You must remove the center console (shifter, parking brake). There's a gold box next to the parking brake assembly - this is the control for the auto seatbelt system. Here's the question though - ARE BOTH SEATBELTS INOPERABLE? If so, you most likely need a new control box (don't be lazy - go to a pick-n-pull yard). If not, you wil most likely need a new track and motor (these are both located in the side panel near the window trim. Peace and good luck!
The clock on a 240sx will not work if it is receiving no power or it is defective. Replacing the fuse and testing the wiring is the first step in troubleshooting.
It should be on the right hand side towards the front
if your car is automatic there should be no speed limiter, but if it is 5 speed manual, put an ECU out of an automatic 1996 240sx and the problem will be solved. im almost positive the ecu is OBD1 in the 1996, but make sure youre putting in the same OBD ecu.
No because the driveshaft and transmission are diffent sizes.
there is no fill plug u fill transmission thru the transmission dipstick tube
Yes, all auto transmissions from 89 to 98 are the same for the 240sx and are interchangeable.
As far as I know, it should have a gasket. Make sure to use gasket sealer as well when replacing it.
Is a 1995 Nissian 240SX Engine compatible to 1992 Nissian 240SX?
Nissan J-Matic Dexron 3 is also specified
Yes the 240sx Is back wheel drive, but its called RWD or rear wheel drive. Meaning the rear tires move the veheical
The manual for my '95 240SX SE states: "The recommended fluid is type DEXRON II or equivalent." I have had trouble finding this type of power steering fluid. I *think* that is because it's actually an automatic transmission fluid.
ive never tried to stop mine but you can try replacing it cuz it sounds like the clutch in it has went out
I have researched this because I am considering making the conversion from automatic to manual transmission on my own 1995 240sx. It involves buying a manual transmission used from a junk yard or a rebuilt one, the clutch parts, a manual shifter, and the pedal with associated parts. there are actually lots of good resources to show you the specifics on how to do the work. Check out http://driftabout.com for links.
Yes, late model bumpers will fit on 89-90 240sx
Sure it will, they are the same motor.
The Nissan 240SX was brought to America in 1989.
15x6" +40mm for all 240sx 15" wheels.
No, the only models that came with a trans oil cooler built into the radiator where the automatic ones.
your temp guage will sky rocket if its bad, you may even have coolant a coolant leak (comming out of the the housing of the thermostat). replacing it is easy and cheap.
Yes they will, no modification needed.
it will fit but you need to modify the mounts.
I'm not sure about yours but we used to set them, bottom one straight up and top one straight down.
Well if you look at the 240sx you will see that although the engine size is the same KA24E the engine on the 240sx is SIDEWAYS.