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2001 Nissan Sentra Suspension Strut Mount First Equipment Quality - Mount + Bearing

P311-3926F9E    W0133-1624814  New

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First Equipment Quality Suspension Strut Mount
  • The strut bearing is included with the FEQ strut mount. The strut bearing is serviced separately from the OE strut mount.
  • Mount + Bearing
  • Front - Upper
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2001 - Nissan Sentra
First Equipment Quality
2000 Nissan Sentra Suspension Strut Mount First Equipment Quality - Mount + Bearing

P311-3926F9E    W0133-1624814  New

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First Equipment Quality Suspension Strut Mount
  • Production: 01/2000-
  • Mount + Bearing
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2000 - Nissan Sentra Fr:01-00-00
First Equipment Quality
2006 Nissan Sentra Suspension Strut Mount First Equipment Quality - Mount + Bearing

P311-3926F9E    W0133-1624814  New

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First Equipment Quality Suspension Strut Mount
  • Mount + Bearing
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2006 - Nissan Sentra Base
First Equipment Quality
2003 Nissan Sentra Suspension Strut Mount First Equipment Quality - Mount + Bearing

P311-3926F9E    W0133-1624814  New

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First Equipment Quality Suspension Strut Mount
  • Production: -04/2003
  • Mount + Bearing
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2003 - Nissan Sentra GXE To:04-00-03
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Strut Mount
  • Production: 04/2003-
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2004 - Nissan Sentra S L 4 Cyl 1.8L - 1769 Fr:04-00-03
KYB
1999 Nissan Maxima Suspension Strut Mount - Front KYB - Mount Components

P311-07A0D1A    SM5324  New

142545

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KYB Suspension Strut Mount  Front
  • STRUT MOUNT
  • Mount Components
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
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Brand: KYB
Position: Front
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1999 - Nissan Maxima Front
KYB
1998 Nissan Quest Suspension Strut Mount - Front KYB - Mount Components

P311-3EE9B81    SM5098  New

142425 , 902989

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KYB Suspension Strut Mount  Front
  • STRUT MOUNT
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  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
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Brand: KYB
Position: Front
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1998 - Nissan Quest Front
Monroe
2008 Nissan Maxima Suspension Strut Mount - Front Monroe - Monroe Strut-Mate Strut Mounting Kit

P311-24B2F0D    906914  New

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Monroe Suspension Strut Mount  Front
  • Monroe Strut-Mate Strut Mounting Kit
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Contenido: Strut Mount, Bearing
    • Contents: Strut Mount, Bearing
    • Max Year Covered: 2009
    • Min Year Covered: 2000
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Nissan Altima
    • Most Popular Year: 2005
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 2110459
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
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Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
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2008 - Nissan Maxima Front
KYB
2015 Nissan Quest Suspension Strut Mount KYB

P311-560EFAC    W0133-2039187  New

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KYB Suspension Strut Mount
  • 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: KYB
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2015 - Nissan Quest
Original Equipment
2018 Nissan Murano Suspension Strut Mount Original Equipment

P311-37E874F    W0133-2031187  New

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Original Equipment Suspension Strut Mount
  • 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.
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2018 - Nissan Murano

Latest Nissan Repair and Strut Mount Installation Advice

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2006 NISSAN MURANO power steering noise.

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Question From maxauto on 2006 NISSAN MURANO power steering noise.

2006 NISSAN MURANO AWD 3.5 125000km.

Power steering noise on turns. Happens when steering left or right. Strut mounts, struts, ball joint and tie rod were checked and seem fine. U-joints between the steering column and the rack are OK.

Power steering pump and ruck/pinion were changed with ABSOLUTELY NO RESULT.


What could be the reason?

Any help greatly appreciated!
Thank you.

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

To give an accurate answer I would have to hear the noise...

One suggestion would be to check all the idler pulleys & other accessories.

Using the p/s puts enough of a strain on the system that bearing going bad in other areas can actually get louder....

knocking sound when i turn the wheel

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Question From lizyp042004 on knocking sound when i turn the wheel

I have a 1987 nissan sentra and starting today every time I turn the wheel I hear a knocking or clanking sound. It sounded like it was the passenger side front wheel but then when I gave it gas on one turn I could feel the knock while I had my foot on the gas and it felt like it was in the middle of the car. Anybody ever had this problem? Help please.

