This has been a very common problem with Nissan. You are left either with a bad sending unit, or the engine is not building enough oil pressure to register. Eventually brakes were replaced by dealer 6 months after the initial problem. It idles just below half way point while in gear, warmed up, ac on, stopped at a light. Be sure that the rubber O ring for the solinoid comes out with the solinoid and is not stuck in the hole first. I just had the same prob with my truck and i have found it was a vacuum leak. The oil gauge is actually goes up when I accelerate.
Please refer their model A60 series manual. Also check that there is 12volts going to the solinoid when the key is on the run position. The filter also helped that annoying valve slap at start up go away. It is sometimes referred to as. Oreilly auto 2004-2007 17-0645 2008-2015 17-0639 Napa auto 2004-2007 Op6736 2008-2015. The 400 smallblock is similar but has extra steam holes drilled in the block and heads to compensate for simiesed cylinders or where the cylinders are all joined together disrupting regular block coolant flow. You will also need to remove a radiator hose which will dump all your antifreeze so be prepared to catch it or clean it up and replace it.
I've been driving it now for about 4 days without much change. I have never had a vehicle that has a guage that displays oil pressure like this armada, so I was suspected a problem. This procedure is the same for Nissan Armadas and Infiniti Q 56. Currently facing problems including a noise at startup that everyone can hear except the dealer mechanics, an overflow problem with gas tank even though just a few liters have been put in an empty tank. This is the second time I have replaced the sensor in my 2006 Nissan Frontier. My oil pressure at idle is just above the lower line and then immediately moves to a little over half way upward as the engine speed increases - it does this almost immediately upon throttle up.
In this video I show the steps necessary to replace the oil pressure sensor on a Nissan titan. Incurred significant additional expenses to alleviate issue such as in cabin air filter and purchase of ionizing unit; plus missed workdays, transportation, fuel and service and diagnostic fees at dealerships. You are sealing threads not plugging a dike. We realize, we may have different view concerning this but at least weve tried our best. It turns out that it was a bad sending unit and my mechanical test gauge was also not reading accurately checked it to another gauge.
You can do this by crawling under the vehicle near the middle and look for a small round metal tag mounted on … the back side of the transfer case. I have 85 z24 engine. Estimate for replacing is 1500. The only filter other than Nissan's that will help with this low idle pressure is the Napa Gold filter. Oil Pressure Switch Location 2004 Armada is one of increased topic at this time. Nissan has no type of screen or mesh in the converter to contain any pieces in case of a failure.
I'll try and find the post and post a link. Keep in mind that cold oil will produce alot more oil pressure than hot oil until it heats up. As this is a common replacement part when the gauge stops working. I am not sure if this was a singular flaw or just quality of the product but I had to take my vehicle to the shop so they could try and drill out the threads. My 2004 armada has several problems. On the back of the carb is an idle stop solinoid that shuts off the air flow through the idle passage way. We recently moved to Maryland for a job and found out they do vehicle inspections here.
We thank you for your visit to our website. The relief valve consists of four components, a screw plug, a compr … ession spring, a guide pin, and a piston. Again, it has something to do with holding oil pressurized in the line but I may not be explaining it correctly. Remove the solinoid and spray carb cleaner in the solinoid hole then blow out with compresed air. It looks like all of the others Ive seen over the last 30 years or so. I read a post on it and switched the filter only and problem gone.
If you are doing it right, it comes out without yanking it hard at all. It currently has about 131,000 miles and hasn't had a lick of problems. I found a post on ClubArmada, which I'm a member of, and one solution was so simple and it worked. Does the problem continue after the engine has warmed up? When you shut it off the engine the kneedle drops down to low all the way to the left, pegged. I have a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder 4x4. Again, it has something to do with holding oil pressurized in the line but I may not be explaining it correctly. Our Nissan parts and accessories are expedited directly from authorized Nissan dealers strategically located all across the U.
I assume it may be the sending unit. Also if you have a turbo Z there is also another oil switch locat … ed on the oil pan which is the oil temperature sending unit. If you are missing power or ground, then you will need to see where you are losing it. The first trip I took it on, san diego to las vegas, it cut out like it was vapor locking. You are going down a hill in a pick-up truck pulling a camper. Thinking that I had a stuck regulator in the oil pump, I attempted to free it up by reving the engine.
Please like and subscribe this video helped. The actual Oil Pressure gauge works great. The needle also constantly moves up and down. I checked the oil and everything is fine, no leaks? Additionally major problems with driver side door refusing to open from both the inside and outside. Extremely dangerous considering weight of door.