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  • Big scratch removal - Maxima Forums
    2010 Maxima SV Join Date Jun 2015 iTrader 0 Posts 27 Big scratch removal All Previous owner did these somehow then tried to touch them up by using a matching paint stick What would be the best way to make these look better Attached Thumbnails 03 23 2016 11 16 PM 2 SR20Power Senior Member 2011 Tuscan Red Join Date Sep 2006 Location Athens Georgia iTrader 1 Posts 361 That s a MESS The first picture I would like to say is a loss bud take that to a shop and have it fixed Without me being able to put my hands on the paint it s hard to say what to do there I would sand it and buff it just to see what happens If you are able to have someone do that you may be lucky to have that horrible paint touchup removed I can almost bet the second scratch can be removed with a light sanding and a buff What state are you in 03 24 2016 09 01 AM 3 mattz300 Junior Member 2010 Maxima SV Join Date Jun 2015 iTrader 0 Posts 27 Quote Originally Posted by SR20Power That s a MESS The first picture I would like to say is a loss bud take that to a shop and have it fixed Without me being able to put my hands on the paint it s hard to say what to do there I would sand it and buff it just to see what happens If you are able to have someone do that you may be lucky to have that horrible paint touchup removed I can almost bet the second scratch can be removed with a light sanding and a buff What state are you in Yea I knew that first one just sucked I live in SoCal Thanks for the advice though I think Ill start with the sand and buff 04 24 2016 11 17 PM 4 max ride 41 Senior Member 95 gle Join Date Jan 2006 Location in my max pa p iTrader 3 Posts 5 817 why on gods earth would somebody go across the scratch instead of just going into the scratch that first one looks like a crayon clear coat compound number 7 by dupont on both of them you go against the scratch first and then in the direction of the scratch second and repeat the process remember your taking off a little paint every time you do it use discretion and do a little at a time VQ powaaaaaaaaaaaa 04 25 2016 10 36 AM 5 mattz300 Junior Member 2010 Maxima SV Join Date Jun 2015 iTrader 0 Posts 27 Quote Originally Posted by max ride 41 why on gods earth would somebody go across the scratch instead of just going into the scratch that first one looks like a crayon clear coat compound number 7 by dupont on both of them you go against the scratch first and then in the direction of

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  • What oil and oil filter should I use? Can I switch to synthetic? What viscosity? - Maxima Forums
    buck Another interesting dino choice is Chevron Supreme 10W 30 but we have zero analyses on that particular oil on Maximas Personally I wouldn t let Valvoline oils anywhere near my engine until they reformulate and address their additive package shearing issues rather than simply go cheap on their dino oil lines especially and rely on their name Just a couple of years ago their MaxLife formulation was a good product especially for a dino blend oil Their synthetic looks good on paper but tends to lose its calcium relatively quickly and shears down a good bit faster than most other major brand oils Member analyses to look at knapp9 lower copper and silicon in the Mobil 1 and higher viscosity VaV6 calcium depletion RussMaxManiac Altima and Town and Country vehicles High wear and silcon for 3 000 mile intervals low viscosity high insolubles IceY2K1 s Sentra Another good comparison with Mobil 1 MUCH lower calcium higher copper even though the analysis was with the better old formulation of MaxLife SR20DEN and Matt93SE used the old MaxLife formulation have some interesting results as well and I believe the Valvoline helped attribute to a higher wear SR20DEN s lead doesn t count due to additives as I stated Based on other s results I believe other oils would not have had as high a wear rate When you ve yet to see consistently acceptable