What is the cheapest way to make a 1991 Nissan 240sx faster?
instal turbo and intercooler
Yes the ecu will work. First disconnect the battery and connect the new one then reconnect the batter. Start up the 240sx and it should work it not it needs to be diagnoste goggle 1990 240sx ECU CODES FOLLOW THE STEPS AND THAT SHOULD WORK I know cause I'm using a 1992 ECU FROM Nissan Stanza. I was told it's alittle advanced on the horse power side and idle moves quicker.
Where can you find an engine coolant overflow container that is not messed up for a 1991 Nissan 240SX?
You can't. I have seen probably 50+ of them, and every one is dry rotted on the front left. You will have to purchase an aftermarket overflow. Here are some links: http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/performanceparts/Nissan/240SX/Cooling/Coolant_Overflow_Tanks http://www.prostreetonline.com/buy/weapon_r_coolant_overflow_tank/nissan/ Voodoo Street
I believe it is on the top of the passenger side valve cover.I had a 1991 240SX and I believe that is where it is located.If not then check the drivers side valve cover.It would most likely be silver at the bottom and black plastic at the top with a hose going to it. .. Answer I had the same problem. It is very hard to reach. It is under the intake manifold. It only…
In stock form? Not. I've owned 4 s13s and I now own an s14, and I can tell you that 240s aren't really made to go fast in straight lines without a bunch of modifications. Where the 240sx really shines is its handling and reliability. They're very fun cars to have, but for screwing around and racing other kids from light to light, there are better cars.
What would cause the engine on a 1991 Nissan 240SX to turn over but not start when all the usuals are taken care of?
How do you fix the opening mechanism on a 1991 Nissan Pulsar rear door that is jammed shut when the lock is not broken but the mechanism is?
This is the most pain in the wallet job. You moust remove your valve cover, distributer, front valve cover, and other numerous things. If you got the time you might want to do it, but remember, you will need to do alot of adjusting afterwards. A shop told me that I might as well get a new engine when the timing chain needs to be replaced.