There is a long stick behind the seat that has a key on the end of it. Take it out and stick it into the like shaped hole by the rear license plate. Once inserted into the tube crank it(not sure if it's clockwise or counter) until the tire drops down. If you don't have the long stick fashion one out of a nail and a pair of vicegrips and climb under the rear of the truck and do the same thing with your homemade key.
Remove the air filter assy and MAF sensor going to the throttle body and you will see.
First remove the tailights then the trim piece on the rear body pannel(where the stanza emblem is) then you will see the bolts for the bumper hope this helps.
u have 2 horns, high and low tone,they are between front bumber and body,left side and right side,jc Whitney has them,ibought them and put on my 85 Nissan 4x4.
Yes, if you don't mind the look of the damaged body. Nissan has a good truck engine. It won't give you any trouble.
Take all your body mounts out and lift your body a couple of inches and block it and you will be able to get to them with ease.
The starter is located beneath the throttle body. Remove the intake tube, then the starter bolts can be removed and the starter replaced.
There was no 2008 Previa made. Production on the Toyota Previa ended in 1997. On 1997 and older models, the bolt for dropping the spare tire can be found underneath the edge of the carpet in center of inside after opening tail gate. Look for what appears to be slight cut in carpet starting at rear and going forward. The bolt holding the spare tire can be found there. Use appropriate socket wrench or 4 way lug wrench to remove bolt. Do not have feet or other body parts underneath spare tire as when bolt releases spare could hit them.
If you remove the panels from the interior of the trunk you should find the bolts that hold the taillamp assembly to the body of the car. Simply remove the nuts and this releases the lamp assembly.
any 2nd gen cab will fit, years between 1983 and 1986, the 85 and 86 are the exact same body style.
1. Remove the lock cylinder with key. 2. Pinch open the plastic retainer collar that connects the guide tube to the winch, and slide the tube out of the way. 3. Remove the 5/8" mounting bolt that holds the winch to the body. I needed a breaker bar to get mine loose. I found the replacement kit cheapest here: http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/catalog/frameset.cfm Body Hardware/Rear Body/Spare Tire Carrier/spare carrier Should re-mount easily - don't know, I haven't tried re-assembling yet!
how to replace fuel injector throttle body in a 1988 nissan pathfinder 3.
Spare auto body parts can either be sold on by advertising them in a auto magazine depending on the condition or can be scrapped, which will bring you less money but recycling is a good thing.
no its a different body style
It is on a metal plate riveted to the body behind the spare tire. It is stamped into the frame under the rear seat. Remove the seat and it is stamped on top of the tunnel in the middle of the car.
Nissan is a Japanese automotive manufacturer. A Nissan dealer would usually have a service department, and may have an auto body shop as well. I can't give a clear answer to your question as it depends.
Remove bedliner( if applicable). You must remove the taillight framing to get to bulbs. There are two screws located behind the taillight, that must be unscrewed to loosen the taillight frame from the truck body. Remove the two screws via the truckbed side and framing will loosen and bulbs can be replaced.
The idle control valve is located on the throttle body on the intake manifold. To remove it you need to disconnect the wires and unbolt the valve from the throttle body. Then place the new one on and attach the wires and bolts.
You can get a 1987 Nissan Stanza Wagon body kit at auto part stores. You can also check with a certified dealer.
Spare tire compartment is in the trunk. The spare is mounted against the driver side body panel in the trunk. There is no hidden compartment - it should be clearly visible. It partially blocks the window. If you don't see a tire there, then the spare is missing.
Unpack the jack and ratchet kit, open the right rear door of the van and find a small opening between the body and the bumper. The crank fits in here to lower the tire.
there is a black box on the side of the throttle body, remove throttle body (4 bolts) it's inside the black box! it looks like they are rivits! they are not! so do not drill them. they are a special torque bit set up. get that apart and you' be set
Nope, different body styles