89 and 90
75W-90 Gear oil
80W-90 Use any brand you like
standard 80/90 if its winter you can use synthetic also still 80/90
The right type of fluid will keep a car running at its best. The 1995 5-speed Nissan pickup uses 75W-90 Gear oil.
Yes it is. 2wd must stay with 2wd and 4wd must stay with 4wd. 6cyl ones must stay with 6 cyl ones. The 96 though will need to transfers it's Speed sensors to the older transmission.
According to the owner's manual, you should use 75W-90 for the transmission (and 80W-90 for the rear end) if the ambient temperature is less than 104 degrees F (or 40 degrees C).
VG30DETT is in the 90-95 Nissan 300zx. It is a v6
A cow has the weight of 90 kilograms
There is no relay. They are wired directly to the headlight switch.
Yes 112 mph.
I had to remove the front grill (slotted screw driver to turn the plastic clips 90 degrees, also had to take off the side running lights (philips screw driver) in order to get the head lamp out.
90-92 Stanza have 4x114.3 bolt pattern
beside battery in engine compartment
90 weight gear oil.
You can but I'd strongly recommend against it.
If the relay clicks, chances are that it is your motor. Same thing happened to me and we made sure all power connections were good and fluid was good. Nothing happened until we tapped on the motor with a wrench, then the blade came up. Old motors tend to wear out and get "sticky" after a while.
need location of 1990 Mercedes 560 sel fuel pump relay
The TNS relay on a 1990 Mazda Roadster is located on the drivers side of the car. It will be right beside the brake.