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Nissan 300ZX, Coupe
This forum is for anyone interested in the 300ZX, all years and variations.
#189 of 336 Re: Need advice: looking to buy a Nissan 300zx tt [tap3009]
Jul 11, 2007 (7:08 pm)
I myself am looking to buy a 1993 300zx TT and am wondering if I may be getting myself into something, the car has around 145000 miles on it and from what ive slowly but surely have been learning from fellow turbocharged car enthusiests, is that most turbo's whether they're stock or aftermarket usually and and is almost guarenteed to not last over 65k miles, I want to get this car but looking at the prospect of having to replace two turbo's seems outragiously expensive and as much as I love this car I dont want to buy it and have to do that. Anyone have a 300zx TT with over say 70k miles that could vouge that they wont just go out on me some random day?
#190 of 336 Re: I Just Bought a 1990 300zx znd need help [kvlove]
Jul 12, 2007 (5:17 pm)
you can buy and sometimes even rent from the right place wheel lock removers you pound them on and use an impact wrench to take the locks off
#191 of 336 Re: 93 300ZX TT smoking [crew93tt]
Jul 12, 2007 (8:43 pm)
Valve seals. When you step down on it its sucking the oil past your seals. Danny
Jul 16, 2007 (9:27 pm)
aren't allowed in our Forums per our Membership Agreement, so I had to remove a few posts here.
#195 of 336 temp sensor
Jul 20, 2007 (9:05 pm)
I have an 1988 300zx with a temperature gauge problem. It is not a turbo and I have called the dealer and no one can tell me where the temperature sending sensor is located. Please advise.
#196 of 336 Re: 90 300zx non turbo [pballard]
Jul 21, 2007 (3:39 pm)
I got a complete OEM wiring set from http://www.courtesyparts.com. It cost me $246.
Before that, I got just the connectors and had them spliced in, but after some mechanic did me the favor of cleaning my engine with that shiney stuff, it started missing in two cylinders after the engine warmed up, and I can't track it down. So I just decided to replace the whole harness.
Now, can anyone tell ME how to get it through the firewall WITHOUT pulling out my dashboard or AC unit (which I think also means pulling the dashboard.
#198 of 336 Re: temp sensor [clinec]
Jul 27, 2007 (7:44 am)
Coolant temp. sensor should be in the lower intake manifold right between #1 and #3 injectors.