Question about 1995 Nissan 200SX
I have done a few motor swaps but but never a nissan. and this is only my first front wheel drive, manual trans. please get back to me asap.
The one nissan I done had a bolt on the bell housing that was hard to reach much less find. we had to feel around for it in a bind of course and one of us had to lay under it to get the wrench on and one on top to turn it for several minutes.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
around the inner boot... either inside the boot or around the outside edge should be a circle of bolts... often torq type sockets are required.... by inner boot i mean the one where the axle goes into the transmission.... sometimes you do need a puller for them but be certain you have removed all the bolts. and you shouldn't have to apply much force on the puller... if you do need to then all the bolts have not been removed.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
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Posted on Mar 06, 2009
It's a noisy wheel bearing and is usually relatively cheap to fix, but not a DIY job unless you have experience.
You need to get it fixed without delay, left to it's own devices it will cause more damage and in extreme cases can cause the wheel to break away.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
SOURCE: 2004 nissan quest. tcs off
When they did the brakes, the mechanic damaged one or more wheel speed sensors, and they are expensive. The anti-lock and traction system now think that one or more wheels are not in time with the road constantly so the computer has put the light on and is likely running the vehicle in limp or reduced power mode.
I would take the vehicle back and give them a chance to make it right, but if you have any hint of more problems, or they start saying it was like this before, go to the dealer and have it checked out. If the dealer says they damaged something, have the dealer repair it and then chase the other shop for the money. Not fun, but this is a safety issue.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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there are 2 different 1.6L engines for this year. If you can find the right flywheel, you'll probably be fine. Other possible issues might be with wiring, but I checked the wiring diagram and it makes no distinction between the 2 engines. Still, I would check the connectors and make sure all the electric work will fit. Hopefully the computer will not object to the engine...
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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