Nissan 3.0L Index of Articles

In this tutorial, I'm going to explain how to test the ignition system of the 1993-1998 3.0L Nissan Quest (Mercury Villager). You'll be able to find out if any of the... [read more]

The camshaft position sensor, located inside the distributor, is the heart of the ignition system on the 1993-1998 3.0L Nissan Quest or Mercury Villager. When it fails the... [read more]

The throttle position sensor assembly, on your 3.0L Nissan Maxima, is two components in one. One part of the TPS assembly is the idle... [read more] at:

The above typical ignition system wiring diagram applies only to the 1993, 1994, 1995 3.0L Nissan Quest and Mercury Villager. It includes the following circuits: ignition... [read more]

The throttle position sensor on your 3.0L Nissan Maxima (Infiniti I30) can be easily and accurately tested with a simple multimeter.... [read more] at:

Testing the throttle position sensor on your 1990-1994 Nissan 3.0L Pathfinder (3.0L D21 Pickup) is not hard and can be done with a... [read more] at:

If you've been driving long enough, you know that eventually the starter motor is gonna' fail and when this happens, the most common symptom is that nothing happens when you... [read more]

The 1994-1995 Nissan 3.0L Pathfinder (and Pick Up) uses a single oxygen sensor that has an internal heater. When this heater fails,... [read more] at:

The Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor of your 1995-1999 Nissan Maxima (equipped with a 3.0L V6 engine) can be tested in 3 easy test steps,... [read more] at:

In this tutorial you'll find instructions on how to do and interpret a compression test on your 3.0L equipped Nissan Maxima... [read more] at: