There are several different reasons that an engine will knock. Unfortunately, the most common cause for an engine knock, is when the connecting rods and the pistons have more play than they should, causing them to move around in the cylinders. I would recommend taking it to a mechanic and having them listen to it and get their opinion. Try not to drive it too much before getting it checked out, as this can cause your engine severe damage and possibly leave you stranded on the side of the road.
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.
A Nissan 300ZX? No
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.
There were 3,000 Nissan 300zx convertibles made
VG30DETT is in the 90-95 Nissan 300zx. It is a v6
About 16 mpg city and 18 on the highway
1990+ models have 222hp non turboed and 300hp twin turboed.
There should be an idle screw right by or under your throttle
Yes it will
right by the oil pan, look for it, its not very hard.
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On the passenger side of the transmission. There should be a heat shield covering it.
OBD1, OBD2 didn't start until i believe 1996
It's almost impossible without removing the engine, unfortunately.
no power to starter on Nissan 300zx twin turbo