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Dorman
1993 Nissan Altima Engine Oil Pump Dorman

P311-380484B    W0133-1610374  New

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$260.23
Dorman Engine Oil Pump
  • Production: 06/1992-
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Dorman
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1993 - Nissan Altima
Dorman
1994 Nissan Altima Engine Oil Pump Dorman

P311-380484B    W0133-1610374  New

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$260.23
Dorman Engine Oil Pump
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Dorman
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1994 - Nissan Altima
Dorman
1997 Nissan Altima Engine Oil Pump Dorman

P311-380484B    W0133-1610374  New

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$260.23
Dorman Engine Oil Pump
  • Production: -02/1996
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Dorman
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1997 - Nissan Altima
Hitachi
2000 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-3B9143B    W0133-1977421  New

Qty:
$178.49
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 01/01/2000-
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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2000 - Nissan Sentra
Hitachi
2003 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-3B9143B    W0133-1977421  New

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$178.49
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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2003 - Nissan Sentra
Hitachi
2006 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-3B9143B    W0133-1977421  New

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$178.49
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -08/31/2006
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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2006 - Nissan Sentra
Paraut
1991 Nissan NX Engine Oil Pump Paraut

P311-4E6AFAE    W0133-1610104  New

Qty:
$249.58
Paraut Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Includes timing cover.
  • -w/TimngCover(NLA 2/15)
Brand: Paraut
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1991 - Nissan NX
Hitachi
1991 Nissan NX Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-0176CFB    W0133-1610104  New

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$210.72
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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1991 - Nissan NX
Hitachi
1999 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-0176CFB    W0133-1610104  New

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$210.72
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -12/31/1999
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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1999 - Nissan Sentra
Paraut
1999 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Paraut

P311-4E6AFAE    W0133-1610104  New

Qty:
$249.58
Paraut Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -12/31/1999
  • Includes timing cover.
  • -w/TimngCover(NLA 2/15)
Brand: Paraut
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1999 - Nissan Sentra
Hitachi
1994 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-0176CFB    W0133-1610104  New

Qty:
$210.72
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -10/31/1994
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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1994 - Nissan Sentra
Paraut
1994 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Paraut

P311-4E6AFAE    W0133-1610104  New

Qty:
$249.58
Paraut Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -10/31/1994
  • Includes timing cover.
  • -w/TimngCover(NLA 2/15)
Brand: Paraut
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1994 - Nissan Sentra
Hitachi
1991 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-0176CFB    W0133-1610104  New

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$210.72
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 08/01/1990-
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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1991 - Nissan Sentra
Paraut
1991 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Paraut

P311-4E6AFAE    W0133-1610104  New

Qty:
$249.58
Paraut Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 08/01/1990-
  • Includes timing cover.
  • -w/TimngCover(NLA 2/15)
Brand: Paraut
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1991 - Nissan Sentra
Hitachi
2002 Nissan Altima Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-187D93C    W0133-1971323  New

Qty:
$200.41
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 08/01/2001-
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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2002 - Nissan Altima
Hitachi
2003 Nissan Altima Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-187D93C    W0133-1971323  New

Qty:
$200.41
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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2003 - Nissan Altima
Hitachi
2006 Nissan Altima Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-187D93C    W0133-1971323  New

Qty:
$200.41
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -09/30/2006
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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2006 - Nissan Altima
Hitachi
2006 Nissan Sentra Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-187D93C    W0133-1971323  New

Qty:
$200.41
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -08/31/2006
  • Includes timing cover.
  • - with Timing Cover
Brand: Hitachi
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2006 - Nissan Sentra
Hitachi
1996 Nissan Maxima Engine Oil Pump Hitachi

P311-2C911C3    W0133-1837745  New

Qty:
$101.16
Hitachi Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Hitachi
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1996 - Nissan Maxima
Paraut
1996 Nissan Maxima Engine Oil Pump Paraut

P311-3536D1B    W0133-1837745  New

Qty:
$138.11
Paraut Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • NLA 2/15
Brand: Paraut
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1996 - Nissan Maxima

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Nissan Pathfinder Odd Oil Leak

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Question From runrebelsrun on Nissan Pathfinder Odd Oil Leak

I have a 1993 Nissan Pathfinder with an oil leak. The oil leak has gotten pretty bad, and I was convinced that it was either a cam or crank seal that needed replacing, since it was coming from the front of the the engine. I removed the belts and front cover, exposing the timing belt. Unfortunately, its dry as a whistle in there--so obviously it wasn't the front seal as I first thought. The oil leak is coming from a very strange place. Its dripping near where the water pump meets the block. Its not the oil cooler seal or an issue with the oil pan either--the leak is coming from higher than that. Any ideas what it could be? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated! :)

Response From Discretesignals

Those things are fairly notorious for leaking from the valve cover gaskets.

