Nissan Altima 2007-2012 Service Manual: Diagnosis and repair workflow

Repair Work Flow


WT-5, "Preliminary Check"

WT-52, "Self-Diagnosis (With CONSULT-III)" WT-53, "Self-Diagnosis (Without CONSULT-III)"

WT-55, "Symptom Table"



Interview the customer to obtain detailed information about the symptom.

>> GO TO 2


Perform preliminary check. Refer to WT-5, "Preliminary Check" >> GO TO 3


Perform SELF-DIAGNOSIS. Refer to WT-52, "Self-Diagnosis (With CONSULT-III)" or WT-53, "Self-Diagnosis (Without CONSULT-III)".

>> GO TO 4


Check for symptoms. Refer to WT-55, "Symptom Table".

>> GO TO 5


Repair or replace the applicable parts.

>> GO TO 6


1. Perform a drive test.

2. Check the low tire pressure warning lamp.

>> GO TO 7


Perform SELF-DIAGNOSIS. Refer to WT-52, "Self-Diagnosis (With CONSULT-III)" or WT-53, "Self-Diagnosis (Without CONSULT-III)".

Are any DTC's displayed? YES >> GO TO 5

NO >> Inspection End

    Inspection and adjustment
    Preliminary Check 1.TIRE PRESSURE Check all tire pressures. Refer to WT-70, "Tire". Do tire pressures match specification? YES >> GO TO 2 NO >> Adjust tire pressure to spe ...

    Other materials:

    P1551, P1552 Battery current sensor
    Description The power generation voltage variable control enables fuel consumption to be decreased by reducing the engine load which is caused by the power generation of the generator. The battery current sensor is installed to the battery cable at the negative terminal. The sensor measures t ...

    Rear seat
    Exploded View SPLIT REAR SEAT 1. Release strap 2. Rear seat lock assembly 3. Rear striker assembly 4. Rear seatback reinforcement 5. LH seatback frame 6. RH seatback frame 7. RH seatback pad 8. LH seatback pad 9. RH seatback trim 10. LH seatback trim 11. RH seatback hinge assembly 12 ...

    Harness connector
    Description HARNESS CONNECTOR (TAB-LOCKING TYPE) • The tab-locking type connectors help prevent accidental looseness or disconnection. • The tab-locking type connectors are disconnected by pushing or lifting the locking tab(s). Refer to the figure below. Refer to the next page for d ...