Fuel injector replacement on Nissan Sentra is quite necessary at times, to avoid unnecessary damages to the engine. Fuel injector that helps in blending the fuel and air appropriately, by spraying the fuel in measured quantity, may lose its ability, if it gets clogged by the dust particles. The powerful engine might prove inefficient under such circumstances, and all you can do is replace the injector with a new one. But when opting for a replacement, you should follow a procedural way to make things easier. Make sure you have plenty of tools and fuel injector replacement kit besides you, to ensure that the replacement process doesn’t cost you extra. Try to follow the below mentioned steps to replace the fuel injector in your Nissan Sentra.
The goal is a riding position that results for a modest amount of shock-absorbing bend in your arms without forcing you to reach too far to apply the brakes. If it feels as though you could comfortably play piano keys on your handlebar, your arms are in a good position.
Patch a radiator hose: I’m in my third decade of driving and have never once wished I knew how to do this. I’m floored that this is the number-one item on their list.
Since I had previously set the engine at top dead center before removing the distributor, I have no trouble at all placing the distributor in and having the rotor button align with the mark on the casing. Had I not done this procedure, I may have found myself yanking on a wrench at the harmonic balancer trying the find a sweet spot that would allow the distributor to fall in at exactly the right spot. Sometimes experience and foresight can save you loads of trouble.
Using the shop towel, clean the drain plug and replace the sealing with a new one. Tighten the drain plug back to its original spot by hand first and then use a 5/8 inch socket and Best Torque Wrench Under 100 to tighten it further.
Observe where the timing mark on the pulley appears compared to the degree tab on the front of the engine to see what the current ignition timing is. You can remove the timing light components, wheel chocks and bring your car back to its normal state if you are satisfied with the current ignition timing.
You need to be cautious while buying socket sets, as using poor quality ones may have dangerous consequences, such as eye injury or ripped fingers. Cheap sockets may also lead to fastener rounding.