Response From runrebelsrun

If it was a valve cover gasket, do you think it would be causing the leak so far down near the water pump though?

Response From Hammer Time

Oil runs down hill.

Response From runrebelsrun

If it isn't a valve cover gasket.. what else could it be? I have a feeling it is unlikely to be a valve cover gasket because the source of the leak is in the area near the water pump. Its not like its leaking from above and running down to that area--unless its happening internally that I cant see it. Externally its coming out from the water pump area.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

The oil pump is right below the water pump. It could be leaking out of the oil pump cover. Have you cleaned it all off and ran the engine with the timing covers removed to see if you can see exactly where the leak is coming from or out of?

HARMONIC BALANCER BAD OR NOT?

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Question From hammerdog on HARMONIC BALANCER BAD OR NOT?

i have a 99 nissan frontier xe truck, 2 wheel dr. 4 cyl, I was told by a repair shop that i need a harmonic balancer. They lifted the truck, and showed me where the harmonic balancer was shaved a little bit and pushing up against the oil pump. Also they said i needed a front seal in the harmonic balancer, cuz it was leaking. . HOW can i know for sure if i need this part? This shop was owned by a scam artist arab...i know i need a front seal, but do i really need a harmonic balancer? And what would happen if i kept driving it like this? My truck has no symptoms also...

Response From Hammer Time

This shop was owned by a scam artist arab..

Then why would you go there? Nobody forces you to go to a shop that you don't trust.

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

They took you into the bay while it was on the rack and showed you what was happening so you could see it with your own eyes. For being a "scam artist arab" he seems to be running a more legit shop than you let on. If you don't trust him go to a different shop. I guess you only like ones owned by a white protestant, huh? Seems like they showed you what was happening and I bet they are right. Drive with a bad balancer and the crank can break in two. You will lose oil from the seal and lock up the motor. After that I suppose you can burn a cross to protest the obvious affront to your white supremacy from the brown people. Or maybe you can get it fixed instead of accusing those who take the time to show you in person what is happening to your truck of being a con just because they are the wrong color.

Response From re-tired

I was going to do the right (WHITE) thing and bury my head in the sand , but damit RICK , your right.

Response From Discretesignals

Get a second opinion. If you continue driving it like that, eventually the balancer will either fall off or shave a hole through the timing cover.

Starter issue on 98 Nissan 200SX 1.6L

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Question From jbelew on Starter issue on 98 Nissan 200SX 1.6L

I just changed the alternator and battery yesterday and drove the car around for about 45 minutes to get my emissions checked and the guy turned the car off and then on again and then I drove around to the front office and parked for about 5 minutes and the car wouldn't start. The radio, horn, lights, dash lights, cig lighter, everything worked but you didn't hear anything from the engine, no click or anything at all. I let it sit overnight and it started right up. I was looking in the engine and it looks like I have to take off the whole intake manifold to gain access to the starter. Is there an easier way?

Response From Hammer Time

No the starter is accessed from below without removing the manifold. You will have to troubleshoot this when the failure is present to get it right. You will have to test for power arriving at the small wire at the starter while the key is held in "start" position. Don't just assume the starter is the problem.

Response From jbelew

I wanted to pull the starter and have it tested at the auto parts store, to be 100% sure. I do not see how to get to the top bolt from the bottom.

Response From Hammer Time

They can't tell you if it's bad or not. You have an intermittent problem.
On the top bolt you have to see which direction it comes in from. If it comes in from the top, you should be able to access it under the air filter. If it comes in from the bottom, you have to use an extension that reaches past the end of the starter.

Response From jbelew

Standing at the front of the car the air filter is in a box on the right behind the battery. The starter is in the back of the engine about halfway down under the air intake manifold and the bolt heads are facing left. The top one is between the solenoid and engine somewhere. I just can't fit any tool up there from the bottom to get it.

Response From Hammer Time

You will likely have to use a swivel socket and an extension and slide it behind the solenoid.

