Spectra Premium Industries Inc. is a privately held company headquartered in Boucherville, Quebec, Canada. Spectra Premium™ is a team of more than 1,300 dedicated employees that specializes in automotive parts design, manufacturing and distribution for cooling systems, fuel delivery, ignition and engine management, climate control and undercar.

The Company owns and operates four manufacturing plants and 18 warehouses. With its distribution networks in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe, and its unparalleled customer and after sales service, Spectra Premium™ is the automobile manufacturers’, auto technicians’ and handymen’s choice for reliable, quality parts and automotive systems.

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Nissan Electronic Throttle Body Idle and Volume Relearn Procedure

Congratulations on installing your brand-new spectra premium electronic throttle body. In this video, we’ll be going through the required relearn instructions for your vehicle. But before we do that, there’s a few things we need to look at.

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Cooling System: Filling the System with New Coolant

General overview of how to refill the cooling system with new coolant following radiator replacement. Brought to you by Spectra Premium™   Sign up to receive our newsletter with valuable new tech articles and videos every month. Transcript: In this video we will show you the procedure on how to refill the cooling system. Carefully…

Cooling System: New Radiator Installation

The following video will show you the proper radiator installation procedures. Install the radiator making sure that it is positioned properly in the supports or alignment holes. Some radiators are bolted to the radiator support.

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Cooling System: Common Causes of Failure

In this short video we will inspect old radiators and determine the cause of failure. Three main causes are related to radiator failure. Corrosion, physical damage, and electrolysis.

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Cooling System: Radiator Removal

In this next video we will concentrate on radiator removal, but first here’s a safety procedure that cannot be overlooked. To avoid personal injuries or burns, never remove the radiator or overflow cap while the engine is still hot.

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