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.
The KA24e in the stanza does not use an air pump (SMOG pump in CA). Rather, it uses vacuum valves and a hose that runs from under the air box to the exhaust collector.
On the 1989-1990 240sx with the KA24E single overhead cam engine the E.C.C.S. is located on the top left side of the engine behind the throttle body and on top of the intake manifold.
Nissan 240sx HorsepowerIt depends on what year and what engine the Nissan has, usually 1989-1990 have the ka24e which is 140 hp. While the 91-98 have the ka24de engine which has 155 hp.
I own a 97 pickup with a ka24e and the vacuum diagram is right on the hood. But a local Nissan dealership should be able to print a copy of one from their service manual for you.
If it's a KA24E engine it's 1,3,4,2.
you have to take the throttle body support bracket loose. it is under the bottom mounted to the engine. you cannot remove it otherwise. I know as i did the same.
somewhere along the valve cover should be an outlet which feeds back into your intake system. Typically the pcv is located at the valve cover towards the rear (firewall or 4th piston) and is plugged right into the valve cover itself. It usually costs less than $10 and takes less than 5 minutes to replace.
130 with ka24e
Look at pictures, or know that 89-90 have a sohc ka24e and 91-98 have a dohc ka24de
ABSOLUTLEY!!!! it is the same engine , havent you actually looked and compared? in fact this same engine (KA24E) is in early 240s. good luck with your swap!
1990 is ka24e, single overhead cam, 1991 is ka24de, dual overhead cam.
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.
No. The valve uses an hydraulic lifter that is built in the rocker arm assembly. The whole rocker arm has to be replaced.
140hp the ka24de has 155hp stock
>>"What type of valves does a 1989 Nissan 240SX have?" what exactly are you asking? the factory motor for the 240sx's, years '89-'90, is the KA24E, single cam, 2.4 liters, 12 valve. It has two intake valves, and one output valve.
1990-1997 all had the KA24e. 96-97 were OBD2 though (easy to change however). The 90-95 were all identical in every way engine wise. Nissan didn't try to fix something not broken....
Depends on what motor/transmission. A KA24e with a 5 speed was rated for 3500 lbs
ka24e engine is 33 psi vg30e engine is 34 psi
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.
The starter is located on the left side of the engine under the lower intake plemum. It's a long cylindrical thingy. you can trace the positive battery cable to it. It will plug into what looks like a plug for a distributor cap. The starter is located on the left side of the engine under the lower intake plemum. It's a long cylindrical thingy. you can trace the positive battery cable to it. It will plug into what looks like a plug for a distributor cap.
Yes, the water pumps are the same for Nissan Pickups with the KA24E (4 cyl) engine in the year range 1990 to 1997 (OE # 21010-40F27). The 1998-9/2004 Nissan Frontier with KA24DE also uses the same water pump. (OE # 21010-86G00 supercedes to 21010-40F27).
Depends. Which year is it? If its 89-90 its 140hp/152tq, if its 91 to 98 its 155hp/160tq.89-90 uses the single overhead cam ka24e engine while the 91-98 uses the dual overhead cam ka24de engine.