Question about 2005 Nissan Almera Tino
Screen is blank (black, no picture or wording) when camera is put into reverse gear.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: automatic transmission
im pretty sure your transmission is going out on the car.you say it wont move in reverse and has hesitation going forward...id say start looking for another transmission or another car
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Does that have a hydraulic clutch pedal or is it mechanical.If you don't know if you pump the clutch pedal about 10 times and you feel it getting harder and you can then put it into gear its hydraulic.Check under the hood on the drives side by the brake reservoir and you should see a little like see through little reservoir with a black cap or rubber cap..Pop that of and see if that is full.If its not than you have a leak in the hose that goes down to the slave cylinder or the slave cylinder is bad..You can look in front of the trans at the bottom as maybe see the leak if one..You can put some brake fluid in that little reservoir.Fill it up the pump your clutch pedal a few times to see if that helps putting into gear while car is running.If all that checks out.Your more than likely going to ned a clutch installed...
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Posted on Mar 30, 2009
try checking your transmission oil (i had the same problem but after $30 it was fixed) it might had drained out. if your transmission oil is fine then consult a mechanic preferebly an automatic transmission specialist. may be your transmission needs a rebuild.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
It's best to check all the fuses and the camera lens for covered with dirt, then follow the wire as it can get pinched near the rear door hinge and then the display can go out too. A true code scanner ( not a code reader ) can look at the body control computer and disnose this problem futher. The back door trim covers the camera and the wires are routed thought the hinge area of the rear door, the control unit is in the right rear under the trim panel and if it got wet it's though. Both of these parts are bank breakers. I recomend a dealer mechanic and ask for an estimate ... you may break good parts and or install parts that don't fix the problem oth could make you upset.. the dealers estimate could make you upset too.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
Locate the fuse box underneath the drivers side steering wheel and remove the cover lid. Underneath the lid is a diagram of what each fuse controls. Locate the "Stop Lamp" and "Taillight" fuses and pull them out and check them with a fuse test light (avalible at your local auto parts store) Replace the burned out fuse with the same number fuse (the amp number is located on top of the fuse) and your lights will work again
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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