Question about 1996 Nissan 240SX
Well coming from the radio harness its hard to tell unless you have an adapter. On my s13 i just drilled a wire to the steel frame that hold the dash together and that works fine. make sure its nice and tight and use a self tapping screw
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the shift knob. Starting on the console around the shifter, gently pull up on the "bezel". When it comes off you'll see the radio's held in (with the little storage area) by 4 Phillips screws.
The wiring is hidden behind
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
In order for the alternator to do its job, it obviously needs to be installed correctly..
That being said..we will take the grass roots approach on this one.
The alternator is part of your charging system.
In this particular case, if you use a voltmeter, you will probaly see that your battery is dead.
Charge your battery.
Use the normal precautions when doing this.
If it is not a maintenance free battery, pop your vent lids to the battery while charging.
Its important that your battery is FULLY charged before re-starting.
(in some cases, your warranty on the alternator can be voided if this is not the case)
If the alternator is doing its job, the battery will stay fully charged.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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If it's a manual gear box, there is a button on the steering colomn. Press it while turning the key backwards and the ignition should roll back into the steering lock position. If this was at all helpful, please rate. Thanks for asking.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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