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if you mean the transmission end ! put a pan under transmission to catch the fluid. use a bar, or big screwdriver to pry axle out of transmission. when putting back in, make sure the axle snap ring is tightly locked in transmission.
Can't help with the radio but the fan is a simple fix. You need a diode block, it's about $20. Once you have the replacement it will be easy to find the defective one. It's located on the firewall under the passenger side dash next to the fan. Two screws and a wiring plug. It should take you longer to find than to replace.
yes you can but there is a bit of converting, and it is not that easy or cost effective.
The best way is to have a doner car that you can take all the needed parts off.
You will need the clutch pedal, master cyl, slave cyl and hydolic lines. unless it has a cable operated clutch then of coures you would need that stuff.
Then you will need the center console with the shifter.
Then you will need the flywheel and clutch disk and pressure plate.
I am not completely sure but I believe you will have to change the computer too.
I hope this helps you decide.
You might have a plugged up radiator for one or you have a leaking radiator or a leak in the expansion tank that holds your antifreeze or the cap on the tank is weak and might need replacing. Also check your hoses to the radiator and to the engine they might be loose or cracked or broken and you might want to change the thermostat. If you cant do these then take it to any mechanic it's an easy fix.
That vehicle never came with a turbo as an option. Therefore adding a turbo would be custom work. You may find someone online who has documented their modification process. If you purchase an aftermarket turbo system it will come with a manual. Short of that such a document does not exist.
the starter on my 97 200sx is in the bottom-back-middle (a real pain in the a$$ location). spent about 6hrs doing it myself. btw I would suggest not buying a "cheap" starter like I did and had to replace it 6 months later.