what makes a 1991 Nissan 240sx stop while you drive. and it is not out of gas or oil. Could it be the ignition module
Nissan 240sx HorsepowerIt depends on what year and what engine the Nissan has, usually 1989-1990 have the ka24e which is 140 hp. While the 91-98 have the ka24de engine which has 155 hp.
it could be your timing is off
A lot of bad things... Depends on how bad it overheated. If it didn't overheat for too long it should be fine, the knock sensor may have cracked though. If you drove it while overheating you could have burnt valves and a warped head. Google "burp 240sx" and follow those directions for removing the air from the cooling system, the 240 has a very good cooling system and should not overheat.
probably it had no gas or it was just to old
If your vehicle begins to overheat while climbing a hill you should
you need to check your lights to make sure that the light is not going out!!! A flashing CEL typicly means that there is a misfire.
The material reflects a large amount of heat away from the person wearing it, so they do not overheat while working near the flames.
Low coolant Water pump not working properly Cooling fan not working Thermostat not opening fully Radiator plugged or dirty Check the radiator fan.
an s15 is a 240sx. although if your talking about the American s13 or 14 then the s15 is faster. the s15 came with an sr20det while the American 240 came with a ka24de
240SX came with 2 different lug patterns. All 1989 to 1994 240sx came with a 4 lug 4x114.3 pattern. While the 1995-1998 240sx SE/LE's came with a 5 lug 5x114.3 pattern. Preferrably you'd want to find a wheel with less than +30 offset for 240SX's.
vehicle speed sensor may be your problem
The most likely case would be that air somehow got into the line. try bleeding the clutch fluid, while making sure that the level in the reservoir does not get low.
I think the car has an overheating problem and has a safety feature that turns the speakers off when they overheat. I've noticed that if you turn the car off and then on again the system starts working again.
the Nissan 240sx in American markets was released with the ka24de... a dismal attempt of a performance engine. while in Japan Australia and other markets was released with the sr20de/sr20det, a MAGNIFICENT engine, easy power gains with bolt on modifications, and an aftermarket parts list that could fill a phone book, has proven it to be one of the best performance engines coming from Japan. early models of the 180sx came with the ca18de/ca18det engines which are very popular too, but later models came out with the sr20det also. the only notable difference would be the body and interior, but the chassis remains the same.
It could be the timing chain guides. 240sx engines are notorious for this. The timing chain guides are made of cheap plastic and they wear out and break off after time. When the engine is started, the pieces get kicked up from the bottom of the oil pan and make a racket for a while. I don't think is causes much harm, though.
Its most likely your torque conveter but before you start messing around there go have the transmission flushed sometimes that will take care of it for a little while.
Yes, low coolant will cause it to overheat without the AC; that is not the only reason that will cause overheating however.
have the engine timing checked. if the timing is wrong the engine will overheat, are you loosing coolant?is the fan working, is the water pump working?
Depends. Which year is it? If its 89-90 its 140hp/152tq, if its 91 to 98 its 155hp/160tq.89-90 uses the single overhead cam ka24e engine while the 91-98 uses the dual overhead cam ka24de engine.
check your thermostat. it could be sticking.
you probably have a bad speedometer cable. usually you have to order a new one from the dealership.
Slipping or glazed belt? Belt driven accessory (alternator/ water pump etc.)? Belt tensioner?
Need to change your thermastat i have done that but still over heats when driving
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