i need the diagram for 1991 Nissan stanza xe camshaft
5W30 5W40 10W30 are all recommended for Nissan Stanza
My '91 Stanza has automatic shoulder restraint but I have to buckle the lap belt.
It is on the pass side of the rear of the engine.
Right under the air filter
Is is on most unacessable side of the trans. Right by the driver side tire. It is just behind the drivers side front tire.
1342, counter clockwise
look on eBay for Nissan stanza scroll down looking for a performance chip seen a couple about a week ago..
you cannot just change the boot you will have to replace the whole axle
None, you have to fabricate a custom one.
I have a 91 Stanza XE front wheel drive. The dipstick for the tranny is located up front (towards the radiator) on the right (drivers)side down a bit. Mine has a black rubber/plastic pull knob, so it wasn't all that noticeable until I started looking for it in earnest.
It is right down to the left of the steering wheel. you have to pull it off and then there are the fuses.
First remove the tailights then the trim piece on the rear body pannel(where the stanza emblem is) then you will see the bolts for the bumper hope this helps.
Rear Deck Speakers Are 6x9" and the front door panel speakers are 5 1/4"
The 1991 Honda civic uses 6.5" speakers for both front and rear.
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fuel return line.
I have an 89 and my friend has a 91. They checked and the parts are not interchangeable between the two. You can always call an auto parts store and ask this question, they should be able to tell you if they know their stuff!
Inside the distributer. Remove cap and rotor. Remove plate and there it is- small plastic piece.
A car made in the early 1990's would be lucky to sell for a thousand dollars.
Well in the 1991 version of the Nissan Stanza they put in a special sensor that detects whether the driver is prone to asking very vague questions, and disables the engine. It could be all sorts of things. Timing, fuel supply, air supply, electrical supply. What are the symptoms?