Question about 1996 Nissan Pickup
Ok? Here is my assumption of what you need. On the 91 the timing mark is a straight pin near the main pulley. the actual marks are on the pulley. Clean it off and you should find them.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
petrol or diesel ,as all these motors are diesel here in spain ,look on the front pulley depending on the engine as some are on the flywheel
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
Would be nice if you listed the trans and model!
2WD man@ 600-800 Auto 3@ 550-750
4WD man@ 700-900 Auto 3@ 550-750
With auto trans selector in "D" position
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
SOURCE: I can find the timing
the timing mark is usually a white painted groove on the main fan belt pulley.
Look for another plate with a a couple of lines or grooves mounted on the engine block right behind the fan belt pulley wheel.
Assuming you have hooked up your timing light per the instructions...When you shine your timing light at this area you are looking to see if the pulley mark lines up with the timing mark on the engine block plate when the engine is at a specific idling speed and the distributor is adjusted to make the timing mark line up when cylinder 1 is firing.
The engine block plate is often marked as 6 deggrees BTDC (before top dead centre). The middle mark is usually top dead centre. (the timing figure could be anything eg 8 deg BTDC..I am just usually an example figure)
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Posted on Oct 17, 2010
Hi, all vapour cannisters are of the same design. Fumes are drawn through a charcoal medium "and cleaned"plus the fumes condensate is absorbed by the treated charcoal The major differences in designs cover the physical size of the cannister and the layout of the fittings. In theory it is possible to fit any cannister to any vehicle using modifications to the cannister body / shell.
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Posted on Feb 01, 2011
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