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How to Perform the Maxima Ghetto Air Box Intake Mod (GAB)

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How to Perform the Maxima Ghetto Air Box Intake Mod (GAB)

Member Credit: Fezzik Hey guys. I was really interested in the Ghetto Air Box (GAB) but did not want to destroy the filter holder (>65 dollar value according to Dave B) So I thought up a way to create the same thing without cutting part of the holder off. This may…

No Start or Start and Stall on 4thgen Maxima (P0340)

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No Start or Start and Stall on 4thgen Maxima (P0340)

Member Credit: Sparky This 1997 Nissan Maxima was towed in from another shop after unsuccessful repair attempts. I am not sure how many shops it has been to. Tried to crank vehicle, it spit and coughed and jumped and carried on but I managed to get it to fire a…

Where are Bank 1 and Bank 2 sensors located?

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: 11/10/2017

Where are Bank 1 and Bank 2 sensors located?

So you get your code scanner and it says something like, "Bank 1 Sensor 2". So where exactly are these banks located? Bank 1 means that the sensor is closest to the Firewall. Bank 2 means that the sensor is closest to the Radiator. Yup, it's that simple.

carsnwomen91’s Gen2 VQ35DE HR Swap How-to YouTube Video’s

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: 06/23/2020

carsnwomen91's Gen2 VQ35DE HR Swap How-to YouTube Video's

Credit: Rene aka https://www.youtube.com/user/carsnwomen91 Please subscribe to show them support! Part 1 - Introduction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIBEMiUmcYk Part 2 - Inspecting and Opening the Motor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCl_nSafhVk Part 3 - Timing Chain Assembly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoljm21mltQ Part 4 - Cam Trigger Wheels https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEnqAsZ9HHM Part 5 - Trans Swap, First Start-Up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kGXUOLpJBg

Suprastick V4 – The Latest Weapon for Nissan Maxima Automatic Transmissions

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: 12/19/2020

Suprastick V4 - The Latest Weapon for Nissan Maxima Automatic Transmissions

Community Member Credit: JIME Ok guys after spending a lot of time and money last year I ended up using an automatic shifter dubbed shift-fast for my automatic transmission.. It is just some relays connected to a RPM switch (Emanage\UTEC\MSD). It works fine, it allows me to shift at any…

Pathfinder TB (Throttle Body) Install on 4thgen Nissan Maxima

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: 05/08/2021

Pathfinder TB (Throttle Body) Install on 4thgen Nissan Maxima

Community Member Credit: Stephen Max Here are the steps involved in converting to a 70mm Pathfinder throttle body: 1. Make or purchase adapter plate, 2. When you first do a trial fitting of the adapter plate to the intake manifold, you will see that the 70mm opening is considerably larger…

How to Remove Dashboard on 4thgen Nissan Maxima

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: 07/22/2020

How to Remove Dashboard on 4thgen Nissan Maxima

Credit: DennisMik I would like to start by thanking JNCoRacer for his motivational pep talk. He was smart enough to know that I could do it, even though I didn't think I could. Thanks man. You will need various standard tools: screwdrivers (Phillips for screws & flat for prying), wire…

FX35 Rear Trunk Latch Door Won’t Close (Check 15A Back Door Fuse)

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: 09/27/2020

FX35 Rear Trunk Latch Door Won't Close (Check 15A Back Door Fuse)

Community Member Credit: Eddy Out of nowhere, I noticed that the trunk on my FX35 was not fully closing. Initially, I thought the actuator was toast and I would need to replace it. When you get the lock, you should be able to hear the trunk latch engage. I wasn't…

How to Clean Throttle Body and Idle Air Control Valve (IACV) on 4thgen Maxima

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How to Clean Throttle Body and Idle Air Control Valve (IACV) on 4thgen Maxima

Member Credit: Cdg2125 Tools Required: Ratchet 10m socket 12mm socket Flathead or 8mm socket Pliers or vise grips 1 can of Throttle Body cleaner 1 can of Carb cleaner (I find Berrymans B12 to work fastest) New throttle body gasket New IAC Valve Gasket (dealer only) Step 1: Disconnect battery.…

How to Upgrade to 6.5 Gen Bumper While Keeping 04-06 Hood/Headlights

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How to Upgrade to 6.5 Gen Bumper While Keeping 04-06 Hood/Headlights

Member Credit: MissMiami Below are the most commonly asked questions before starting this conversion. This very similar to getting the hybrid bumper which allows you to retain 2004-2006 Headlights/Hood with 2007/2008 Bumper. "Where did you get your 2007 bumper?" I got mine on eBay for about $50.00 on eBay, with about $50.00…

Cable Driven 75MM Throttle Body Installed on 4thgen Maxima

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Cable Driven 75MM Throttle Body Installed on 4thgen Maxima

Member Credit: schmellyfart I've had this project on the back burner for the better part of the last year and a half, but it is finally done. 75mm tb on an A32 3.5 swap with a functioning IACV. The TB is an aftermarket 75mm TB produced for a 86-93 Mustang, redrilled…

How to Replace and Install New 02 Sensors

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How to Replace and Install New 02 Sensors

Member Credit: Scrambler My SES light came on the other day and the code is indicating O2 sensor Bank 1, Sensor 1. That is the bank that is on the back side of the engine, against the firewall. Sensor 1 is the sensor in the exhaust manifold before the cat. BTW...…

