The cheapest way to lower the front end would be to install Eibach springs. They usually run about $250 for the front/rear set. You can't buy just the front set, but you could just install the front set, although Eibach does not recommend this. For a little more money you could install front drop spindles.
On the 1997 Nissan pickup its just above the oil filter, lower right of engine, access through right front wheelwell after removing wheel, it's a screw in affair.
if you are sitting in the driver seat it will be at your left knee on the lower driver
I have a 1997 Nissan 2wd pickup with an automatic transmission and 4 cylinder. The thermostat is located on the lower radiator hose under the power steering pump.
Check your upper and lower ball joints, that's usually the culprit.
Under hood, center, front engine area, mounted on front lower driver side of engine
Lift the front of the vehicle up and support it with jack stands under the lower a-frames. Remove front wheels. Unbolt front shocks and remove them. Reverse order to install.
Changing brakes is a pretty simple task. Lift the car, remove the tire, brake shoe/caliper and remove the old pad. Put in the new pad, replace the brake shoe/caliper, put the tire back on and lower the car.
On a 94 4X4 you can see it looking under the passenger front wheel well at the lower rear end of the engine.
Lowering blocks or de-arched springs rear, shorter coils & or dropped spindles (front)
On my 95 pickup with 4 cylinder engine, the thermostat is located where the lower radiator hose enters the engine block. Hope this helps.
how do i lower the spare wheel on a ford transit truck
as long as your not lowering it to low and not bagging it you should be able to do it, just put lowering coils in the front and lowering leafs in the back
dont be a douchbag
The control arm has to be replaced . for a 1995 sentra it costs 172$ at the dealer and on the web it available for 100$ each .
A possibility is to place the rear axle on top of the springs and relax the front torsion bars a bit ,all this with an alignment in mind.
Turn the bolt on the torsion bars for the front and the rear buy some lowering blocks or take the middle leaf spring out..
It is mounted directly on the lower rear of the washer fluid reservoir. It should be easily accessible behind the (front) passenger side splash shield, towards the front of the car.
Look where the upper and lower radiator hoses go after they come out of the radiator. There should be a housing on one of the two with 2 or 3 bolts holding it on. Remove the housing and the thermostat should be underneath.
A relatively cheap manual, ($20 US or lower) found at a local auto parts store or online. Chiltons or Haynes are the most commonly found.
The fuel filter is on the left(drivers side) frame rail. If you have dual tanks it is easier to lower the front tank for access.
If equipped w/carb. check front lower end of engine follow the fuel line If fuel injected in the fuel tank
The thermostat on my 95 pathfinder v6 is located in the thermostat housing on the front of the engine. The lower radiator hose connects to the housing. .
I will assume you are talking about a 2.4. It is on the right lower front of engine, driven off a crankshaft gear that also drives the distributor by shaft
The thermostat on a 95 Nissan pickup with the 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine is located in the housing where the *lower* radiator hose connects to the engine. It's right below the power steering pump, and moving the pump out of the way makes access much easier (4 bolts).
It is on the starter which is on the front lower side of the engine.It is on the starter which is on the front lower side of the engine.