reports you have to wonder if the problem is with the oil 08 02 2003 09 23 AM 14 2002 Maxima SE Senior Member 2002 Maxima SE Join Date Sep 2001 Location Durham NC iTrader 3 Posts 2 064 Bill Good reply I have been using Synpower in my Max with 5k oil and filter change I have yet to send in a sample but will definatley do so on the next oil change Could you point me toward the website with in depth analysis on Synpower Thanks 08 09 2003 05 16 PM 15 stephenlc Supporting Maxima org Member Join Date Oct 2002 iTrader 1 Posts 3 243 I have 76 000 miles on my Max and I was wondering if I coudl switch to synthetic or what would be my best bet I want better oil in my car because it is getting old and I want it too last 08 09 2003 06 30 PM 16 2002 Maxima SE Senior Member 2002 Maxima SE Join Date Sep 2001 Location Durham NC iTrader 3 Posts 2 064 As long as you have no leaks or oil consumption go for it because both of those get worse if you do If you do change I would make sure to do another change in 1000 miles synthetic will clean all the sludge out of your engine into the filter Changing oil and filter insures you don t have either floating around 08 10 2003 11 05 PM 17 zemp68 Member Join Date Jul 2003 iTrader 0 Posts 79 confused Ok I ve been using mobil 1 supersyn 5w 30 for a while now i have 77K on my 98 SE Is this a good thing Which filter should I use Thanks ZEMP68 08 10 2003 11 06 PM 18 zemp68 Member Join Date Jul 2003 iTrader 0 Posts 79 another thing Another thing I don t have any leaks anywhere and like to drive quick around town how often should I change the oil filter ZEMP68 08 11 2003 04 27 AM 19 2002 Maxima SE Senior Member 2002 Maxima SE Join Date Sep 2001 Location Durham NC iTrader 3 Posts 2 064 1 Nissan or Mobil seem to be the best Read the FAQ on oil filters 2 I do mine every 5k on synthetic but you can go 10k with two filter changes 08 13 2003 06 55 AM 20 ChrisK327 Senior Member Join Date Jun 2003 iTrader 0 Posts 131 I ve never heard of anyone changing their filter without the oil its always been the other way around am I missing something 2002 Gray Lustre SE Leather Bose Moonroof Mereidian Traction Control My Speeding Bullet 08 22 2003 08 39 PM 21 bukii Member Join Date Jul 2002 iTrader 0 Posts 33 76K miles is not alot of miles ESP for a Nissan MAX But if you want to go to a better oil Switch to Mobil 1 synthetic 10w30 First time though use 3quarts syn and two quarts reg Then go to complete syn on next oil change I think the syn is better even though I change my oil every 3K anyway I just think it cleans better D ATTACK LIFE 97 5 SPD DRK GRN MAX SE 08 23 2003 07 06 AM 22 2002 Maxima SE Senior Member 2002 Maxima SE Join Date Sep 2001 Location Durham NC iTrader 3 Posts 2 064 You should at least go to 5k with synthetic You re basically flushing money down the drain literally Nissan recommends 7500 mile changes on Schedule 3 with regular oil 08 25 2003 05 29 PM 23 Ammi 350 Detroit Muscle Join Date Aug 2003 iTrader 26 Posts 8 524 I ve used Fram Tough Guard filter few times I just like the grip Makes changing oil job bit easier 10 07 2003 12 43 PM 24 97 5spd Member Join Date Apr 2003 iTrader 1 Posts 54 My maxima has 110k I looked in the book and it says to use 5w 30 I spoke to the dealer who sold me the car and he advised me that if it s not burning or if i m not hearing any strange sounds to stay with that oil The guy at strauss told me that with my mileage I should be using 10w 40 Can anyone give me any advise as to what I should use I want to put in Mobil 1 full synthetic just not sure what kind Considering The car has no problems and is driven 100 in the city Thanks in 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  • Wheel question - Maxima Forums
