Question about 1991 Nissan Pickup
What types of leaf springs are compatible for 1991 nissan pickup 4x4
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The second bolt is hidden way up and tucked in near the solenoid. You need to setup a ratchet with extensions/socket (14mm) combination that is just a little longer than the starter motor. If you just can't picture where the bolt is, then go down to the parts store and look at/purchase the replacement starter to see how it mounts up.
There are two bolts for the starter mount and one nut for the main starter power lead. There is one plug for the starter key switch.
Disconnect plug. Loosen lower bolt. Remover upper bolt. Remove lower bolt. Twist starter so you can remove main power cable nut (be sure to have disconnected the battery first!) Pull starter.
Posted on May 10, 2009
SOURCE: leaf spring replacement
Yes but you need two thumbs. Jack the truck and support it on the frame ahead of the axel so the axel can hang on its own weight. Remove the bolts and mount to the bad spring - remove the axel mount first, Let the axel sag and put something under the tire to help hold it. Remove the spring mount bolts to the frame and lower the spring out the rear. reinstall is the reverse --- BUT --- the new spring may not fit right in the spring mounts. Mount the front bolt first and then the rear - you may have to use a pry-bar and force the spring into the rear mount.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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It is either a Z24i, or a KA24E. You should find the identification number on the left side of the block at the rear. It should say what size it is.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
SOURCE: 97 nissan pickup 4x4. 4x4
Hi, the system will need to be scanned for trouble codes in the transfer case control module to know what the exact problem is for sure, but normally on this vehicle, one of two problems. Either the encoder shift motor is bad or the transfer case control module is at fault. Without scanning not much you can do here, there is one thing you can check, this vehicle is somewhat know for water instrusion in the tccm. Remove the tcm and unplug the connectors and see if you see any signs of mositure, the connector may appear green in color, this would be a sign of water intrusion. The tcm is mounted behind the passenger front kick panel...
Posted on May 14, 2011
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