Are you good with electrical systems on cars?
Are you a good mechanic?
If you answered yes to the questions then you are on your way!
I came across your question trying to find out fuel pump pressure specs on my 720 (im one of the sick ones who loves 720s).
I myself have swapped an electro-injection z24 system into a carbed 720.
You want a complete donor truck, (pre 1986.5, unfortunately this leaves you with less than a years worth of fuel injected 720s to work with but they are the best and easiest donor trucks for the job)
You will need to swap out the dash cluster, fuel pump system, and all the electronics and all engine related parts including intake and exhaust manifold. The wiring may seem overwhelming, but be patient unraveling the harness and you will find that the fuel injection system is in its own wiring harness, all but the ign, acc, and start wires. this swap is one of the easiest there is as long as you stick with the pre 1986.5 years, if you go newer you will have to fight with biziarre smog system parts in the left front engine compartment and it gets really cramped and messy, also in the later years the nissans run internal fuel pumps that will require you to tear apart the entire truck (remove bed gastank, cuttting,fitting, and running the stock sender along with the new sender and pump (internal pump systems sending unit wont work in a 720 tank).
Also if you are converting your carb engine to fuel injection rather than just swaping to a fuel injected motor, dont forget to take the distributor drive system out of the donor engine, it is different, you can do this by dropping out the oil pump and removing the gear shaft, but i recomend also grabing the crank drive gear for it too since it has the same wear pattern, but it is alot of work to get it!
Just be patient, swap the engine parts, then the pump, take a break and go to the wiring.
On a2006 Ford Truck F 150 4WD Pickup V8-5.4L VIN 5Wheel nutsTighten to 204 Nm (150 ft. lbs.) .
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yes but you will have to chang the rear axle shafts and front hubs or axles if it is 4by4 yes but you will have to chang the rear axle shafts and front hubs or axles if it is 4by4
The oil filter is a screw on type. It is mounted on the side of the engine close to the front.
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per every cylinder is one spark plug......you have 8.
What year? if it's a 99-2010 4by4 you can't service the front hubs you need to replace the entire unit as a whole. Sorry.
Like anything that old, it just depends on what condition. Running, not running, you know. Value is from $1.00 on up.
13 city / 18 highway ( according to fuel economy . gov )
will it hurt automatic transmission in 2003 4by4 kia sportage being towed behind rv
The average cost is about $700 for the labor only.
Slide in under the truck behind the drivers door and look up inside of the frame and you will see it.
As two measurements are given, and the shape is a cube, the third measurement must be 4 also. Therefore: 4 x 4 x 4 = 64
on a 4by4 the inside wheel turns at a different rate of the outer wheel you will feel this alot more on pavement versus snow or gravel
Automatic transmission, on the left side (drivers side) of the transmission. Standard transmission, on the clutch peddle assembly.
The truck bed dimension of a Dodge Dakota Quad Cab SLT 4 by 4 is 5 feet by 4 inches.
FRONT remove the wheel, caliper, 6 hub nuts, hub, axle snap ring, 2 small screws and lock plate. remove the wheel bearing nut and take the rotor off the spindle. take the 6 bolts out of the rotot and split it from the hub. knock out the stud and replace. 1 hour. REAR take off the drum, tap out the stud and replace. 10 minutes.
You will need a special puller to remove and replace the PS pulley. If you attempt to do this without the special tool you will damage the new pump and/or the old pulley. The rest is straight forward.
Depending on your rim size and height of your vehicle you have a wide variety of options that you can choose from. You may also want to see what kind of terrain tires you are looking for.Have fun out there.