Answer below is applicable for japanese/right hand drive models but may also apply to left hand drive. There are 3 places where you can find fuses. Engine fuses sit at the front of the engine bay on the passenger side. Interior/lighting/general fuses are located in the drivers side kick panel. Fusible links can be found at the rear of the engine bay on the drivers side.
my 1990 300zx is idling rough what could cause this?
there is none
A Nissan 300ZX? No
The "1990 Nissan 300ZX" was a very popular model in it's time. The "Card ID" website noted the carrying capacity of the "300ZX" was noted to be a hefty 1500 pounds.
Yes my car is a 1990 300zx with a 2008 350z motor and 6speed transmission
About 6 hours.
A 1990-1996 has a 3.0L V6
it should be "0.44"
It depends on the year. The 1990-99 NA has 222HP, the TT has 280HP on an automatic while the manuel gets 300HP. The previous years are a lot weaker. The 300ZX Turbo made before 1990 has less horsepower than a Naturally Aspirated 300ZX 1990+
the only thing different would the internals of the trans the turbo trans is a heavy duty trans.
There is a large online manual at http://300zx-twinturbo.com/cgi-bin/manual.cgi Full of tech data I use as the "bible" for the 300zx. Hope that helps
On the underside, passenger side, of the transmission.
it is located on the transmission itself
It doesn't have timing..
No, you will die.
3494 lbs on the Twin Turbo.
The fusebox for front windscreen for my 1985 Nissan 300zx is just under the hood, near the battery. I hope this helps if Nissan didn't change things. It is a small black box with fuse sceme on top. Some of these boxes are located near a head light. The other fuse box is located by the footrest for you left foot.
where is the computer hook up on a 1995 300zx <<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>> LOOK UNDER THE DASH ON THE DRIVERS SIDE ABOUT WHERE THE LEFT KNEE WOULD BE.