You will need to reprogram the ECU when you put bigger fuel injectors into your Nissan. The manufacturer recommends that you do not use any fuel injectors other than the originals.
3 quarts according to my 98 200sx se-r owners manual.
a cam in engine is to operate the lifters which in turn open and close the inlet and exhaust valves
Black: unburned fuel running rich
Blue: Oil internal engine parts worn
White: Head gasket may be leaking
Disconnect the driveshaft at the rear end and pull it out of the trans.
This is not a backyard mechanic thing. The bearing is pressed in. You can buy a kit for around $50 to pound out the old one. But, you probably won't be able to get the new one in. Just take it to one of the auto repair places such as the ones that do your tires and alignments. It's not a big job.
FA(T) Floor automatic transmission
You will have to remove the mounting bracket that holds the engine up. It is more than a motor mount, it is the brace under the car that the engine rests on. For about 80 bucks, you can buy a frame that sits where you hood normally does to hold the engine up when you remove this brace.
THE CANNISTER IS ON THE PASSENGER SIDE RIGHT NEXT TO THE FRONT RIGHT SIDE OF THE FUEL TANK, IF YOU DROP THE TANK WITH OUT DISCONNECTING THE LINE COUPLER IT WILL BREAK IT OFF, I KNOW I DID IT, IT IS EASY TO SEE AND REMOVE AFTER YOU DISONNECT THE 3 hoses connected to it
3 and a half to 4 quarts
I answered myself after reviewing the whole car. After a new MAFsensor I double checked the vaccum lines and some were cracked. I also change the PCV valve and the car in running like new. This also has helped with the the car jerking once you take the peddal and accelerate it again. I have learned by spending lots of money. So take advise and don't spend as much as I did. GREAT car n fun!
its under the hood next to the engine.(yes)
if your looking at the car standing in front of it it'll be on the right side of the engine. you have to look down (not underneath) close to the transmission. The starter has a solenoid coil attached to it. The starter itself is only connected to the engine by two bolts. The first one in plain sight and the second one behind the starter.
dont forget to remove battery terminals before touching the starter because your going to have to remove the positive terminal and bolt that connects to the starter after the two bolts holding it in place
on top of transmission near the back a big black thing with a plug on it.
Yes just drop the tranny
If you're talking about company-wise, Nissan doesn't own anybody. They're a standalone manufacturer and own Infiniti and Renault.
I had the same problem with my 97 200sx. It turned out to be a faulty remote. When I removed the battery from the remote the problem was fixed. The new remotes still cost about $100 the last time I checked.
A Nissan Frontier may be overheating because the radiator is cracked. A thermostat failure can also cause it to overheat.