Im trying to locate the model number of a 1987 z24 nissan pick up
the engine number isz24777755 and im very much in need of the model type. is there anyone who could direct me to a specific address so locate such information plz?
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Go to www . rockauto . com - Select Nissan - Pick Year 1983 - Pick Pickup - Choose Engine Size 2.0L L4, 2.2L L4, 2.2L L4 DIESEL 2.4L L4 or 2.5L L4 DIESEL. Then type in the part that you need "Transmission Bushing" You probably have a Standard Transmission and probably need a Clutch Pilot Bushing. The cost runs between $0.87 cents to as high as $1.42
Guys he has a Z24, Not KA24, Z24 for one, Is carbed and has older lifters and valves. They need to be tuned to spec within a certain specific limit and the cams must be rotated in certain positions when doing different valves, etc... Shouldnt take very long normally and its not a hard process but if you have a tick, you really should get it checked out. Btw, the Z24 engine's idle isnt controlled by ecu at all or else the carb wouldnt need an idle adjustment screw.
See if you can find a Haynes manual ISBN 1 56392 410 2 This covers the 1980 through 1997 models. There are several different hose diagrams depending on the version you have. There is a California model, a federal model, and a high altitude model.
The hose diagrams are in section 6, around page three in the book I have.
If this is the Z24 engine, you may have a mess of issues. That engine has two coils, and one could of easily gone bad. I've seen this problem a lot on this engine, and could be fixed by figuring out which coil went bad. Also check the plugs and wires. Make sure all of the connections are good and maybe change out the coils.