In general, engine "shaking" is caused by a misfire in one or more cylinders. That can be caused when a multiport injector is plugged or faulty, a plug wire or sparkplug is faulty or one or more cylinders have low compression. Try to isolate the cylinder that's not firing. Plastic pliers are available for pulling plug wires. Pull one plug wire at a time and see which one DOESN'T make a difference. When you pull the plug wire from a cylinder that's running, that cylinder will stop firing and the engine will run worse. If you come across a cylinder that was already misfiring, the engine won't run any worse by disconnecting the plug. Once you've isolated the cylinder, check the plug. If it's fouled or wet, it's possibly an ignition problem, check the wire(s) and possibly replace the plugs. On the other hand, while you have the plug out, check the compression on that cylinder, it should be above 100 PSI, or at least very near to it. If the plugs are good, and the compression is up, start being suspicious of the injector.
Does a sohc ka24de radiator fit onto a standard ka24de
The 240sx KA24DE has 155 crank horse power rated by the factory
a 95 240sx engine is a 2.4 litre KA24DE inline four cylinder. it's a 16 valve DOHC.
If the smoke is white, then there is coolant getting into the cylinder. Blue smoke is from burning oil, and black smoke is from an improper fuel air mix (stopped up air filter or choke stuck stuck.)
The ka24de engine weighs a total of 371.00 lbs with fluids
Yes, some '92 240sx' came with the ka24de motor.
of course you can. you can swap almost anything in the S-chassis. KA24E, KA24DE, SR20DET, RB20DET, RB25DET, RB26DET, LS1, 2JZ, 1JZ, the possibilities are endless. -ralphy BEATDOWN
http://zilvia.net/f/engine-tech/272426-ka24de-timing.html great source for everything 240sx sixfootjesus
In the distributor.
Craigslist, search for "ka24de"
if it has the ka24de motor in it my 93 240 has the ka24de and it has over 300,000 miles on it and it has no problems at all, so it can have alot on it if it is kept in good shape
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
Stock and straight from the factory, about 155hp.
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It depends on if it is the KA24e or the KA24DE. I know that the KA24DE has 155hp stock. However the KA24e has less. I think about 140. The difference between the two is the DE has 2 cams and the e only has 1.
140hp the ka24de has 155hp stock
No modifications to the emissions of the car are legal, especially in California.
~4.5 quarts in mine
I wouldn't know eactly, but here something may be it'd be helpful. 1. Find out if KA24DE and KA24E have the same engine block. if it is, then it should fit. 2. KA24DE and KA24E Trans Auto/5-Speed Fits Perfect. 3. You can easily find out just by looking at the oilpan gasket. Check out oil pan gasket for a KA24DE and KA24E and see if they match size and shape. Bolt size are usually/most likely to be same, since it IS KA series engine.. Hope that helps... goodluck.
2.4 liter Duel over head cam (DOHC) ka24de
If you're talking about the KA24DE engine block, then it will fit with no problems since your 92 already came with a KA24DE in it. It should work fine. It's the same engine in both years.
I don't think so. I think they got rid of that system after the ka24de.