Try looking in the owners manual for oil viscosity type. Depends on the temperature range where you live. Most cars now use split weight. The 96' has hydraulic lifters, using a straight weight oil will cause irreversible engine damage. The oil is too thick to run through oil passage ways. I never have less than freezing outside temperatures here so I use 10W-30 with my 96'. I use Castrol brand oil and I put in some Slick 50, or Prolong, or QMI for long term protection every 50,000 or so. I have 198,000 and still kickin'. Change oil and filter every 3,000-5,000 miles. Depends if you drive long say 30 miles one way to work a lot, use the 5,000 timeframe. Short trips go with 3,000.
3500 lbs towing capacity according to endmunds: http://www.edmunds.com/used/1990/nissan/truck/1552/specs.html
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Nissan matic S type used to be Nissan matic J but matic S replaced the J
All cars after about 93 or so used the new r134a
A crane truck is a truck in which a crane type equipment is mounted with the truck.The function of the crane type equipment to load and upload heavy weight.
Yes. It was used in the truck line in 1996-2000.
The Nissan Cabstar is a model of truck made by the Nissan company. Typically, a Tipper model is one designed to have a lifting bed, used by tow vehicles and by dump trucks. One could find a used model likely on eBay if someone is interested in selling.
Your Nissan Teana came with an Owner's Manual. In the back of the Owner's Manual is an Index. In the Index, under the letter "O" you will find the word "Oil". Turn to the page it directs you to. There you will find the type of oil that should be used in the Nissan Teana.
5w30 is recommended but 10w30 can be used.
The blue book value of a 1994 Nissan long bed pickup truck in excellent condition is 1850$. That assumes 100000 miles and a 5 speed. You can go to kbb.com and find the exact blue book value by entering the actual mileage, condition and features of the truck.
You can look up value here www.kbb.com
dextron II fluid.