    Thread 03 27 2016 01 57 PM 1 UTmaxima82 Junior Member 2001 Maxima GLE Join Date May 2015 Location Clarksville TN iTrader 0 Posts 23 Wheel question Ok so call me a noob I ll take the heat lol I checked the search tab and couldn t find anything I have a 2001 Maxima GLE and found some 6th gen 18 SE wheels with tires for 250 Pretty good deal However here is my problem I think The tires these rims came on are 245 45r18 which is the correct size for the 6th gens When driving home last night after I put them on I heard a whopping noise and something that sounded like it was rubbing against the back of the wheel maybe Haven t really looked into real thorough yet but I m think maybe the tires are too big for the 5th gen and need to go to a smaller size like a 235 50 Again if this is a common question call me a noob thats fine lol Thanks In the garage 2015 Nissan Rogue Select 2001 Nissan Maxima 152K Wholesale Nissan Parts www mathewsnissanparts com 03 28 2016 10 44 AM 2 Dave H Senior Member 95 SE Join Date Jul 2004 Location Ellensburg Wa iTrader 5 Posts 1 755 http www discounttire com dtcs infoTireMath do Plug in the numbers and see the difference in tire size 95 Maxima SE 5 Speed www cardomain com id Daves96Max 03 28 2016 03 18 PM 3 UTmaxima82 Junior Member 2001 Maxima GLE Join Date May 2015 Location Clarksville TN iTrader 0 Posts 23 I ll check that out thanks for the info In the garage 2015 Nissan Rogue Select 2001 Nissan Maxima 152K Wholesale Nissan Parts www mathewsnissanparts com 03 28 2016 04 39 PM 4 MaximaDrvr Senior Member 09 Maxima Join Date Nov 2012 Location Charlotte NC iTrader 1 Posts 1 126 You need to compare them to the tire size that came on your car I m guessing they are quite a bit too large Mods T Rex billet grill 370Z Akebono 14 brakes Racingline Y pipe Racingline rear sway bar custom magnaflow exhaust Stillen LW Underdrive crank pulley R2C Hex short ram intake BC coilovers w Swift springs Stillen rear diffuser Stillen Front splitter JL Audio 13w6 in custom fiberglass false floor box debadged 35 tint wide wheels 03 29 2016 06 52 AM 5 NmexMAX dot dot dot Join Date Dec 2000 Location Santa Fe NM iTrader 22 Posts 34 513 Thus helps too http www tire size calculator info 03 SE 4AT 257whp 245wtq 95 SE 4AT 245k Miles 08 Pathy LE 5 6 FS HID Fog bulbs kit D2R bulbs 4 intake tubing 4 MAF A34 Calipers FS Progress Illumina 03 29 2016 02 11 PM 6 UTmaxima82 Junior Member 2001 Maxima GLE Join Date May 2015 Location Clarksville TN iTrader 0 Posts 23 Quote Originally Posted by MaximaDrvr You need to compare them to the tire size that

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  • Another bose issue. Please inform! - Maxima Forums
    C area West Coast Canada International Miscellaneous Members Rides Gallery Members Tools Advanced Search Tire Rim Calculator VIN Decoder Calendar Who s Online Marketplace Vendor Directory Become Vendor Site Store New Posts Register Log In Username Password Remember Me Forgot Password Log In Maxima Forums Maintenance Tech Care Audio and Electronics Another bose issue Please inform Log In User Name Remember Me Password Register Forgot Password Register FAQ Members Social Groups Calendar Search Today s Posts Mark Forums Read Vendor Directory Used Cars Search Audio and Electronics Discuss in car entertainment systems audio and video systems car alarms and other electronics topics Sponsored by Another bose issue Please inform Thread Tools Search this Thread 04 21 2016 08 56 PM 1 austinharrison22 Newbie Just Registered Join Date Apr 2016 iTrader 0 Posts 1 Another bose issue Please inform Hey guys I ve been doing a lot of reading on this system and it is killing me There are soo many different things you can do OK so I installed my aftermarket kenwood radio into my 2004 maxima using the metra 70 7551 harness and schosche CNN 03 wiring interface Ive connected the harness and wiring interface to the car harness which is all connected to the radio but my radio isn t getting any power I do have 2 plugs that aren t plugged in anywhere but i dont know where they would plug into Please let know if you know what i m talking about thank you Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post 2004 Maxima water under the car not in the car richard300 6th Generation Maxima 2004 2008 4 03 15 2016 09 47 AM Aftermarket Cam Crank Sensors Maxima50 5th Generation Maxima 2000 2003 15 03 03 2016 07 49 AM Maxima S does

