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Sparkplug removel I have a 1988 nissan 300 zx turbo one of the plugs feels tighter and tighter as I try to remove it any suggestions?

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Probably carbon build up spray penetrating oil around plug and work in and out.

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I think I have triggered an alarm in my 1988 Nissan 300 ZX and would like to know if anyone knows what it is? There is a small red light now flashing on my dashboard next to my stereo- (It never used


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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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