This article is to assist you in changing the air filter in a VQ35HR. Yesterday I decided to change the air filters on the Z. I had a spare hour till the GF came down so I figured this would be something I could do that would take an hour. As it turns out, I […]
This is an install tutorial that will help you to replace both front and rear rotors and calipers, brake pads, and brake lines. So, Let’s get to it. You’ll need to jack your car up and place stands underneath the recommended areas first. For this tutorial, the car was brought to a garage with a […]
This article will help you on how to clean a dry air filter normally found with Fujita Air Intakes Notes: – There are two types of after market Cone filters, Wet and Dry. This write-up is for Dry type filters. Wet type filter require re-oiling. Check with you filter manufacturer for details. – This should […]
This tutorial will help guide you to change your oil on a 3.5 Altima.You will need the following items to accomplish this task: 5 quarts of oil 1 oil filter 1 new washer 2 floor jacks and/or ramps 14mm socket Oil filter wrench Oil drip tray Rags Funnel Step 1:Line your car up and drive […]
Overview: This DIY is to help you remove the front bumper of any 1st generation Nissan Altima. Difficulty:1 Time:30 minutes Cost: $0.00 Materials: none Tools: 10MM socket / Ratchet w/ extension, Flat head screwdriver, Philips screwdriver Procedure: 1. You’ll need to get to some screws and bolts under your car so you might want to […]
Overview: This DIY is to help Remove the shift knob on a CVT and replace the 194 Bulb with a 194 LED bulb Difficulty: 1 Time: 15 minutes Cost: $5 Materials: 194 LED bulb Tools: flat screwdriver, rag Procedure First step is to pull down with a firm grip on the little chrome looking plastic […]
Overview: This DIY is to help install a ShiftStyle or similar product on the Altima Coupe Difficulty:2 Time:60 minutes Cost:$50 – $100 Materials: Shift boot and arm rest Tools: flat screwdriver, philips screw driver Procedure This procedure should help guide you to remove and replace the shift boot and/or arm rest on the altima coupe […]
First off, if you haven’t done so, clean off all the old adhesive.
Next, sand down and paint your sideskirts, or have them painted.
If they’re already your color, perfect move on to the next step!
After sanding, I used a high quality exterior enamel satin black paint to paint the sideskirts, my mudflaps and my lip.Resists rock chips and well and holds up nicely to the elements (going on 3 years on the lip without needing a repaint.)
Low-Budget Battery Relocation
You know you want to move your battery to the trunk but you don’t want to fork over more then $50 + for a kit and have to wait for it to come in the mail.
I will show you how you can put together and install your own quality kit for much less and with locally bought parts.
What you need and where to get it!
I know this is an old trick but I was so proud of my $15 lip I just had to post it! I put it on the other day and I think it looks pretty good.
Its no PDM lip but it also doesnt make me cringe every time enter a high angle driveway or hit a dip in the freeway at 80 mph.
I paid $10 for a whole 20ft roll (comes in a box) of baseboard molding in the “office supplies dept” of Home Depot.
Then $5 for a box of the wide head autobody screws from AutoZone. The wide head screws dont leave the dimple effect if you refrain from over tightening.