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  • Custom headlights and rearlights - Maxima Forums
    Me Password Register Forgot Password Register FAQ Members Social Groups Calendar Search Today s Posts Mark Forums Read Vendor Directory Used Cars Search Advance Paint and Body Work Discuss painting and body work techniques Frame and body panel repairs PDR proper use of chemical and safety equipment Custom headlights and rearlights Thread Tools Search this Thread 03 15 2016 02 07 PM 1 gpgoodpeeps Junior Member 1999 maxima se 3 0 Join Date Mar 2016 Location Medford Oregon iTrader 0 Posts 21 Custom headlights and rearlights I found a place where I can get custom tail lights for my 1999 maxima Se Amazon com Spyder Auto Nissan Maxima Chrome Altezza Tail Light Automotive Amazon com Spyder Auto Nissan Maxima Chrome Altezza Tail Light Automotive But I want to find some halo lights for the front of my 1999 maxima but have had no luck any one recommend some where to find them or have a link 03 15 2016 04 27 PM 2 ChrisMan287 Got Retrofit Join Date Jul 2008 Location NY iTrader 34 Posts 14 347 I can build you some Send me a PM when you re ready Need custom projector headlights Click here Quote Originally Posted by The Wizard Why don t my back windows roll all the way down 03 17 2016 08 14 AM 3 Itz Shak Senior Member 2002 SE Join Date Jul 2013 Location Prince Georges MD iTrader 0 Posts 412 Please whatever you do don t buy those taillights in that link stock looks a million times better 2001 SE Sold 2002 SE 03 24 2016 12 35 PM 4 Prophecy99 Senior Member 2002 GLE Join Date Mar 2007 Location SE PA iTrader 1 Posts 3 306 Quote Originally Posted by Itz Shak Please whatever you do don t buy those taillights

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  • Canadian Classifieds - Maxima Forums
    Lubricants Tires and Wheels Audio and Electronics Advance Paint and Body Work Regional Maxima Groups Midwest Texas Upper Midwest Northeastern U S Northwest U S Southeast U S Washington D C area West Coast Canada International Miscellaneous Members Rides Gallery Members Tools Advanced Search Tire Rim Calculator VIN Decoder Calendar Who s Online Marketplace Vendor Directory Become Vendor Site Store New Posts Register Log In Username Password Remember Me Forgot Password Log In Maxima Forums Regional Maxima Groups Canada Canadian Classifieds Log In User Name Remember Me Password Register Forgot Password Register FAQ Members Social Groups Calendar Search Today s Posts Mark Forums Read Vendor Directory Used Cars Search Threads in Forum Canadian Classifieds Forum Tools Rating Thread Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views There are no posts in this forum Display Options Showing threads 0 to 0 of 0 Sorted By Thread Title Last Post Time Thread Start Time Number of Replies Number of Views Thread Starter Thread Rating Sort Order Ascending Descending From The Last Day Last 2 Days Last Week Last 10 Days Last 2 Weeks Last Month Last 45 Days Last 2 Months Last 75 Days Last 100 Days Last Year Beginning Forum Tools Search this

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  • 1978 datsun 810 wagon - Maxima Forums
    a good clean up and detail outside and inside Other than that its a complete car and it does not have too much rust forgot to take pictures of the swap but here are some pictures from after the engine was in and the first start up Its alive and that L6 purrs like a kitten well alomst some fine tuning and adjustments to the timing has to be done but all in all its good Temp gauge is not working but it probably a loose connection somewhere Next up is a good interior clean and polish I will keep updatig the thread as i progress Thanks for looking Last edited by boundish 03 13 2016 at 06 08 AM 04 28 2016 09 38 AM 2 DFry97 Newbie Just Registered 01 Maxima Join Date Nov 2014 Location Greater Toronto Area iTrader 0 Posts 9 WOW that is a sweet ride Gotta love old station wagons Canadian Eh 04 28 2016 