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1990 300ZX NON-TURBO

I NEED A SITE THAT I CAN ACCESS PICTURES TO FIND PARTS LOCATIONS SUCH AS EGR VALVE AND DETONATION SENSOR.

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  • stewart_sold Sep 04, 2008

    1990 nissan 300zx non-turbo auto, need a web site that i can get on with pictures of part locations on the engine such as egr valve and detonation sensor.

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    im on the sight but i cant find it

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Www.twinturbo.net

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I know this has been solved but I didn't see this listed
http://www.z32photoguide.com/
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300zx.com is a great site in georgia. its the z1 national site

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Join up on www.twinturbo.net, and use the Tech area - there is a section that has the entire Nissan 300ZX microfiche scanned in and made searchable.

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