Nissan 2.4L Index of Articles

The camshaft position sensor in your 2.4L Frontier or XTerra is located inside the engine's distributor. If the cam sensor (which is actually the crank sensor the computer... [read more]

Testing your Nissan D21 pickup's MAF sensor, to see if it's bad or not, can be done in three easy and simple tests. They're all done with a multimeter, since you don't need... [read more]

This tutorial will help you to test the upstream Oxygen Sensor on your 2.4L Nissan Altima, Xterra or Frontier and/or troubleshoot OBD... [read more] at:

Testing the mass air flow (MAF) sensor on your 98-04 2.4L Nissan Frontier (or 2000-2004 2.4L Nissan Xterra) is not that hard. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to do it... [read more]

In this article, I'm gonna' show you how to do an engine compression test on your Nissan 2.4L Altima, Pathfinder or Xterra... [read more] at:

In this article, I'm gonna' shed some light on how to troubleshoot Misfire Codes (P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304) on your Nissan... [read more] at:

I've had so many folks come up to me and say: "I think the alternator is bad on my car because I disconnected the battery negative (-) terminal with the engine running... [read more]

I've written this article to show you three of the most common tests that are done to diagnose a Blown Head Gasket on your 2.4L... [read more] at:

Bench Testing the starter is the most effective way to find out if the starter motor is in fact bad. This is an easy test that you can accomplish yourself without having to... [read more]

In this article, I'm gonna' show you one of the fastest and easiest ways I have used to diagnose bad fuel Injectors on Nissan... [read more] at: