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...2000 nissan frotier? I just turned over 100,000 miles today. page 2: quite lengthy if you try it, take pictures of critical disassembly points rate me fixya!...I really can't change the belt for you! ...

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...Nissan used to recommend replacing the timing belt every 60,000 miles, but over time they have found the generally they last longer than that. Personally, I still recommend a 60,000 mile replacement ...

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...a 4cyl nissan frontier? Some say 80000,but I would say 60000, how to replace the timing belt on my 2000 frontier 2.4 That engine doesn't have a timing belt. The camshafts are driven by a timing

2000 Nissan Frontier cut out while backing out of the drive and will not restart. It will turn over but the engine will not engage. I was told there was a distributor problem. Replaced it -- still won

...2000 Nissan Frontier crew cab v6 - I was wondering what would happen if my timing belt broke - I just turned 107000 mi. - would the motor lock everyting up - or just the belt broke - also I sometimes ...

...Nissan frontier SC, 69000 miles. Motor runs well when first start the engine and runs very routh after warm up and it just stops sudenly the engine. Three codes P0328(knock sensor 1 circ i had some ...

2000 frontier engine timing belt what happens to motor what can happen when belt breacks The valves can get bent if the belt breaks, replace the belt and then keep your fingers crossed you dodged the ...

2000 Nissan Frontier 3.3L VG33E engine. Drove it to the store and when i came out it would not start. I determined the timing belt stripped at the crank gear. I replaced the belt. I am pretty certain ...

2000 nissan frontier...run perfect but the problem is when i rev it, it starts to chock and then it dies. Try cleaning the throttle body, or any componants related to the fuel and a mixing, that would

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2000 Nissan frontier wont start... Replaced distributor n timing belt If it's the timing belt you may have it a tooth or two out. Take the cover off and turn the engine till the timing marks are on ...

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