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2003 Nissan Sentra SE-R SPEC V coolant temp sennser turns the radiater fan, turn your ac on and check the both fans come on or not, or may one ac fan come on, it have two fans or one fan, look on left

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2003 sentra 2007 GXE. Last week The I own a 2003 sentra 2007 GXE. Last week The "service engine soon" light came on,took it to Advance Auto and hooked it up to a hand held computer and it read "engine

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2003 Nissan sentra 2003 gxe, had 4 yrs, no problems, blows cold air only, had lines flushed to remove air, thermostat works fine, is it the head gasket? Start the car up when it is cold and rev the ...

...thermostat. is it worth it to fix it i read that people have changed the pump and the head gasket and it won't work?? any suggestions what might be the problem?? I think I'd check the coolant hose ...

2003 nissan sentra gxe-car won't start at times it rolls over but won't fire up had all kinds of diagnostic tests run and can't find anything wrong-plus just replaced thermostat, spark plugs and i ...

2003 Nissan Sentra 1.8L with 100000 miles on it and just recently the heater began to blow cold air most of the time and on some random occasions it would blow warm. i replaced the thermostat thinking

my nissan Sentra 2003 gxe 1.8L is overheating. i have changed radiator, water puller and head gasket. what should i do could be a bad thermostat. or a clog in coolant system.

2003 nissan sentra no heat blows cold air. already changed th thermostat garage supposedly did a block test and have air in the coolant. they are saying it's the head gasket. just not sure how ...

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