Response From i12win12

from looking at the stick I would guess a quart or quart 1/2 more than should be. It was a business that did it, the car is sitting now and was only driven from the business to home...5 miles or a little less.

Response From nickwarner

Follow DS's instructions, and do not for any reason fire that engine until you have gotten enough oil drained out to be at the proper level unless you want this motor in the scrap heap.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Quick read sorry: If this was some quickie, jiffy lube place that has a nice room for coffee and a donut place - AND this really is a quart and a half too full of who knows what (like a bartender's stick to fill) you play with fire with those place however handy and fast.

One near me (no names) is the #1 engine buyer for screwing up! Engines full of brake fluid to anything you can imagine - yikes!

Over or under filled if true is UNACCEPTIBLE. May have run engine for minutes before remembering to put oil back in it was common.

Understood how handy those places are for a hurried life and those three people in the world still employed and overworked but it scares the snots out of me. Been to one with someone and waited till they remove 5 quarts too much in their car as mine would never see that.

Did a million LOFs (lube, oil and filter) jobs that took an hour or more checking for real all fluids, lube door hinges and locks, check spare tire pressure etc with a steadfast clientele that knew the car was checked out and if a fluid was low would suggest that shouldn't be so it needs another visit or if found right away said what to fix and how long the extra wait or the car would stay or go out for a repair - me or whoever but there was a problem found. I was expensive and owners welcome to watch and would show them a problem.

People are doing the right thing to service their cars but doing it right and complete isn't coffee and a donut place. Seems like a brain dead service but not so. Lots can happen and if you don't know to warn a customer that a fluid was low that shouldn't be you got screwed for lack of know how on their part. That not to make more work but to warn a customer. Take it where you want. {personally would show them the problem found.

If this engine got damaged they or those places are responsible and insured or should be for hiring non mechanics to work on expensive cars at a great risk of screwing up. Wrong filters - the list too long and so on.

Even real shops can screw up but the donut shop places so handy take the cake. Don't get me wrong they can be good but I seriously worry. First answer is the problem was there already - ha. With some documentation cars were fixed without a fight. They know it happens and factor it in.

I've repaired more stripped out drain plugs for cars from those places than I can count too. Most were newly acquired used cars. Brand new place locally has a big sign 10 minutes to do this service?! They don't drain your oil they suck it out thru dipstick!

Tom - MAD!

Will append signature sign off to say I'm long retired now but quality work isn't a 10 minute job and never was if that was the case here.

Nissan pathfinder starts and dies immediately

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Question From Aamer_it on Nissan pathfinder starts and dies immediately

Greetings from Bahrain...

I was looking for a solution for a problem I had in my car lately, I'm not sure of reason why, but once I turn on the key the engine give a sound like its trying to startup but it doesn't run, and if I tried more then once (3 to 4 times) it starts for few seconds and then the rpm goes below 1000 and the car stops, if I keep accelerating the car keeps going, but once I remove my leg from the pedal the car stops!


Please expert I need your advice

This is a video I took might help you,



Car make: Nissan
Car model : pathfinder 2003
Engine : VQ35DE
Milage: around 160000 km

I just changed the oil and oil filter

Thank you very much

Response From Smogguy83

A major vacuum leak will cause that!! Ase man sorry to bust your bubble but if it didn't have spark or rule it would run when he has his foot down.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Smogguy83. That's the end of your nonsense.

Response From Hammer Time

You can stop pumping the throttle. al that does is exercise your foot on a fuel injected car.

All "crank, no start" conditions are approached in the same way. Every engine requires certain functions to be able to run. Some of these functions rely on specific components to work and some components are part of more than one function so it is important to see the whole picture to be able to conclude anything about what may have failed. Also, these functions can ONLY be tested during the failure. Any other time and they will simply test good because the problem isn't present at the moment.
If you approach this in any other way, you are merely guessing and that only serves to replace unnecessary parts and wastes money.



Every engine requires spark, fuel and compression to run. That's what we have to look for.

These are the basics that need to be tested and will give us the info required to isolate a cause.

1) Test for spark at the plug end of the wire using a spark tester. If none found, check for power supply on the + terminal of the coil with the key on.


