on the transmission
stop using airplane fuel
Where is the fuse locations? Interior and brake lights have gone out while attempting to replace fog lights.
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The computer plug location usually depends on the year model of the car. It is usually located under the driver side dashboard.
mine gets about 23-25. and its a Manuel
it is above the license plate. it is a black button.
you use the 2009 oil which is premium ok ugly
comes with 8000 HP and 20,000 pounds of tork
i have a 85 z turbo and it dose not have a chip just had 2 keys made
Could possibly be shifting gears sporadically or your driving on hilly terrain.
how to wire a 1984 300z fuel injector
It's likely you accidentally knocked a wire loose or something. If you can find the temperature sensor, check the wires. Also check all around where the air filter is to see if there's anything loose there too.
Check any Nissan perfomance parts website; there is a NCAS eliminator bar that stops the movement. Under $300
The key code for a Nissan 300zx is located on the inside of the passenger side dash drawer. It is a little sticker glued on with the number, usually an "x" followed by 4 numbers. Write it down and keep it in a safe place, as the glue cracks off with age, and the sticker may get lost.
Nissan 300Z is only a 3.0L. 350Z is a 3.5L. That's not really the answer, but I know the questions on the Z line up, but nothing about any other type. The VQ35DE in the 2003-2005 Nissan Murano is tuned to 242HP The VQ35DE in the 2006-2009 Nissan Murano is tuned to 245HP The VQ35DE in the 2010-Present Nissan Murano is tuned to 265HP The VQ35DE in the 2003-2004 Nissan 350Z is tuned to 287HP The VQ35DE in the 2005-2006 Nissan 350Z is tuned to 300HP The VQ35HR in the 2007-2009 Nissan 350Z is tuned to 306HP The reason that the Murano Engines are tuned to less power is that so the AWD and CVT system would last much longer.
Try Ebay first, then try any local junkyards, then try an import parts store. Your last option would be the dealer, or if courtesy Nissan parts in TX has it, it'll cost HALF what your local dealer will be charging.
Check the all wire connections, especially the harness that connects to the CAS. If that is loose or dirty the car will not start/run.
There are many popular sports cars these days. The Corvette and the Mustang have new looks but are still classics. The Nissan 300Z is a showy car and pretty nice, too.
Small sports cars (like Nissan 300Z) use this terminology to refer to the option of a back seat- 2 (front seat occupancy) + 2 (rear seat occupancy).
the fuze box is on the driver side kick panel, top two fuzes on left side of box ,both should be 10 amp, i dont belive this is your problem tho, would need more info as to type of 300z
I've had 3 of these cars. Each was a non-turbo, 5 speed manual tranny, non-2+2 coupe. Gas mileage has been 19-23 mpg. The one I just bought is only getting 17.5 mpg on the highway, so I'm bumming and that's how I ended up here. --joshnsara-- Well i have a 84 and a 86 Nissan 300z as well.with the 84 aveg. your looking at about 19-23 or 24 but depends on how you drive, if your shooting off on launch's and rev'ing each gear like 4-5000 rpm's and braking hard then ya, your looking at about that range .But I drive at 60mph and shifting at about 2000 rpm's and i get 22-29 in my 1984 300z and 25-31 in my 1986 300z and both are non-turbo, five speed, and a two seater not the 2+2
on the bottom of the car just below the hatch is.. on the very bottom of the car below the back THE FUEL pump in a 1984 300zx is inside the fuel tank. These factory fuel pumps are very good and almost indestructable.
Answer It's on the block on the right side of the motor (on the left if you are standing in front of the car looking at the engine). It's almost always easiest to remove the starter to replace it as there isn't much working room....Also if you have a turbo Z there is also another oil switch located on the oil pan which is the oil temperature sending unit......