Nissan 1.6L Index of Articles

You can accurately test the fuel pump, on your 1.6L Nissan Sentra, to see if it has failed and thus keeping your car from starting or just not sending enough fuel to the... [read more]

Testing the starter is not hard and it doesn't have to be removed from your Nissan's engine to be tested. In this tutorial I'll show you the 3 basic test you need to... [read more]

As you're already aware, the throttle position sensor assembly, on your 1.6L Nissan Sentra (w/ an automatic transmission) is part idle switch and part throttle position... [read more]

Testing a no-start condition, to find its root cause, involves 3 basic tests. In a nutshell: One is a spark test, the other is a fuel pressure test, and the last is a... [read more]

The throttle position sensor (usually referred to as just the TPS) on the Nissan Sentra 1.6L with an automatic transmission is a set of two sensors within the same... [read more]

A blown head gasket is usually the result of severe engine overheating, but not always. If you suspect that your 1.6L Nissan's head gasket is blown, this tutorial will show... [read more]

In this tutorial, I'll explain how to test the engine compression on Nissan vehicles with a 1.6L 4-cylinder engine. More importantly, I'll explain how to interpret the test... [read more]

Diagnosing a P0135 trouble code on the 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999 1.6L Nissan Sentra involves 2 basic tests. One is making sure that the front oxygen sensor is getting... [read more]

In three easy test steps, this article will teach you how to test the 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Nissan Sentra 1.6L MAF Sensor on... [read more] at: