Other than the normal mechanical issues to check (low/no battery charge, bad starter, etc), you might want to double check the alarm system.
I had a problem where my 92 would not start on it's own with a full battery, not even engage the starter; but if you jumped it, it started fine. What we traced it back to was the stock alarm, it either had a short or some low voltage starter kill that kept the starter from getting juice.
Once I had the alarm yanked out for $150 the car reliably started, and I didn't have to deal with the occasional alarm going off and being ignored by everyone.
PS if anyone wants a stock 92 alarm give me ring ;)
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If you're talking about the pressure plate and clutch plate, you need to remove the transfer case and transmission. If you have a substantial enough transmission jack, you can remove the t-case, transmission, and bell housing all as one unit. If not, you'll need to remove each component individually. Once you've got the bell housing off, you replace the clutch plate and pressure plate. While you're at it, you should replace the pilot bearing and throwout bearing, as well, and inspect your clutch fork for damage, and replace if needed.
Once you put the clutch plate and pressure plate back on, it's absolutely imperative that you torque them to specification. Once all that's done, you put the bell housing, transmission, and t-case back on, then reconnect your driveshafts.
clutch change method Nissan Almera
Nope, im looking for it also but for a Datsun 280ZX Nissan and Datsun are the same thing, however if you have the Chilton's Repair Manual for the NISSAN Z&ZX 1970-1988(which you should) I believe it's number 52800, you can find the vacuum diagram in section 4 page 26 That diagram is for a N/A 280ZX and only for the emmissions. I need a complete diagram for a 280ZX Turbo, 1981. I have the Automatic Climate Control and it is a California model. Can anyone help?
There is 3 relays #1 is located behind the glove compartment on the right, #2 and #3 are on the inside fender wall in the relay box on the passenger side of the vehicle. All of this info is in the original service manual. I only know this cause I just bought one and I can't get it started, Ican't seemto get the pump to work.
Try a new knock sensor, or check the distributor
The dashboard lights on a Nissan are indicators to help maintain the safety of the vehicle. These lights let you know when you are running out of gas, oil or if you need to have your engine checked.
Negative battery cable - a solid metal part of the engine
Diagram for vacum line / heater lines for 1983 nissan 280z
Reassure the resistor of the hot wire anenmeter to determine if it has failed. This can be done at the same time that you test the oxygen sensor.
This card, like any other collectible varies with condition. An average, drive every day Z with little or no rust is about $2700-3500 depending on where you live.
Cherry vehicles can for for as much as 7k-9k.
The repair depends on what is causing the low compression. Low compression can be caused by a blown head gasket, cracked cylinder head, burnt or damaged valves, worn or cracked piston rings, scored block cylinders. It's kind of hard to imagine that an engine would have low compression on all 6 cylinders unless something major is wrong, or the compression gauge is not measuring properly.
when your running Dow the highway the engine get massive cooling from the high wind flow of road, but when its idling its just siting there with no real air flow to help cool it like on the road
Purchase a windshield and door trim removal kit from Harbor Freight for approximately $6 to $15.
burnt valve. do a compression test.
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