Response From jbelew

Thank you so very much. The right set of extensions, ratchets with swivel heads and a swivel socket got me right to my bolt without me having to take anything out of the engine. Odd thing is one of the bolts extracts from the passenger side under the car and the other from the driver side top of the car. But again thank you for the advise on tools, it was just what I needed. Now to figure out where the ball bearing that i found when I drained the oil came from.

Response From Hammer Time

OUCH
Loose ball bearings is not a good thing.

Response From jbelew

Yeah, I didn't think it was. Any ideas on what comes in contact with your oil that has bearings? Pea sized ones at that.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You got me. I don't know of anything that uses ball bearings inside there. Possibly inside the oil pump but I'm not sure about that.

Response From jbelew

Glad to know it is stumping you as it is me and my brother. Well anyways thanks again for the starter info.

1998 maxima car will reverse but won't drive

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Question From rock1223 on 1998 maxima car will reverse but won't drive

I got a 1998 nissan maxima The car won't drive but will reverse it use to drive after warm up for 7-10 min then stop going into Dr,but drive2 work for a while that also stop. The fluids are overfilled by alot, there no sign of a leak, I change the filter within the lasts two years. last night it work, this morning it work, but at noon it would not do anything when i drop in R there is know hesiation but when I put in Dr it sound like N. What could it be beside having to do a rebuild.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What's with the fluid being overfilled by a lot! That isn't helping a thing and could be the issue and could damage the trans,

T

Response From rock1223

it my girlfriends car she trought putting alot fluid would make her car work It's overaleast 2quarts. I think that the problem. What you think? From my automotive knowledge if there is no burnt smell or grinding noise and if the car reverse but no drive, the sprags in the torque converter are broken. Which means no need to rebuild the transmission, just change the torque converter. Plus when I change the filter in the pan about a year and half ago wasn,t alot of metal slug in the bottom considering the 10 year old.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

For goodness sake get the trans fluid at the right level. More is not better and may even kill a good trans! Get a suction oil pump and draw out till in "Normal" range. It's choking on too much fluid at least. If that doesn't solve it, it may need trans work,

T

Installing the upper timing chain

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Question From ionmachiman on Installing the upper timing chain

1994 Nissan Altima 2.4 230000 Km

Hi, I've changed the head gasket and followed the instructions in the Haynes manual.
When trying to install the upper chain and cam sprocket, I've discovered that the painted timing dot that was supposed to be on the idler sprocket, was in fact on the washer. Now I don't have a painting mark there because the washer moves freely on sprocket.
The engine is at TDC on piston 1.
The lower chain was not moved, the idler sprocket is in the same position (it stays attached on the lower chain in the same position when you take the head cylinder off).
There are 3 dots painted on the upper chain, and one dot on each of the cam sprocket.
I don't have the dot on the idler sprocket.
How do I put the chain and how do I align the camshafts?

Thank you
Correction:"The lower chain was not moved"
Actually it was like this: Trying to remove the sprocket from the intake camshaft, I moved the camshaft over the valve.
I knew I lost TDC so later on i checked the crankshaft and saw it moved from TDC red notch, to the last white notch. I moved back the crankshaft, and I can't remember was it before removing the camshafts or after.
Does anything bad happened to the engine? Is the crankshaft at TDC?

Response From ionmachiman Top Rated Answer

Very poor design, from the maintenace point of view!
They put an operator with a brush to paint the timing marks on gear...
To work on oil pump ( and many other parts) you have to change the head gasket...
To change the pcv valve you have to take out the engine...

Response From ionmachiman

This looks into great detail on Altima engines.

Now the piston1 is TDC, because I put it there and saw it up in the bore with the head removed.

I didn't take off the front cover and I can't see if the lower chain have moved on the cranckshaft sprocket.
Because there are no marks on the idler sprocket in fact this doesn't matter.

I have found on internet an article about the ka24de engine.
There I have found that with the engine at TDC, the pin of the exhaust cam must be at 12 o'clock, therefore the dowel in the sprocket must be set at 12 o'clock. I have the marks on the upper chain and cam sprockets, so I can put both the cam sprockets in a good position relative to each other.
Actually, this way, I can put the marks on the idler sprocket.
Do you think is going to work?
Here is a link to the article with a picture on the second page: http://www.jimwolftechnology.com/wolfpdf/CAM%20INSTALL%20INST%20FOR%20KA24DE.PDF