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Engine

Fuel filter Replacement

 

CAN I DO THIS MYSELF?
No problem. The fuel filter is a job you can do yourself.

TOOLS YOU'LL NEED
A Phillips head screwdriver (a short, stubby one)
Pliers
Lots of paper towels
Chemical resistant gloves (if you don't like the smell of gas on your hands)

WHAT TO DO

First Turbo Talk

When Nissan introduced the VQ30DE motor in 95 for the Maxima, it was praised in magazines
for having a powerful, smooth, reliable V6, now 6 years later, the VQ30DE is still being praised
 as one of the best V6 motors ever. Stillen, an aftermarket performance shop, has chosen to
 improve on this by producing a Supercharger kit available to 95+ Maxima. Stillen claims this

Changing Spark Plugs

Tools and Supplies Needed:

Socket Wrench
Socket Wrench Extentions
Sparkplug Wrench Attachment
8mm Socket
12mm Deep Socket
4mm Hex Tool
Phillips Screwdriver (Optional)

Estimated time: 30 Minutes

Adjust Throttle Position Sensor (TPS)

Well, if you're here, you are probably experiencing some trouble because the TPS is not a regular maintenance item! Unfortunately TPS failure seems rather common. It's happened to me, and I see it in one to two other Maxima enthusiasts a year. Heck when Edmunds.com was evaluating the new 2K Max, they had problems with the TPS. And the car was brand-spankin new!

 

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