For a manual transmission it unscrews counter-clockwise.
Yes it will
yes in japan and tokyo
There is no dipstick on the manual gearbox, just a plug on the side of the box. You remove the plug and fill until oil spills out of the plug hole.
A Nissan 300ZX? No
try wiggling the steering wheel it has a lock on it
try ebay, search 1985 300zx for the Nissan Service Manual, I have the 1986 manual , it contains the wiring diagram
On the underside, passenger side, of the transmission.
it is located on the transmission itself
You will have to remove the engine.
First, what year and car are you asking about? 1987 Nissan 300zx
No The manual also states that I should remove the spark plugs is that necessary?
Passenger side. bolted directly to the transmission bell housing
http://www.300zx-twinturbo.com/cgi-bin/manual.cgi look through the service manual.
No, you will die.
Yes, it would be a lot of work, though.
bottom of engine, passenger side. where the engine meets the transmission.
There were 3,000 Nissan 300zx convertibles made
VG30DETT is in the 90-95 Nissan 300zx. It is a v6
With filter: 3-5/8 quarts Without filter: 3-1/8 quarts Source: Nissan 300zx Service Manual
Honestly just buy a chiltons repair manual. It has everything you need to know about the car. It covers 1970-1988 Nissan z's or zx's
If you have a manual transmission the stop button on the clutch switch may have broken apart, replace the stop button to fix the cruise control. You can get one at any Nissan Dealership.
On the passenger side of the transmission. There should be a heat shield covering it.
There are two plugs on the 300zx manual transmission. on on the passenger side and one on the bottom of the transmission. You can unscrew them with a 1/2 drive ratched. fill through the plug on the side, drain from the plug on the bottom