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How do I replace a engine variable timing solenoid on a 2004

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1 Answer P0770 2004 nissan maxima 3.5 SL AW55-50sn Which solenoid is the "E" solenoid? I have a letter B stamped on my valve body.

Change the whole valve body assembly if it hasn't been done already. These vehicles are known to have shoddy valve bodies from the factory. The plastic and rubber parts inside the valve body warp over time, causing all kinds of error codes and driveability issues. This is one part you don't want to skimp on, because the rest of the transmission is actually quite stout.

Sep 17, 2017 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Nov 24, 2016 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Mar 04, 2016 | 2003 Nissan Maxima

1 Answer 2004 nissan maxima engine code p0021&p1135. Intake valve timing control solenoid has already been replaced. What else could cause this?

I think I answered this a couple of weeks ago on a different Nissan. Both codes are saying the computer can not control valve timing on bank two.
There is a solenoid that uses engine oil flow to adjust valve timing.
If the sensors and solenoid are good, the problem could be lack of oil reaching the solenoid, or a problem with the wiring harness.

Jul 11, 2012 | 2004 Nissan Maxima

1 Answer I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima. can't shirt it out of PARK. I tested the break switch and it seems to work (has continuity) also the break lights come on when I press the break pedal. I just replaced the...

Generally,when a shift lock solenoid/system goes bad you just zip tie the shift lock to unlocked position and that removes the need to depress the brake to shift out of park.

May 22, 2017 | 2004 Nissan Maxima

1 Answer Problems with my 2004 Nissan maxima transmission is **** from 1st to 2nd What your think can be the problem

Ok, I am about to solve the mistery on the transmission problems with these 2004 and 2005 Nissan Maxima.
I had 2 Maxima's 2004, let's call car A with a bad transmission and good motor, and car B with good transmission and bad motor.
1. I swap engines from car B to car A, after that, car A runned good with not a single issue.
2. Car B was with out and engine and a bad transmission,
3. I found a motor and transmission from a wrecked salvage 2005 Nissan Maxima with only 25,000 miles in it,
4. After the installation of the good engine and transmission on car B, I found a broken solenoid,
lets call the good engine and transmission (SET).
5. Remember car A is fixed, but car B had a bad transmission.
6. After removing the bad transmission from car B, the SET had a broken transmission solenoid called (pressure control valve solenoid) cause by the accident, the transmission valve cover had a small dent, right where the solenoid is, that how it got broke,
7. Since I still had the bad transmission from car B, the solenoid from that transmission were good in shape, so I thought I was lucky enough to swap the solenoid from car B to the SET,
after I did that I was good to go very confident that car B was going to run fine, but it did not.
8. Car B with a 25,000 miles SET end it up doing the exact same problem that it had before with the transmission, it is near impossible that the problem is the wear on the valve body since the SET only has 25,000 miles and I only swap the solenoid. 2 of them to be exact.
8. Now I am in the market to buy just the 2 brand new solenoids and cross my fingers, Nissan for some reason, they dont want to sell the solenoids by them self, you need to get the complete valve body assy. and shops are happy with that idea cause it is more money on the pocket for dealers and shops, so I hope is the solenoids, they are really easy to replace, just by removing the valve body cover and remove 2 bolts, 1 for each solenoid and that's it. I called one guy who owens a shop and I ask him if he sells the solenoids remanufactured and he started yelling cause he is thinking that we are stupids since he had many people asking about these solenoids and he is saying that the problem is the valve body it self, he make me mad because I only asked him for the solenoids not to try to make me buy the new valve body assy. I will follow up after I find the solenoids and replace these on my Maxima just to confirm, any questions e mail me back at aslk1209@hotmail.com thanks

Feb 24, 2011 | 2004 Nissan Maxima

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