>>"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.
dexron 2 fluids
Nissan J-Matic Dexron 3 is also specified
80w-90 if ambient temperature is under 104F or 40C
Proffesionals use a special type of suction cups, but a hammer works too.
The manual for my '95 240SX SE states: "The recommended fluid is type DEXRON II or equivalent." I have had trouble finding this type of power steering fluid. I *think* that is because it's actually an automatic transmission fluid.
Depends on your motor condition, transmission type, wheel size, ect. Its hard to tell you unless you actually go and do it, I've seen some hit 120mph, others 145Mph. Like i said it depends on your car.
240sx refers to the motor size and model type. the Nissan 240 has a 2.4 liter four cylinder engine. it is the US version of the Japanese Silvia witch has 2.0 liter turbo motor also known as a sr20 det
watch pocket valves
1989 240SX don't use bulbs... Least you can't just change the bulbs.. You need to go buy yourself the whole housing which they sell for less than $20 at autopart stores. For newer 240SX 1995 and up, its 9005. There's 2. Low beam and High Beam. you need 2 for each side, so 4 total. <hr> Actually if your 240sx was owned by someone else and put in a non sealed-beam headlight the bulb it would take is an H4 bulb. The type of headlights a 1989-1994 240sx has a 6054 model and there are places like www.h4lights.com to replace the sealed-beam. ~rin5