On some cars the 2 lights are on at the same time when it is failing. I had all the lights on my dash go out and discovered it was the dimmer swith. The system is active and operational on each engine start by default. Now disconnect the wires from the alternator and the plastic bracket which is attached to the alternator. The speedometer cluster is in view. Maybe you want to look into that and also check on the car wheel alignment if the steering does not stay on a straight path on a level road. Then you can replace the bulbs by twisting then out.
You will never get the alternator out if you don't. After inflation, the warning light will not automatically go out. If its not blown, next check all the light bulbs and terminals to their sockets. Still my dash lights won't come on, what should I do next to solve this problem? If it is broken in the middle. Alternators are also very rarely bad when new so I wouldn't really worry about a bad alternator. I left the rad hose as-is. There are several things to check for.
I just changed the alternator on a '96 Sentra - day one involved removal of old alternator - passenger side fan and overflow tank had to be removed. If it does turn out to be the dimmer switch, do you have any idea how much a replacement would cost? This needs to be loosened in order to set the tension for re-installing the belt. Here is a list of the tools you will need. Replace with a combo bulb and reverse proceedure to re-install. Did not remove radiator fans but removed bracket 1 12mm bolt that has the cable tie-down and top bolt of alternator. About 3 days old, in fact. On a positive note, learning about your car is some of the most valuable information you can invest in and can help you decide if you want to attempt the repair yourself or take it to a shop.
When the dashboard goes dark you know you are driving without tail lights. These panels will have to be repaired by a certified instrument panel service facility. Below are a few warnings lights you may see in your Sentra while traveling through Philadelphia, Lansdale, and Doylestown. The air bag systems may not be deployed during an impact. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. But now it's just those lights that come on.
A few minutes of filing off some material off the bottom of the boss provided the clearance required to no longer contact the tensioner bolt. Also, if you could be more specific in your question it'd be easier to answer. Post your car problems and offer your advice! I figured it was a fuse but there is no fuse listed for dash lights and all the fuses in the box are good I pulled them all to check. If a warning light comes on but the system has not been switched off, a fault has been detected. First, sheck if your fuse is working after that see if any of your sterio cables are touching and if they are separate them and put black tape and then pop your hood and see if the tail light fuse is working and if its no change it.
If attempting to isolate the problem proves unsuccessful, consider taking your vehicle to a qualified mechanic to fix dashboard lights that won't light. The Nissan Sentra can put a stop to that with its Park Position Light. Update: Please refrain from insults and unhelpful behavior. Frustrating, yes, but mostly because the replacement alternator wasn't exactly the same, so double check before installing. Drive very carefully to an authorized Nissan dealer and have system checked immediately.
Please post vehicle year, make and model, vehicle mileage, and engine size with your question. With the light swithed off. If you are planning on changing the belt then you will have to remove the powersteering belt too in order to get it off. If there is a malfunction in the system then it will flash for about one minute and remain on. Nissan Sentra Checking Lights Certain warning lights if vehicle equipped illuminate on the Nissan Sentra dashboard when the ignition is switched on and go out after a short time. Otherwise, they are designed in a way that if you pull from the front with moderate force, the switch should pop out. Patience and small hands will help you out alot.
The dashboard lights went out. All in all, frustrating and poorly designed. A common cause of vibration at speed is unbalanced tires. A blown fuse can disable the vehicle's dashboard light. Anyway, basically the answer is, it's not your battery and it's not your alternator since the car starts and continues to run. The bolts on the bottom are really hard to get to and maneuver around and are tight as hell. Look below the dash on the driver's side.