What makes a 1985 Nissan 300ZX run rough for the first few minutes until the engine warms but after that it's smooth you replaced the spark plugs and wires the air filter the distributor cap and rotor?
If sit has a carb. perhaps choke is not releasing fast enough - causing it to run too rich until warm up
Why would there be no spark when I have already replaced the coil the crank position sensor and the ignition module on a 1987 Nissan d21 pickup with 3.0 engine?
What is wrong if you replaced a bad distributor on a 1994 Mazda MX6 and then months later the same problem happened again with the check engine light on and it misfires and dies after a few minutes?
Why is your engine oil full and your oil light is on with a clattering sound after running for a few minutes on a 1998 Nissan altima could it be your oil sending unit?
What should you do if the diagnostic for a '97 Nissan has error code 446 the gas cap was replaced and the check engine light came back on?
94 Toyota t100 3.0 6 cylinder- blew heads-rebuilt engine -installed engine-replaced 80 amp fuse -check engine light didn't come on replaced distributor light came on you cranked it and it blew the dis?
Not sure I understand. At this point everything that happened is mute. You now have rebuilt your engine and tried to start it. It didn't work so you checked and the 80 amp. fuse was blown. You went to start again and the check engine light is on but as you cranked the engine the distributor blew? If so explain blew? 80 amp Fuse still OK? Was it the distributor fuse that blew?
What makes the engine miss.new plugs wires carb valves set the only thing i have not replaced is distributor car and rotor?
loosen the distributor, have a timing light, preferably an adjustable one, and it should be 15 degrees +/- 2 before tdc. ***See what engine code you have. If it is a Maxima SE (DOHC)(VE30DE engine code) you will have a timing chain instead of belt and probably no distributor. The GXE (SOHC) has the VG30 engine which has the belt...
buy a new distributor cap and rotor. Unscrew the distributor cap (on the drivers side of the engine block), take note how the existing rotor is sitting, remove it, and place the new rotor in the same position. Put on the distributor cap and screw it into place... very simple job. thats how you change the rotor......he asked about the distributor....try again.
Since a 1990 truck has fuel injection, this will be a difficult and expensive task. Everything one the top of the engine will need to be replaced. If it has a throttle body instead of individual injectors the intake manifold, distributor and wiring will all have to be replaced. You will need to decide on what distributor will be used. My suggestion is to come up with another plan unless you have plenty of time…
The private seller of my son's NISSAN Altima 2002 2.5 recently replaced the car's engine (under three month warranty). He mentioned the engine came from a 2005 NISSAN Altima, but we have reasons to believe the information is incorrect. The engine serial number is 4319 32Z QR25. Could you help us find the vehicle model and year it came from? Thank you, Enrique