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

Checking the cv joints is a good place to start. Also, while you're under there and the vehicle is an 87, make sure you check the lower ball joints, stabilizer bushings, and strut mounts. These can all give you creaks on turns. Body mounts on this vehicle I believe was a problem also.

Steve

Response From Sidom

Sounds like you may have a bad CV joint on your axle. Look underneath the car and see if the boot on the outer joint is torn.

1995 nissan quest power steering problems

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Question From bhavik923 on 1995 nissan quest power steering problems

I was driving yesterday and suddenly my steering went very stiff. i could not make a turn. This all happened suddenly, but luckly i made it home. I dont have any idea why this may have happened, but im hoping that you guys can help me.

thanks and any help is much appericated

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

First off you should check to make sure the power steering belt is ok. If it is, ensure the p/s pump's pulley is turning. If it is, check the reservoir to make sure the p/s fluid is full, you shouldn't notice a lot of bubbles in it either. Too many bubbles means air in system. If all of these check out ok, you will need to tee in a pressure guage to check pump output into the rack. If the pump checks out ok, make sure the lines aren't clogged or collapsed. Next, jack up front of vehicle and remove outer tie rod ends from steering knuckle. Ensure front wheels turn back and forth freely. A frozen ball joint or binding strut mount can cause major turning issues. If all checks out, replace steering rack.

Steve

Response From bhavik923

thanks and do you know if a goodyear or service place is open tomarrow

Response From steve01832

I know in Mass and New Hampshire most shops are open. You'd have to call around to know for sure.

Steve

Power Steering Problem?

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Question From Streetcleaner on Power Steering Problem?

2001 Nissan Sentra GXE, 1.8 liter

I have a problem with my power steering… There is a slight whining sound coming from the pump and the sounds gets louder the further the wheels are turned to either side. Also, when driving the car the steering feels slightly stiff and awkward, plus the steering wheel doesn’t return to center after making a turn. The belt is tight, and there are no leaks, the fluid level has not lowered any since I last checked and marked it during my last oil change in December, there are no puddles under the car either… Just wondering if anyone can assure me that it’s the pump that needs to be replaced, or if the problem could be in the rack… any thoughts or suggestions are appreciated, Thanks.

Response From zmame Top Rated Answer

Check the condition of your P/S fluid. Get a clean glass cup take a some p/s fluid put it in the cup see if there are metal filing, dark, dis-colored, separation(after sitting) or water contamination(milky color).

If your fluid has any of the conditions above have it flushed and take it to get a P/S pressure test done on the pump to confirm it is a weak pump.

As for your wheel not going back to center it may be related or it may also be suspension related such as seized strut mount, tie rod end, ball joints, steering joints and yes it may even be in the rack.

interpreting tire wear

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Question From dmac0923 on interpreting tire wear

2002 nissan sentra 2.5lt 4cyl
85,000 miles

looking at my tires yesterday. all four are pretty much down the wear bars. the fronts are more worn then the rears. i noticed looking more closely at the front tires that the inboard half/sholder of the tire is showing more wear then the outer halves. to break it down even more so the front passenger side inner half is more severely worn then the drivers side.

i didnt note the actual mileage when these tires were installed but i would guestimate at approximately 20-25 thousand miles on them. i know its low but they are a sticky summer performance tire and i cant expect much mileage from them.
ball joints/controll arms replaced at 45,000 miles
tie rod ends replaced at 70,000
struts are original.

car doesnt drift, stays straight on in lane. wheel is perfectly centered.

i just want to tackle any repairs before throwing new tires on and experience accelerated wear

Response From Hammer Time

That's most likely alignment wear but you would have to check for worn parts before attempting to align it. It may have some negative camber but most likely it is toe'd out too much. As far as one tire worm more than the other, you can usually attribute that to one have more air than the other so one does more scrubbing and the other has more grip.

