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2003 Nissan Altima Engine Timing Chain 6 Cyl 3.5L Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: 12/01/2002-
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2003 - Nissan Altima V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498 Fr:12-01-02
Cloyes
2003 Nissan Altima Engine Timing Chain 6 Cyl 3.5L Cloyes

P311-0DBF221    W0133-1897809  New

Qty:
$115.25
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: 11/01/2002-, Crankshaft to Intake Cams.
  • Crankshaft to intake cams (196 links)
  • Lower
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2003 - Nissan Altima V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498 Fr:11-01-02
Genuine
2003 Nissan Altima Engine Timing Chain 6 Cyl 3.5L Genuine - 1

P311-03AE8F8    W0133-1897809  New

Qty:
$87.00
Genuine Engine Timing Chain
  • 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: 11/01/2002-, Crankshaft to Intake Cams.
  • Crankshaft to intake cams (196 links)
  • 1
  • Lower
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2003 - Nissan Altima V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498 Fr:11-01-02
Cloyes
2009 Nissan Quest Engine Timing Chain Cloyes

P311-0DBF221    W0133-1897809  New

Qty:
$115.25
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Crankshaft to Intake Cams.
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2009 - Nissan Quest
Genuine
2009 Nissan Quest Engine Timing Chain Genuine - 1

P311-03AE8F8    W0133-1897809  New

Qty:
$87.00
Genuine Engine Timing Chain
  • 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.
  • Crankshaft to Intake Cams.
  • Crankshaft to intake cams (196 links)
  • 1
  • Lower
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2009 - Nissan Quest
Cloyes
2006 Nissan Altima Engine Timing Chain 6 Cyl 3.5L Cloyes

P311-0DBF221    W0133-1897809  New

Qty:
$115.25
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: -09/30/2006, Crankshaft to Intake Cams.
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2006 - Nissan Altima V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498 To:09-30-06
Cloyes
2012 Nissan Pathfinder Engine Timing Chain 6 Cyl 4.0L Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Nissan Pathfinder V 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3954
Cloyes
2006 Nissan Altima Engine Timing Chain 6 Cyl 3.5L Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: -09/30/2006
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2006 - Nissan Altima V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498 To:09-30-06
Cloyes
2004 Nissan Maxima Engine Timing Chain Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: 01/01/2003-
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Nissan Maxima Fr:01-01-03
Cloyes
2005 Nissan Pathfinder Engine Timing Chain Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: 08/01/2004-
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2005 - Nissan Pathfinder Fr:08-01-04
Cloyes
2005 Nissan Frontier Engine Timing Chain 6 Cyl 4.0L Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: 10/01/2004-
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2005 - Nissan Frontier V 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3954 Fr:10-01-04
Cloyes
2004 Nissan Quest Engine Timing Chain Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: 05/01/2003-
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Nissan Quest Fr:05-01-03
Cloyes
2005 Nissan Xterra Engine Timing Chain Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: 01/01/2005-
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2005 - Nissan Xterra Fr:01-01-05
Cloyes
2008 Nissan Maxima Engine Timing Chain Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Production: -04/30/2008
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2008 - Nissan Maxima To:04-30-08
Cloyes
2018 Nissan NV3500 Engine Timing Chain 6 Cyl 4.0L Cloyes

P311-43EC058    W0133-1857659  New

Qty:
$25.92
Cloyes Engine Timing Chain
  • Cam To Cam
  • Intake cam to exhaust cam (66 links).
  • Upper
Brand: Cloyes
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2018 - Nissan NV3500 V 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3954

Latest Nissan Repair and Timing Chain Installation Advice

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2005 Nissan xterra timing chain

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Question From ericwalker on 2005 Nissan xterra timing chain

I have a Nissan Xterra 2005 with 150k miles. The dealership mechanic suggests to replace the timing chain and water pump. This was recommended as I just had a new clutch and flywheel installed. What are the symptoms that indicate that this work is needed, or is this "recommended" service necessary?

