How to Change the Cylinder Head on a Nissan Sentra?

Answer The cylinder head on an engine sits on top of the engine block. It makes up the upper part of the combustion chamber and contains the valves, rocker arms or camshafts. The intake and exhaust mani... Read More »

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How to Change a Head Gasket on the 2001 Nissan Sentra?

Cylinder head gasket replacement on a 2001 Nissan Sentra is a major repair to the engine. The head gasket's job is to seal the combustion chamber and coolant passages. Expect it to take a couple of... Read More »

Nissan Sentra Lock Cylinder Removal?

The Nissan Sentra shares a platform with the Pulsar and NX. The ignition switch on Nissan Sentra is mounted on the steering column. It is held on with special bolts called "shear bolts" which can o... Read More »

How to Hone a Nissan Sentra Cylinder Wall?

Hone the cylinder walls on your Nissan Sentra engine if you plan to install new piston rings. Cylinder honing will break the glaze or the rough surface if you sent the block for cylinder boring. Ch... Read More »

Troubleshooting a Dead Cylinder on a Nissan Sentra?

A dead cylinder won't provide power to the engine, whether at idle or at high speed. Do not confuse it with a sporadic cylinder miss that comes and goes at certain times or during various engine sp... Read More »