Question about 1993 Nissan NX
Water pump location
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The water pump is located behind the timing chain cover. There are two black plates on the front cover. The one near the front of the car has the water pump behind it. The other one has the timing chain tensioner behind it. First you must drain the coolant. Then support engine and remove engine mount. Then remove drive belts. Then remove the two black plates. Push the tensioner in and lock it with a paper clip. Then remove the two bolts holding the tensioner and remove tensioner. Then remove the water pump bolts. Rotate engine crankshaft the take tension off of water pump (about 20 degrees). Then install two bolts into water pump threaded flange (M8). Tighten M8 evenly as water pump will come without damaging it. Check for corrosion. Then replace with new one. Make sure you use new "O" rings. Lubricate with engine oil. Put the original three bolts back in the water pump. Then install timing chain tensioner and black covers. Replace belts and engine mounts. Add coolant and pressure test system.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
NISSAN NX Coupe electric fuel pumps are almost always located inside the fuel tank, but there are some vehicles where the pump may be located along the frame rail or mounted to the body near the fuel tank. The fuel pump has a strainer at its inlet to filter out fuel tank contaminants.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
there are ways, but i need to know which engine family you have. it will be on the emissions sticker. something like ca16 de, ca18de, etc..
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
What happened to make you want to locate the reset switch...which is called the fuel inertia switch?
Second, I found this post on another forum:
You will not believe what the problem was....got it out the shop today and come to find out, when I slammed on the brakes, the distibutor shifted ever so slightlyand messed up the timing causing all the problems. Replaced the distributor for 200 bucks it runs great again!!!"
So, again, not sure what has happened to have you search for your switch...and a few sites say that first generation fuel injected motors did not have a reset switch.
Posted on Nov 20, 2010
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