you must remove the timing chain and head. This will then give you access to the head gasket
There is no bottom head gasket. There is just a head gasket. One gasket for each head. The intake and exhaust manifold must be removed. Then the head is removed. This is a major repair, requiring skill, knowledge, and the proper tools. Take it to a professional.
No I cant
Driver window is out of alignment on a 95 Nissan 240sx? what do i do
No, you should never have to trim a head gasket. If the holes do not match up, you have the wrong gasket.No, you should never have to trim a head gasket. If the holes do not match up, you have the wrong gasket.
Sure it will, they are the same motor.
you have a blown head gasket
no different door the 93 will fit small on the 95
The head gasket is sandwiched between the head and the engine block. Just go purchase one and you will know what is looks like.
it will fit but you need to modify the mounts.
Yes but the 95 bell housing will need to be reused to the crank angle sensor can be retained
if its the 3.1, 3.3, or 3.8 engine labor hours average 4.5 hours
95% of the time yes, but not always.
$800.00 parts and labor
Under the cylinder head. Under the cylinder head. Unless you're talking about another gasket, but then you'd use the same logic.
Yes. The ka24de motor is used from 95 through 98.not just used from 95 to 98 because i have a 1990 240sx with a ka24de in it
a 95 240sx engine is a 2.4 litre KA24DE inline four cylinder. it's a 16 valve DOHC.
If you have it done it will be at least $1,000.
sounds like you have a blown head gasket
head gasket - means major over haul
Probably a blown head gasket/warped head, cracked head or cracked block.
Scrap it and take it to a salvage yard.
Yes. Despite the small differences in engines they are interchangeable. Just make sure you use the 95 engine harness.