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yes
the best and most reliable is a commander make and if you have a nissan dealer fit it it will not affect any warranty for the vehicle

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Dec 22, 2016


Can you share more detail information about this noise ? How often does it happen ? When does it happen (turning) ? The more details you add, the better we can assist you with your possible problem.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Nov 30, 2016


Check power feed or ground for intermittent connection. Also, check the motor brushes - worn brushes will not make proper all the time contact with commutator resulting in intermittent operation.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Nov 22, 2016


take car to a nissan service centre
with its vin number
they will have the code on record

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Sep 09, 2016


which year

looks like all the radios need some slid down each side of the radio
that releases clips to extract the factory radio

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Nissan Almera radio fit
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Nissan Almera... | Answered on Sep 09, 2016


ok, i will try and help you as much as i can. first you should be getting 12 volts a pulse and a ground( negative ). if you're getting the 12 volts and the grounds but no pulse the the car has 2 sensors, one is the cam and the other is the crank. those sensors provide pulse to one for the injectors and the crank is for the coil packs. you can test for pulse by using a noid light or the normal test light. just connect the test light to 12 volts terminal and have someone crank over the engine. if you don't get a low flickering light then you neeed to change the sensor

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Aug 25, 2016


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get your car fix right now

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Feb 26, 2016


you really should have removed throttle body to clean properly. The fuel intake system is probably full of the cleaner and other crud now and you might get it started by holding pedal to the floor, while cranking.
press the helpful button.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Jan 23, 2016


sound like a safety system to prevent unwanted people to enter the car. many places have cheeky theft problems from cars

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Nov 29, 2015


Most vehicles with timing chains have a cover over the chain that it attached to the oil pan. There are gaskets that have to be replaced between the two and removal of the pan is recommended to do this properly. Trying to avoid it can result in a number of issues, from gasket material falling into the sump to oil leaks from not having the lower part of the cover sealed properly.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Oct 22, 2015


you can remove the central locking fuse , this will stop the lock/unlock constantly , the problem is usually with the drivers door lock mechanism , that is perhaps why you cant lock/unlock with the key, lock from inside vehicle and get out passenger side, that lock should work with the key until you get the lock changed on drivers door

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Jun 11, 2015


Does it crank over If no, then try jumping it from another car.
If yes it cranks but doesn't fire up, try spraying a small squirt of starting fluid into the air intake. If it fires up then dies it is a fuel problem. Very likely low on fuel or fuel pump circuit.
If it cranks but doesn't start with starting fluid there is a problem in the ignition-spark system.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on May 06, 2015

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