1996 Nissan 200SX Questions
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Guy working on my car jacked it up high enough to put a jack stand on the passengers side, can that ruin my differentials?
I was told by an auto part sales men that an 1996 Nissan sentra air compressor is interchangeable with a 1996 Nissan 200sx.how is this possible
My OBD 2 reads pending after 240 miles to re-activate sensors
all are ok. Cat still reads pending. Can my oxygen sensor be passing but
are almost gone or dirty? There are no diagnostic code or engine light.
Son said it ran great all day, 101 degrees out, then as he went to put it in park, it shut off, then wouldn't turn over, starter noises like a small grinding shriek, then 10 minutes later started right up and he drove it home, just don't want him getting stranded, does this sound serious or just a issue with a starter? Thanks Karl Also, we just bought this car with 150,000 miles on it and it looks great inside and out, so this is kinda throwing me a bit. Thanks for any help you guys can throw my way. CHeers!
She died the other night, I've changed the distributor cap & rotor. Its not the battery, and does not seem to be a starter or alternator. Anyone know much about the timing on this car? i know the chain is old but as far as I know it has not gone yet. Car has 237,XXX miles on it.
had to take the belt off to replace my drive belt and can't get it back on
location of expansion plugs (freeze plugs)on my 1996 nissan 200sx
My car battery died, I charged it up, but then i noticed why, it was because my car's tail lights had stayed on for hours, so why would they stay on even when the switch is turned off?
how do I repair a break light switch
oil on spark plugs why?
I have a 96 Nissan 200SX 2.0L an it will start an run for a min an wont start any more!! I checked an have good fuel pressure but dont have any spark!!! Put 2 used distributors in it and they would not start it at all!!!
The other day I got in my 96 nissan 200sx & went to start er up & the clutch went all the way to the floor & stuck there. I had the car towed to my local garage & was informed that the clutch linkage was broken. 1st question is how can this guy know that without dropping the tranny? 2nd question- How many labor hrs should I be charged for this job with and without changing the actual clutch as well? thanx for the help.
Got the car, proceeded to kill it lol. New clutch, threw away the MAF on accident. Kept dying as a result, then clips for throw-out bearing fell off. Had to use starter to get it home. Murdered tht one. Fix the clips, replace starter with reman one that sat in my car for a year. 2 weeks later, dead..new starter now and I got nothing, not even a click, no effort from the starter at all. Key turns, dash lights come on, clutch safety switch is within specified peramimeters, clutch realy clicks when key is turned to start position, starter fuses intact. Checked the new starter just to be sure, works perfectly. Even tried arching the starter to no avail. I'm completely stumped now, my thinking is either the ignition wire or maybe a fusible link somewhere in the process tht I fried. Help is greatly appreciated. Thank You
First time it broke. Have a belt that is close to 44 inches. Don't see what you'd loosen in order to put belt on and tighten.