Ok all of that that the last guy said was all to scare you away. For reference for future browsers looking to replace the injectors...
This was my first try doing this and I only owned the car for 2 weeks. You can get fuel hoses from your local auto store for 5 bucks for like 3 foot so that's chump change and it's good to to that anyways. Also when you get to replace the vac hoses that's chump change so get it out of your head how much it cost because if you start drilling and doing stupid stuff like the last guy said, you will be spending hours replacing the injectors so here's the simplified way...
Time: 1h - 1h 45m Give or take (EVEN FOR FIRST TIMERS)
1. Remove the Two plastic intake elbows off the throttle bodies
2. remove the black crossover from the top of the intake along with hoses that connect to it.
3. Remove all hoses that connect to the intake period.
4. Remove all bolts connecting the upper intake to the lower
5. Remove the TPS Sensor of the driver side (2 bolts)
6. Remove the throttle cables both pedal and cruise
Double check everything that you've disconnected from the intake and start removing the intake. You should now have access to your lower intectors.
1. Get a deep, large well Philips head screwdriver(If you are using a Walmart brand, go find another) and remove the two screws holding the inectors.
2. From there it is a straight pull setup.
If the bolts are a bit stuck then use a bit of PB
Take your old one's out, replace them with the others and reverse the uninstallation to install your stuff back.
The alternator belt on a 1993 Nissan 300ZX will typically squeal if it has excessive wear or it has become lose. This provides a good opportunity to replace the belt before it complete fails.
put on a turbo
With filter: 3-5/8 quarts Without filter: 3-1/8 quarts Source: Nissan 300zx Service Manual
19.0 gallons for all except convertible and it's 18.2.
the main hose coming off the top of the radiator were it goes int0 the engine.
The same way you take it off! But in a reverse order.
no it cant be done,they are totally different from each other.
I don't mean to be condescending but it would be more economical to buy a convertible first.
There are several things that can cause your 1993 Nissan 300 to idle rough. The most common cause is dirty spark plugs. Bad spark plug wires can also cause the problem.
The most probable cause is that the clutch is either not releasing; master/slave cylinder not working, or the clutch itself is damaged.
To change PVC valve on a 1993 Nissan 300zx, first remove the oil dip stick and remove the tension clip from the PVC valve hose. Then remove the hose and the old PVC valve. Replace with a new PVC valve.
As long as the engine is VG30DE.
Directly above the Alternator. Its on the passenger side. The power steering pump is attached to the top left belt. Not to hard to get to if you need to.
( YES ) according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the 3.0 liter V6 engine in a 1993 Nissan 300 ZX ( IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE )
my 1993 twin turbo 300zx originally retailed for 55k brand new. my 1991 non turbo retailed for 38k
install distributor rodeo 1993
drain the coolent,disconnect the hoses, you unscrew the bolts below the timing cover and pull it out and put a new one on. shouldn't be to much bolts. not very hard.
Where is the clutch fluid on 1993 nissan pickup truck.
I had the same symptoms with my 90 non-turbo "Z". It did end up being a bad fuel injector. While it was being fixed and the had the injectors exposed, I had all of them changed so I wouldn't have to pay the labor if this happened again.
The 4.3L engine has two fuel injectors located in the throttle body.
Nissan Altima was created in 1993.
Nissan Quest was created in 1993.