Question about 1994 Nissan 300ZX
Sounds like your water pump is bad and leaking, causing it to run hot.It is recommended to get a new timing belt when replacing water pump,these prices are without timing belt change.For the dealer's price is 555.00,for repair shop is 428.00,and for you to do it is 72.00,take door number 3.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1994 Sentra running rough
thanks for asking , i am sorry to tell you that the problem you asking for could be for a lot of reasons , but , i will try to help you by tell you some things to check it , first you should be sure that the car is not over heated , and and the sparks are good , and all the cylinders are working properly and that by removing each spark wire but every one separately and see if any change happen ,if no change happen with one of the sparks so you found the problem and it is that you r car don't work with all it's cylinders , but if that will not be easy for you to do it your self , so be sure that if you driven the car to a local garage no damage will happened , and don't worry that shouldn't cost you a lot of money , and thank you for using fixya.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
There are a few things that can cause your car to run hot. Not enought antifreeze is one. It could also be your cooling fan is not working, a colgged heater core, colgged radiator, thermostat is stuck closed, leaky water pump, or coolant temp sending unit. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Vehicle is not safe for continued operation.
How many miles.
Recommendations: Sight unseen...
This vehicle is past due for a fuel pump replacement.
Hope this tip helps.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
There must be one of four problems:
1. The thermostat is blocked in closed position. To check that, verify if the engine and radiator have the same temperature. If the radiator is cool than the engine, then is the thyermostat. So, replace it.
2. The thermocontact is not working. To check that, observe the electric fan is it's starting when the engine is hot. If not, try to shortcircuit the wires wich are comming to it and switch the key in the running position but not start the engine. If the fan starts the thermocontact is broken.
3. The fan motor is broken. Check that as above. If the fan not starts then is broken.
4. The radiator is clog. If all the above tests are ok then the radiator is clog.
Please let me know if you have any more questions.
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
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