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Founded in 1911 as Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works, Nissan is currently one of the world's largest automakers: a 2012 survey by OICA placed it sixth in this special ranking, behind only Toyota, General Motors, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai Motor Group and Ford. Its very first automobile, called DAT, was released in 1914. The company's present name, Nissan, was officially confirmed in the early '30s. This name's origin was a stock market abbreviation for Nihon Sangyo. Since 1999, the company has been in partnership with Renault, known as the Renault-Nissan Alliance. Nowadays, its vehicles are sold under three other brands: Infiniti, Datsun and NISMO.

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A window regulator is the mechanical assembly behind a door panel that is responsible for moving a glass window up or down along a guided track. Basic window regulators which have been around since enclosed automobiles were first introduced 100 years ago are operated by a hand crank, and power window regulators use an electric motor to do the work of moving the...
Snow, ice, freezing rain, and frigid temperatures make winter driving treacherous; nevertheless you're prepared, right? Your all-season radials have plenty of tread, the antifreeze is good to -32°F, and the ice scraper is in the car, ready to go. You even remembered to pack a blanket and cell phone charger in case you get stuck. But what about your wiper blades?...
Fuses are designed to stop excess current flow that can overheat circuits, damage equipment, or even cause a fire. To account for normal electrical spikes and surges, vehicle designers typically specify fuses with amp ratings of double the current flow a circuit will see under normal conditions. In automotive applications, there are push in/pull out blade fuses...
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2011 Nissan Sentra
| Posted by | (Bronx, NY)

Could not ask for more this washer tank had a new pump that made it easier to install. You can not tell them apart from the factory tank. I am very satisfied with the product.

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