Response From Hammer Time

Do they have any justification for recommending this. As a rule, timing chains are not replaced on a preventative basis, only when there is a failure but that doesn't mean they couldn't have a good reason in this situation.

Response From ericwalker

thanks, turns out timing chain is ok..

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Thanks for following up.

Question closed now as solved

1990 Nissan Pickup - Overheating/No Heat

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Question From Britches on 1990 Nissan Pickup - Overheating/No Heat

Hello,

I have a 1990 Nissan pickup. Right now it has no thermostat and runs no higher than the "C" on the temperature gauge. If the thermostat is installed, it runs hot. Here's a timeline of what's happened to it as well as what's been done to it:

1. Timing chain wore a hole in the timing chain cover causing the truck to overheat.
2. Timing chain cover was replaced and a new timing chain kit was installed.
3. Truck was overheating so we turned the heat on to help cool engine and no heat came out of vents.
4. New water pump and thermostat were installed.
5. Truck was still overheating and still had no heat so I had someone check for blockage in the lines and none were found.

I really want to get the thermostat installed so I can get it up to operating temperature. Why does it run hot when the thermostat is installed and why is there no heat?

Thanks in advance!

Response From jespo

You need the t-stat for the heater to work . So open the radiator cap, start it, look inside the radiator see if the fluid is moving, if not the radiator is blocked. Usually it would be the t-stat but because you don't have one it can't be that. Also look at the upper and lower radiator hoses see if they squeeze shut by themselves, if so replace. Make sure radiator is full of 25% water and 75% anti-freeze or all anti-freeze. A bad tune up would also make it over heat. No oil will make it over heat. Bad carb will make it over heat.

Response From Britches

If the radiator was blocked, wouldn't the truck overheat with the thermostat out? I assumed the radiator wasn't blocked because I figured if it was, the truck would overheat even without the thermostat in. However, without the thermostat, it runs super cool. With the thermostat, it overheats.
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You need the t-stat for the heater to work . So open the radiator cap, start it, look inside the radiator see if the fluid is moving, if not the radiator is blocked. Usually it would be the t-stat but because you don't have one it can't be that. Also look at the upper and lower radiator hoses see if they squeeze shut by themselves, if so replace. Make sure radiator is full of 25% water and 75% anti-freeze or all anti-freeze. A bad tune up would also make it over heat. No oil will make it over heat. Bad carb will make it over heat.

Response From Britches

Someone suggested it might be a blown head gasket. What are you guy's thoughts on this?

Response From dave284 Top Rated Answer

Signs of blown gasket, steam from exhaust pipe/sometimes rough running/overflow of antifreeze, do a compression check when in dout, you could have a bad temp sending unit?,does this vehicle have a fan clutch.The last time I ran into a problem like this I had found several cooling passages clogged up with corrosion thru out the heads and block

Response From slipperyslope

If the engine wasn`t overheating before the timing chain episode,and wasn`t severely "cooked" when the timing cover wore through,I would think there is most likely air trapped inside the cooling system. Is there a bleed valve anywhere on the engine? If so open the valve with the engine off and add coolant to the system.IT COULD TAKE A WHILE! If no bleed valve see if there is a small hose up high on engine that can be removed to allow air to be bled off. It`s worth a try.

Response From Britches

I'm not sure if this helps, but my mechanic said that both the lines going to the heater core are still cold even when the engine is overheating.

Response From Guest

Just wanted to thank everyone for their help and advice! The problem has been fixed! He flushed the system, installed the thermostat, and bled the system. Now the heat works and the system doesn't overheat. Thanks again!

Response From Guest

You need the t-stat for the heater to work . So open the radiator cap, start it, look inside the radiator see if the fluid is moving, if not the radiator is blocked. Usually it would be the t-stat but because you don't have one it can't be that. Also look at the upper and lower radiator hoses see if they squeeze shut by themselves, if so replace. Make sure radiator is full of 25% water and 75% anti-freeze or all anti-freeze. A bad tune up would also make it over heat. No oil will make it over heat. Bad carb will make it over heat.