4thgen Nissan Maxima Mass Airflow MAF Sensor Mod

Relevance: 53%      Posted on: 12/12/2020

4thgen Nissan Maxima Mass Airflow MAF Sensor Mod

Community Member Credit: greghome At one point on the Maxima message boards in late 1999 there was a lot of talk about increasing airflow through the Maxima intake by removing the screen from the Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor. The screen is not a secondary filter as one might suspect. Its…

P0075 – Intake Valve Control Solenoid Circuit (Bank 1) 2009 Maxima

Relevance: 52%      Posted on: 09/02/2019

P0075 - Intake Valve Control Solenoid Circuit (Bank 1) 2009 Maxima

Member Credit: EddyMaxx Our 2009 7thgen Nissan Maxima threw code P0075 - Intake Valve Control Solenoid Circuit (Bank 1). Bank 1 is the location closest to the Firewall. The first thing to always do is to check the connectors and harness to see if it's broken or has any exposed…

How to Install Sun Hyper Force Ignition Tuner

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How to Install Sun Hyper Force Ignition Tuner

Community Member Credit: NiZMo1o1 The Sun Auto Hyper force is an ignition enhancer, in which provides greater throttle response and smoother engine performance by providing optimal spark duration and maximum voltage output. This product is very effective at higher revs where a normal spark would diminish, specially on boosted 350Zs/…

How to Replace Cabin Air Filter on 5thgen Maxima

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How to Replace Cabin Air Filter on 5thgen Maxima

Member Credit: Sparky This 2003 Nissan Maxima had a faulty blower resistor and as a result I wanted to look at the cabin air filter as a possible cause of the resistor failure. To see that repair please click here. The cabin air filter is located behind the glove box area and…

How to Install RedLineGoods Shift Boot on 1995-1999 4thgen Nissan Maxima

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How to Install RedLineGoods Shift Boot on 1995-1999 4thgen Nissan Maxima

Credit: redlinegoods 1. Start by removing your Shift Console. 2. Pull the the rear of the shift console towards you and slightly lift. 3. Pull the console slowly until it separates from the lower portion of the radio. 4. Turn the shift knob counter clockwise to remove it. You will…

How to Drain and Refill Transmission Fluid on 6thgen Maxima & Altima SE-R

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How to Drain and Refill Transmission Fluid on 6thgen Maxima & Altima SE-R

Member Credit: NAMEL355 Decided to take pictures as I changed the ATF in my 2005 Nissan Altima SE-R (Should be similar for 6th gen Maximas) since I couldn't really find any how to's prior to attempting my first ATF change using the Drain and Refill method. Usually people do 3 drain…

How to Add Drop Resistor Mod on 4thgen Nissan Maxima Automatic Transmission

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: 12/19/2020

How to Add Drop Resistor Mod on 4thgen Nissan Maxima Automatic Transmission

Community Member Credit: JIME This mod forces the transmission to shift at FULL Line Pressure at all times the switch is on. A WOT (Wide Open Throttle) switch is best suited for this purpose because the part throttle shifts are extremely harsh and could damage the transmission. The drop resistor…

2004+ 6thgen Nissan Maxima P0340 – Bank 1 Cam Positioner Sensor Fix

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: 06/15/2020

2004+ 6thgen Nissan Maxima P0340 - Bank 1 Cam Positioner Sensor Fix

Member Credit: CXJ Performance I went to start my car using the auto start and it stalled. I got the car checked and it threw code P0340 Camshaft Bank 1 Position Sensor Malfunction. Below is my guide to the repair. Symptoms Car hesitates to start Car manual mode is stuck…

How to Change Bulb Light in the Dome Light to LED

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How to Change Bulb Light in the Dome Light to LED

Member Credit: wariow3 Difficulty: Easy to moderate. Knowledge of LED's + Resistors Experience with soldering recommended Items needed: Small flat head screw driver small phillips screwdriver 5mm leds ,I used white LED's( around 10, more just incase they blow or just dont' work) I get mine off ebay from the…

How to Install Flush Mounted Voltmeter Installation on 5thgen Nissan Maxima

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: 02/24/2021

How to Install Flush Mounted Voltmeter Installation on 5thgen Nissan Maxima

Community Member Credit: AJ~ I love voltmeters. They tell you if the alternator died and you are running on the battery. Or in our case, the voltage regulator died and the car's electrical system was seeing 18.6VDC. Luckily, the ECU survived. All cars should have a voltmeter, and since El…

4thgen Nissan Maxima P0100 Stalling Bucking Problem Fixed

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: 12/12/2020

4thgen Nissan Maxima P0100 Stalling Bucking Problem Fixed

Community Member Credit: maxirob About 5 months ago just before I tore the intake down to replace the very leaky right bank rocker cover gasket she started stalling when idling, then bucking at higher rpm's. Progressively becoming more frequent and then finally...got P0100 MAF code. After suspecting a poor ground,…

Cattman Headers Installation on 6thgen Maxima

Relevance: 36%      Posted on: 01/07/2018

Cattman Headers Installation on 6thgen Maxima

Member Credit: THE PRESENCE, EddyMaxx & DeusExMaxima Unboxing Cattman photos from Eddy. This is a project that I will never forget. Actually, me and my mechanic had fun with the install. This is why I had to purchase a set of Cattman Headers. The precat facing the front grille wasn't so bad but definitely needed…

How to Find & Remove Your ECU v1

Relevance: 34%      Posted on: 01/05/2017

How to Find & Remove Your ECU v1

Member Credit: Technosquareinc The pictures are from a 350z but you can see its just about the same exact procedure for a 6thgen. Tools required for ECU removal and re-installing.   1. 10 mm socket and ratchet (or equivalent) 2. Philip (cross) screw driver 3. Flat head screw driver Before…