Why Nissan 300zx will not start unless i use starter fluid?
no fuel to the injectors check fuel filter or replace check fuel pump see if it's working check relay
What should you do if your '87 Nissan will not keep running unless you spray starter fluid into the carb?
I have an 2007 chrysler sebring 2.7l that want start unless I spray starter fluid in the air filter does anyone know what can cause it not to start on its own?
The power steering fluid reservoir is up on the passenger side wheel well in the engine bay. Looks like a short fat silver coke can with hoses coming out of it. On a side note, the 300zx twin turbo uses ATF (automatic transmission fluid) not power steering fluid. usually a green casing with black top. the following link is NOT a 300zx, but the reservoir is about the same. http://www.sillbeer.com/images/engine/power-steering-reservoir.jpg
What is wrong if an 87 Nissan will not start unless starter fluid is sprayed into the carb while turning the key and then it dies?
Your Nissan obviously isn't getting any fuel to the carb. When you spray starting fluid to it it only allows it to run for a few seconds. First make sure your not out of gas in the tank. Next take the fuel line off the carb turn the engine over with the starter, if there is no fuel coming out of the fuel line then check and make sure your fuel filter isn't clogged. If…
The transmission fluid, or gear oil, filler hole is located on the side of the transmission. It is a round bolt just bigger than a quarter with a half inch square indentation. Use a half inch braker bar to get it loose. The drain plug is the same bolt located on the bottom of the tranny. I suggest you check your rear diff. fluid as well since you'll be under your car.