If the radiator was blocked, wouldn't the truck overheat with the thermostat out? I assumed the radiator wasn't blocked because I figured if it was, the truck would overheat even without the thermostat in. However, without the thermostat, it runs super cool. With the thermostat, it overheats.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Partially agree with jespo. No t-stat will run a flow of coolant more than useful to just the front of the engine and can be overheating where not detected. Boiling coolant won't transfer heat nor does air in the system.

The radiator is suspect. I'll suggest just 50/50 anti-freeze as higher concentrations don't transfer heat well and alone can cause overheating! NEVER USE STRAIGHT ANTI-FREEZE! Without water anti-freeze will turn to slush when cold and with water stays a liquid.

T-stats are mandatory as they also allow for mixing of the coolant within the engine to be a uniform temp and without one they may only cool locally where the gauge reads the temp. An engine that boils at one end and overheats at the other is highly subject to damage from uneven expansion of metal parts,

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whining noise

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Question From milling machine on whining noise

I have a 2000 nissan maxima air, automatic, v-6, 3000 twin cam 24 valve engine. It has a whining noise near I would say were the timing chain tensioner is located. I have disconnected all the belts so it is not the rubber drive belt tensioner, or the power steering pump or the altenator or the compressor. The whining noise seems to get louder as the RPM's increase. This car has a timing chain and a timing chain driven water pump. Any ideas would be appreciated.

Response From poonamt93

Could be anything, belts, alternator, water pump, etc...in my case it was my alternator, after I got that changed, the noise went away.

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Response From Hammer Time

Could be anything, belts, alternator, water pump, etc...in my case it was my alternator, after I got that changed, the noise went away.

If you had read the thread first before being in a hurry to get your advertising in, you would have read that he removed all the belts and the noise was still there.

Response From milling machine

The problem turned out to be a bad compressor clutch, the noise is now gone. Somehow I thought the noise was still there with all the belts off, that threw me off. Oh well, it is fixed now thanks for the help.

Response From Sidom

Well glad you finally got it tracked down & fixed..........

Thx 4 taking the time to let us know the final outcome

Response From Hammer Time

If the noise is still there with all the belts removed, then your most likely looking at a bad water pump. That is the only component in there that has a bearing.

Response From milling machine

But wouldn't a warn out tensioner make a wizzing noise, it sounds closer to the tensioner than the pump.

Response From Hammer Time

There are no pulleys on the tensioner. It's just a nylon rubbing block. If the nylon came apart, the chain would be rattling all over the place.

Your not going to know for sure what it is until you take it apart anyway.

Response From milling machine

I bought the water pump for it and will change it out. And I will look at the tensioner to see if it has worn thru. This engine has three tensioners. Have you ever seen a tensioner that has worn thru and the timing chain was just touching bare metal and making a whining sound ?

Response From Hammer Time

Sure, but it won't be a whining sound. It will be a loud rattle.

You shouldn't be buying anything yet. You still have no idea what the problem is and won't until you take it apart.

Response From milling machine

Thanks for the response, I will change the water pump because I already have it now and let you know if that was the problem.

Response From Hammer Time

I hope you realize what your getting yourself into there. This job calls for 13 hours of flat rate and one mistake can cost you a couple thousand in bent valves. This is no car to learn on.

Response From milling machine

I have the factory service manual and it seems the hard part is hoping the chain does not skip a tooth or two when you release the chain tensioner and then turn the crankshaft counterclockwise 20 degrees to take out the old pump and put in the new one. But this is how they say to do the job. I know how easy it is to skip a tooth on a timing chain, I changed a chain on a toyota truck a few times, and when you loosen the tensioner the weight of the loose chain sometimes makes the camshaft move. But I think your right about it being the pump, it has 130,000 miles on it and most likely the bearing tolerances have opened up and small amounts of coolant are seeping in there causing the whining noise. Thanks again.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

The water pump without the timing chain is much easier. It's replacing the timing chain that is real hard.