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I cant figure what to hook to on the front of the 89 300 zx non turbo motor to pull it out it has no factory hook cud have been taken out

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Use a strop around each exhaust manifold....did this last week.....do not use a chain....

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Turbo used to whistle beautifully...now cant hear whistle and there is slight rattle when accelerating


Same thing happened to me.
First check the intake plumbing for a boost leak. Ripped flex pipe, loose clamps. Pull off the small vent in the bumper (right side) and check if the intercooler took a hit. Inside the right front wheelwell look and see if the plastic liner is intact or if the intercooler is exposed- could have taken a rock hit, unlikely but it's an easy thing to check and doesn't cost a dime to look

Then no matter what you find with the boost leak you have to get your hands on a vac pump. There's a vac line that runs to the underside of the turbo. It goes to a 'pod' on the bottom. Follow it up to the T, then hook the vac pump there. You want to test the vac pod on the turbo to see if it holds pressure. Pump it up while feeling the actuator rod on the turbo. (You want to do this on a cold engine by the way)
When you apply vaccuum the rod should move smoothly AND it should hold vaccuum. If it seems like it is draging and poping free the actuator is shot. Or it bleeds down at all then either you have a leak in the vac line or the vac actuator needs to be replaced.

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What is the size of the engine non turbo 4 cylinder


There's several variants of the engine.

There's a 2.2L Inline 4 which came in turbo and non-turbo
There's a 2.5L Inline 4 which came in turbo and non-turbo
There's also a 3.0L V6 as well

But since you asked for the 4 Cylinder, it will either be 2.2L or 2.5L non turbo

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Need to increase the idle on a 1987 Nissan 300 zx non turbo. where is the "idle screw" or equivalent


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300 zx twin turbo sucked water up in through air intake..what now


Easiest way to get water out of the motor is to remove the head and then manually remove the water from the pistons / head.

Remove the head and spray it with brake cleaner, let it dry first
and then be sure to put synthetic motor oil (same weight as before) over the dry metal to help lubricate it again. (The brake cleaner will take out the water/dirt and clean it very easily)

After that, while the head is prepped to go back on, using a cloth that doesnt have lint, **** up all the **** out of the cylinders - like the water / shards of metal / etc.


This is a very tedious task, especially with a 300zx because like you said, theres no working room.
Might wanna check your turbo for possible moisture (It can make it rust and become faulty)

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