no different door the 93 will fit small on the 95
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Would that be DATSUN? They are now Nissan.
Yes, some '92 240sx' came with the ka24de motor.
The last actuall year datsun stoped putting its name on their cars would be in 1983. From 1984 the put Nissan really big then datsun
The most likely case would be that air somehow got into the line. try bleeding the clutch fluid, while making sure that the level in the reservoir does not get low.
i would like to know as well
no it will not. To fit 97-98 headlights onto a 95-96 240sx you will need these 97-98 240sx parts: headlights hood front fenders front bumper front grill maybe the front bumper support
I would suspect that the clutch slave cylinder is bad. Follow the line down from where you added fluid to find the slave cylinder. After replacing the slave unit you will need to bleed the system then it will work fine again. Mark
yes but you would have to change the clutch
I would say so - if the car runs well enough, $500 isn't a lot to fix a clutch either.
Do you mean Daihatsu or Datsun? Daihatsu is made by Daihatsu. They have six factories. In fact, some Toyotas have actually been manufactured by Daihatsu. In 1999, Toyota gained a controlling, 51% interest in Daihatsu. Datsun is a brand used by Nissan. Between 1983 and 1986, Nissan transitioned vehicles using the Datsun brand over to using the Nissan brand. In 2001, however, the Datsun brand was used to market one particular pick-up truck, the D22, which was called the Nissan Frontier in North America. In 2012, Nissan announced that they would use the Datsun brand again starting in 2014 to sell a new low-cost product line.
The clutch Throw Out Bearing is going bad.
Nissan was called Datsun so the first car Nissan sold would be called Datsuns, in USA about 1966,in japan right after ww11.
Lining worn to to improper use? Rear engine seal leaking on clutch? Improper adjustment?
Clutch release bearing, if installed in this particular Nissan transmission (I don't know the specifics of this particular transmission), probably needs to be replaced. Clutch release bearing, if installed in this particular Nissan transmission (I don't know the specifics of this particular transmission), probably needs to be replaced.
i don't know exactly what a datsun 1600 is but it wouldn't work because you would have to flip it over and that would make the oil slingers not work
The most probable cause is that the clutch is either not releasing; master/slave cylinder not working, or the clutch itself is damaged.
Yes it will. You would have to do a complete engine swap. The Silvia engine is the SR20DET. They don't cost that much.
sounds like that would be your clutch wearing out
The Datsun 280z never had a 3200 engine. I don't think Nissan ever has had a 3200 engine. Maybe in one of the newer maxima's or something. The closet thing would be a 3000 engine from a 300zx but it did not come stock that way. Someone would have motor swap it. It came with a 2800 motor
A '79 datsun pick up would have came with a 2.0L L20B engine.
If the system has a full charge then the thermister is most likely the cause for it not working.
why would we want to know
Sounds to me like the clutch is shot, assuming it is a standard shift.