Had the same problem with one several years ago. First, check out the fuses. If those are ok, turning everything off for about two minutes and then back on again will sometimes work. If that doesn't do it, try your nearest Nissan dealership. Those digital instrument panels are maddening.
What i did when the digital dash went out on my 1984 300zx may work for you. Mounted just to the left of the radio and to the right of the steering wheel column, there is a silver box about the size of a paperback book. You have to remove the lower cover that is underneath the steering wheel and held in by about 4 screws. If you tap on the small silver box with a screw driver or something like that, the dash should come back on. Do it while the car is running. I actually sliced a small opening in the plastic cover so I can just tap on it without removing the cover every time. You can also remove this silver box or open it and re solder the loose parts.
The digital dash and rear windshield wipers run off the same wire. There could be a short or loose connection that runs down the drivers side inside the panels back to the rear windshield wiper.
If you have a digital cluster then you need a new cluster.
One of the most common problems on the first-generation 300ZXs is the digital dash power supply unit. The part is like an electronic module, located under the dash on the driver's side. The internal cold solder joints wear out, leading to failure of the power supply, and therefore no digital dash lights. It is quite possible to re-solder those joints yourself and get it working again. Another option is to search the web. Look up 300ZX digital dash power supply, and you'll find people selling them reconditioned. Others offer the service of refurbishing your old unit if you send it in. If the power supply isn't the problem, then it could be the digital cluster itself. But more than likely, it's the power supply unit.
yes but you must replace the complete wiring harness inside the vechice.. Here is a good write-up on how to do it. http://www.az-zbum.com/modification.dash.conversion.shtml
It is the control box under the dash
To remove and replace the heater core on the 1987 Nissan 300ZX with air, begin by removing the dashboard totally. This means the radio panel and the instrument cluster. Remove all air ducts and access the heater core. Remove the bolts holding the core and replace it with a new core. Then replace the dashboard and instrument panel.
the problem is te dash volt regulator,locate on the left side of de instrument cluster or panel is small scuare metal have one or two screw and three wire black red and green.this is the only connection before the gauge...
This light is indicating a emissions problem or failure. The catalytic converter may be operating at low efficiency which is a sign of failure.
Its overheating.... or the wire shorted
you just move the flaps around
I've heard u can resolder the ground inside the control box but your best bet is to just replace it.
300zx from 84 - 88 are z31
It is near the first spark plug on the passenger side almost hidden under the intake plenum
There were 3,000 Nissan 300zx convertibles made
diagram of a nock sensor in a 300zx 1996
VG30DETT is in the 90-95 Nissan 300zx. It is a v6
They are located directly on the turbos. 300zx have internally wastegated turbos
Yes it will
If they both have the same engine.
1995 was the (25th year) silver anniversary for the 300zx.
A Nissan 300ZX? No
replace coil springs in a nissan 300zx
it probably means that your back (rear) hatch is open. rear window defogger
if it looks the same shape as the old one yes