If you are looking at the engine look to the left of the engine. Your fuel filter is connected to the frame with a strap.
300zx from 84 - 88 are z31
NO iTS FUEL INJECTED
I have an 86 turbo. The oil filter sticks out from the side of the engine on the passenger side and is located right above the starter motor. I just changed it from under the car ( jacked up ). I can't remember if you can get to it from above but I think so. I expect they have not changed the location much. I have a 93 300ZX TT. The oil filter is near the rear passenger side of the oil pan. The car is so low that you cannot get to the filter or oil drain on the oil pan without lifting the car.
Non turbo, 160 HP
200HP 227lb ft torque.
passenger side front strut tower. it is an in line fuel filter, just follow the fuel line from the motor.
You should put 3 quarts of oil in your 1986 300zx Turbo and then let it run for 30 seconds. After that, check the oil level and fill it until the oil on the dipstick is level with the H.
try a new fuel filter, I had mine towed it wouldn't run 5 feet. Changed the fuel filter, MAGIC!
with your back to the engine its on ur left side under the exhaust manifold
There is no 1986 280zx. If it's a 1986 300zx then yes, but if you don't know enough about your car to know what model it is, you probably shouldn't be turboing it.
The bleeder valve for fuel injection for 1986 Nissan 300ZX is located at the furthest end of the fuel rail.
For regular non turbo timing is 20 degrees BTC.........For turbo it is 15 Degrees BTC
try ebay, search 1985 300zx for the Nissan Service Manual, I have the 1986 manual , it contains the wiring diagram
Drivers side of the car it is located in the center of the motor.
subject yourself to weeks of torture. buy a turbo z instead if you've got an aftermarket turbo, put it on a already turbo'd car.
close to 200 , (like 180 in that range) with the na vg30e has only 160-165
generally they are under the dash
when you start the car up that's your ignition switch is located...