10 02 AM 3 boundish Newbie Just Registered Join Date Mar 2016 iTrader 0 Posts 4 Quote Originally Posted by DFry97 WOW that is a sweet ride Gotta love old station wagons Thanks its sweet to work on too Have done more since the last update Polished it My initial plan was to document the process step by step but it got to carried away and disnt take enough pictures So the pictures are a little bit random So first after having thorugly cleaned the outside and started testing on the hood to see how hard the paint was and thus how coarse the rubbing compund needed to be and if it would leave a nice hologram free finsih with super fine The paint was good to work with and pretty hard so didnt have any troble with holograms And i love the color it really pops out the pictures dont to it justice hood polished what looks like swirls is actually the roof reflected in the paint fender untouched Continued with the left fender as you can see it shows its age and the paint on the rest of the car was in mostly the same condition There were quite few deep scraches that didnt go away but i reduced them to a point were you have to look for them to find them I was a little worried about the thickness of the paint so thats why i didnt push on harder Side by side after a few passes with rubbing compound Left fender finished This is the point where the picures get a little less connected and farther apart process wise unfortunatly Condtition of left rear door Condition of the left rear quarter Left rear quarter finished Some scratches still visible next to the badge buffed these by hand after this pic Left side finished Right front door Side by side Right front doorhandle detail after finishing step Condidion of the right rear door And that it for the pictures during the polishing process forgot quite

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  • Maxima Forums - Show Groups
    Directory Used Cars Search Moderators User Name Location Forums Compusmurf Tampa FL 7th Generation Maxima 2009 2015 Cutler Virginia Advanced Performance Classifieds deezo FV NC 4th Generation Maxima 1995 1999 Classifieds Greeny Tunasea 3rd Generation Maxima 1989 1994 Southeast U S JAY25 Lawrenceville Georgia Supercharged Turbocharged jsmithsole So Cal 6th Generation Maxima 2004 2008 Kevlo911 Lake Orion MI 4th Generation Maxima 1995 1999 Matt93SE Houston 3rd Generation Maxima 1989 1994 Advanced Performance Maxus max95q 1st 2nd Generation Maxima 1981 1984 and 1985 1988 MrGone 127 0 0 1 3rd Generation Maxima 1989 1994 nismology Miami FL All Motor NismoMax80 6th Generation Maxima 2004 2008 Northeastern U S NmexMAX Santa Fe NM 5th Generation Maxima 2000 2003 Pearl96Max Central Jersey Audio and Electronics Classifieds Northeastern U S Tires and Wheels phenryiv1 Martinsburg WV 4th Generation Maxima 1995 1999 Classifieds Infiniti I30 I35 Puppetmaster Fairfax VA 5th Generation Maxima 2000 2003 8th Generation Maxima 2016 Washington D C area Stephen Max Advanced Performance The Wizard Southern California 4th Generation Maxima 1995 1999 8th Generation Maxima 2016 Advanced Performance Classifieds General Maxima Discussion Turbo95Max San Bruno Petaluma SF Bay area Supercharged Turbocharged West Coast Administrators User Name Location bluemaxx DanNY IB ATEST Internet Jeff92se MentionBot Nealoc187 West burbs Chicago Sponsors User Name Location ImportCarPartsP Vendor Premium Primary User Name Location carid Cranbury New Jersey United States OptimaJim Vendor Starter Primary User Name Location Aaron92SE Walstonburg NC JM AUTO RACING operatic talkinghorse San Antonio TX Team STILLEN umnitza Vendor Starter Secondary User Name Location UmnitzaSupport Forum Jump User Control Panel Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Maxima org Feedback Suggestions New Member Introductions Maxima Discussions General Maxima Discussion Maxus Maxus Archives 8th Generation Maxima 2016 7th Generation Maxima 2009 2015 6th Generation Maxima 2004 2008 5th Generation Maxima 2000 2003

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