2) Test for injector pulse using a small bulb called a noid light. If none found, check for power supply at one side of the injector with the key on.


3) Use a fuel pressure gauge to test for correct fuel pressure, also noticing if the pressure holds when key is shut off.



Once you have determined which of these functions has dropped out,
you will know which system is having the problem.

Plastic under engine cover

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Question From piecekeeper2502 on Plastic under engine cover

Does anyone know if the plastic under engine cover is really needed? Mine was half off during the last snow storm, finally all of it came off. Been off for weeks, Nissan said it wouldn't hurt to be off for awhile but what the heck, I'll leave it off unless I'm hurting the engine.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What plastic are you talking about? Part of the car or what? T

Response From piecekeeper2502 Top Rated Answer

Hi,

That piece that goes between the tires and the grill, like it would keep stones, water, ect., from coming off the road and hitting the underside of the engine. It also goes up around the oil filter and during oil changes you've got to pull the piece away to get too the filter. Don't know what the techs call it.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ok - now I get it. It won't be a wicked problem without it unless the engine is getting showered with stones and mud etc., but it does play a part in the way the air moves thru your grill for your radiator also so if it's getting warm to hot where you are get it fixed soon.

Rule of thumb: It the car maker put it there you need it! They don't like to waste money on parts that you can't see, T

Water Pump

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Question From milling machine on Water Pump

I have a 2000 nissan maxima, air, automatic, v-6, 3000, twin cam 24 valve. I put a new water pump in and now I have coolant mixing with oil, I did not put rtv sealant on the water pump screws, could this be the cause of this ? Or do you think it is the water pumps 2 rubber gaskets, I was real careful when I put this in not to damage the rubber gaskets ?

Response From Sidom

It sounds as though you may have caught the O ring when you were reinstalling it. Did you use any type of lube on the O ring?

I don't know if you have a pressure tester but the best thing to do would be to take the cover off & pressurize the system to see exactly where the leak is be for tearing it down...

I'm assuming you weren't getting this mix before the water pump replacement.......

Response From milling machine

You could be correct, but while I was waiting for a answer a nissan mechanic told me when you change out that pump it will injest lots of coolant in the oil pan during the process, he might be right because before I started the engine up I checked the oil and it was way over fillled, I thought I was just reading the dip stick wrong and ignored it. I will change the oil tommorow and let you know if that solves the problem, Thanks for the responce.

Response From milling machine

I just did two oil changes on it and most of the coolant is out but I will do another one tommorow, it was saturated with coolant. How do you do an engine flush ?

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

There is a variety on engine flushing products. Most parts stores carry them in their chemical sections. You just add it to the engine, run for about 10 minutes & then change the oil & filter.

I usually won't do it on high mileage engines with excessive sludge build up due to the fact you may break up some big pieces & plug up oil ports or pick up screens.

Response From milling machine

This engine has about 130,000 on it, but runs excellent.

Response From Sidom

I believe you are right.......you got me assuming again...lol

Change the oil & filter and you should be good. Since you did run it with coolant, after the change if there is any evidence of coolant left and the mileage is low enough I would be tempted to flush the engine...........

engine seized

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Question From mrchipps on engine seized

my oil filter got punctured and i did not notice i drove the car a mile on the freeway and got off to gas up and she started to run a little rough and then turned off i coasted down the road trying to start and i thought dam my battery is dead and im out of gas? well thats not the problem. I can Hand turn the crank with the sparks out and i have oiled the top end. How hard is it to hand turn the crank supposed to be my turns when i use my leg to push the breaker bar. Is there any hope ?
1995 nissan quest 130k engine was tight prior to this

Response From Hammer Time

You can bet you did some very serious damage. They don't run without oil.

Response From mrchipps

no sh_t I"m curious as to the diffaculty as to turning the crank the engine did not get really hot and it was rough for seconds like 30 then just shut off im hoping that maybe im lucky cus i have burnt an engine when i was really young 25 years ago so got any constructive advice i have allready made arrangments for the junkyard engine but i do not want to spend the $

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

If you don't want to spend the dollars on a used engine, then don't even think about rebuilding yours. It will be more expensive. Your options are basically buy a good used engine which is still a big gamble or buy a factory reman long block.