Auto or manual? Auto, don't know. Manual, you can buy a good JDM
one for about $500.
Yes my car is a 1990 300zx with a 2008 350z motor and 6speed transmission
It could be a bad clutch.
The FSM calls for a 'Dexron' type transmission fluid.
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
It's actually in the center.
next to the transmission
On the underside, passenger side, of the transmission.
it is located on the side of the transmission
it is located on the transmission itself
Yes, it would be a lot of work, though.
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For a manual transmission it unscrews counter-clockwise.
check transmission fluid then go to transmission mechanic. problem may be in computer and be a simple fix
Passenger side. bolted directly to the transmission bell housing
The cost of the repair of a transmission depends on the what is wrong with it. It could range from about $100 to several thousand if it needs to be replaced.
Automatic Transmission fluid
bottom of engine, passenger side. where the engine meets the transmission.
You have to know whats wrong with the transmission before you can fix it.
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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.
try checking the gasket around the intake that should fix it
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Replace the hood shocks.
On the passenger side of the transmission. There should be a heat shield covering it.
First, what year and car are you asking about? 1987 Nissan 300zx
I had my transmission rebuilt on my 2004 Mountaineer. I believe it cost around $1800
Buy a new one! save a transmission. best fix...
A person should know the layout of their car. The transmission fluid dipstick is located on the passenger side of the car, and behind the engine.
For a manual transmission there is a fill port on the side. The plug has a hole that will fit a 1/2 inch driver from a ratchet or breaker bar.
Until you say what is wrong, I recommend using a sledge hammer.
That's not telling us much ! - It depends WHERE exactly it leaks from .
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install transmission shifter assembly
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take it to a transmission shop
The transmission will have to be disassembled.
Depends on the transmission and year. 5 or 6 cylinder? What is the problem with the transmission?
If the odometer isn't working as well, it means the cable snapped. It runs from the passenger side of the transmission to either the speed sensor or behind the dash. Havent changed one in a few years, theyre not that expensive on eBay.
Keeping in mind that the same oil services both engine and transmission, honestly, I don't believe that the Lucas fix will fix your problem.
This depends on a lot of things. What kind of car it is, what kind of transmission, what seal or gasket is bad, give us something to work with here.
No its not worth it unless ur going to do a tt motor swap. check out www.z1motorsports.com
When a auto trans is cold the clutch bands hold better but after they get hot they slip. Find a transmission shop asap.
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Tighten up the screws on he blade...
check vacuum lines top passenger side rear of engine
Buy a starter for a L98 Chevy V8.
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The stock 300zx turbo came with 200 horsepower from the factory. The non turbo only had 180. -Haynes
If it is a transmission problem, the best thing you can do is have the transmission rebuilt. That will fix the problem and prevent any further damage to the transmission.
To fix a standard transmission leak on a 1993 Ford F250, simply take it to a mechanic.