Response From dmac0923

Yea while I had it up in the air I checked the lower ball joints/wheel bearings and everything is good n tight.
I tried to match up the wear pattern on a google search and it seems to kinda match the camber like u said.
I've been starting to question how much life I have in the original stuts. And was wondering if maybe I have a bad upper strut bearing cause to excessive camber.

And as I'm writing this reply I'm recalling that I have a slight knocking noise on the front passenger side with the bad tire. I was thinking it was a halfshaft going or maybe that upper mount.

Not sure how to really check/test either tho

Response From Hammer Time

It's possible but not real likely. It is far more likely to be a toe in problem rather than camber. Camber is a very slow wearing process but toe has a scrubbing action that wears the tire much faster. It's highly likely if the car has been driven over numerous speed bumps. They tend to spread the front tires.

Response From dmac0923

ok no biggy.

its common practice for me to take the car to a quality alignment shop whenever i put new rubber on.

do you have any suggestions as to test the struts & upper bearing mounts? beside the push down on the bumper method?


also if ya could hear me out on this noise coming from the front passenger suspension

there is a slight knock when taking off in 1st and sometimes 2nd gear depending on the torque load of the engine at the time.

the best way to describe it is that it sounds like as the car's suspension flexes up with the torque of driving from a stop, it sounds like a suspension part is rocking with it and banging.

other then that theres not a rattle, clunk or squeak coming from the suspension. only the little knock on take off from the one side.


naturally my attention is drawn to the strut assembly since thats the only original, oldest part left in the front suspension. i tried to get some movement out of the strut with the load off the suspension but cant seem to get anything.


i thought the old rule of thumb was about 75,000 miles for struts? is that still valid?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Sidom has covered things pretty well here. You can check a few more things on the strut if you check it with the suspension hanging. You will be able to check the ball joint and upper plate a little easier. As far as your noise is concerned, it could be the spring moving in the saddle, the upper strut mounts, strut rod bushings, motor mounts, etc. It just needs to be inspected real closely.

The one thing I might disagree with is the idea of buying the packaged alignments. They are done for one reason and one reason only, to get you back on their lift more frequently and sell you something. The bigger problem with this system is that since there is no money coming in for the so called alignments, they can't give them to the quality techs. they end up letting the low end guys do it which means most of them do not know what they are doing and have been taught how to set toe and that's it. Lots of shops are doing alignments but very few are actually doing alignments if you know what I mean. A good alignment tech will be very helpful in finding the cause of your tire wear.

Response From Sidom

A couple of real critical areas are rotating & pressure checks..... It's a must to rotate every 5k and keep the pressure up...

With struts it best just to drive the car and see how it handles & goes into & returning from corners... With alignments ride height is pretty important as well......Monroe has some strut assemblies that come with new springs, mounts & bearings..... More spendy but they do get you back to specs..... 75 k is not a bad time to think about it. You've got a strut with valves & seals & other moving parts and they do get worn over time and by the time you see the evidence on the tires, its too late for that set of tires.

Another thing some people aren't aware of is side impact.......They do good missing potholes & such in the road but will bump curb without thinking twiece about it..... Frt suspensions are designed to absorb (to a certain degree) frt impact, it's just a way of life and having a suspension that wouldn't hold an alignment wouldn't go well for a manufacter over time...... But they aren't designed to take side or rear impact so slightly hitting a curb or hitting a parking block with the rear wheels while backing into a parking stall is actually worse on the alignment than hitting a pothole going forward.

It sounds like you may have a negative camber problem from what you described. Camber will usually wear smooth & toe wear will feather, you can feel toe wear pretty easily with your hand, rub one way & it feels smooth, go back other way & you can feel the rubber grabbing your hand.... Toe is the most critical setting. Toe being out of specs can shred a tire in no time......

Some shops offer package prices on alignments.....Either so many or for so long for a certain price..... It always sounds high but most if you use it 3 or 4 times pays for itself.........The thing is, that shop can do the best alignment it the world and the next day if you hit a huge pothole going to fast or hit a curb, that alignment is out the window, like they never did anything to it at all.....


How's the new place coming along???? Got your garage setup how you want it yet??