How to Replace the Front O2 Sensor on a Maxima?

Answer The front O2 sensor in your Maxima's exhaust system measures the amount of unburned oxygen and relays that information to the vehicle's computer. This allows the powertrain control module to adjust... Read More »

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How to Remove Front O2 Sensor in Maxima?

The Nissan Maxima has a series of O2 sensors installed into the exhaust system of the vehicle. The upstream or front sensor is located on the exhaust manifold, underneath the vehicle. The sensor mo... Read More »

How to Replace the O2 Sensor on a Maxima?

Oxygen sensors tend to seize to the exhaust tubes from constant heating and cooling of the exhaust system. It is a good idea to apply penetrating oil to the sensors threads one or two hours before ... Read More »

How to Replace a Knock Sensor in a Nissan Maxima?

Replacing the knock sensor on the Nissan Maxima is simple, but the sensor can be expensive, so be sure to have the car properly diagnosed before assuming the sensor is bad. The knock sensor detects... Read More »

How to Replace an O2 Sensor on a 1996 Nissan Maxima?

The 3.0-liter V-6 engine of the 1996 Nissan Maxima contains three oxygen sensors in the exhaust system. There are two upstream sensors in the front pipe just below the manifold flanges, and there's... Read More »