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Re: nissan ka24e will not start, it turns over. Its
Hmmm check your fuel pump relay and fuel pump fuse... once fine u need to check the pump itself,, to do this,,
1.) remove hose leading into fuel filter 2.) place in a glass jar 3.) turn ignition on only for a few seconds,, fuel will pump into the jar,, if not check the fuse and relay again,, if thats ok you will need to replace the fuel pump,, its mounted on top of the gas tank..
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The link will show you what it looks like. If you follow the leads back from the spark plugs, that will take you to the distributor 9a circular cap with 5 wires). In the centre of the distributer, there is a single lead, follow that one and it will take you to the ignition coil. 1987 Nissan Pulsar NX Ignition Coil Hitachi
Sense ur a new u what to mark ur wires one by one as you changed it just in case . Change spark as u go whit it the cables r all in leng the same as ur old ones . U should have any problems I believe. In u.
If there is no spark to the plugs, you may have inadvertently blown a fuse for the ignition system when changing other parts. Check the fuses in the box under the dash or under the bonnet. Also have a look and make sure the little carbon brush pickup hasn't fallen out of the distributor cap. Its the little black thing in the middle inside of the cap. It is spring loaded and sometimes can fall out.
Hi there: Check this removal procedure (See Figures 1 through 5)
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Unfasten the retaining clips (only remove the coil wire if necessary) and lift the distributor cap straight off. It will be easier to install the distributor if the spark plug wiring is left connected to the cap. If the plug wires must be removed from the cap, mark their positions to aid in installation.
Remove the dust cover and mark the position of the rotor relative to the distributor body; then mark the position of the distributor body relative to the engine block.
Detach the harness assembly connector.
Remove the pinch-bolt and lift the distributor straight out, away from the engine. The rotor and body are marked so that they can be returned to the position from which they were removed. Do not turn or disturb the engine (unless absolutely necessary) after the distributor assembly has been removed.
Exploded view of the distributor assembly-6-cylinder engine
Align the mark on the housing with the mark on the shaft-VG30i and VG30E engines
After the distributor assembly has been installed, the rotor should be in this position-VG30i and VG30E engines
After the distributor assembly has been installed, the rotor should be in this position-KA24E engine
INSTALLATIONTiming Not Disturbed
Insert the distributor in the block and align ALL matchmarks made during removal.
Engage the distributor driven gear with the distributor drive.
Install the distributor clamp and secure it with the pinch-bolt.
Install the distributor cap and fasten the harness electrical connector.
If necessary, install the spark plug wires and coil wire.
Start the engine. Check the timing and adjust it if necessary.
It is necessary to place the No. 1 cylinder in the firing position to correctly install the distributor. To locate this position, the ignition timing marks on the crankshaft front pulley can be used.
Remove the No. 1 cylinder spark plug. Turn the crankshaft until the piston in the No. 1 cylinder is moving up on the compression stroke. This can be determined by placing your thumb over the spark plug hole and feeling the air being forced out of the cylinder. Stop turning the crankshaft when the timing marks indicate TDC or 0 .
Oil the distributor housing lightly where the distributor bears on the cylinder block.
Install the distributor so that the rotor, which is mounted on the shaft, points toward the No. 1 spark plug terminal tower position when the cap is installed. Of course, you won't be able to see the direction in which the rotor is pointing if the cap is installed, so lay the cap on the top of the distributor and make a mark on the side of the distributor housing just below the No. 1 spark plug terminal. Make sure that the rotor points toward that mark when you install the distributor.
On the VG30i and VG30E engines, align the mark on the distributor shaft with the protruding mark on the housing.
When the distributor shaft has reached the bottom of the hole, gently move the rotor back and forth slightly until the driving lug on the end of the shaft enter the slots cut in the end of the oil pump shaft and the distributor assembly slides down into place.
On the VG30i and VG30E engines, the distributor rotor tip should be in the 11 o'clock position.
Fasten the distributor hold-down bolt.
Install the spark plug into the No. 1 spark plug hole.
Install the distributor cap and engage the harness electrical connector.
If necessary, attach the spark plug wires and coil wire.
Start the engine. Check the timing and adjust it if necessary.
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Does the rotor turn? I would check that out. Take the cap off, have someone crank the engine and watch the rotor to see if it's turning. If it does then try a new cap and rotor. If it does not, I would suspect timing belt. Hope this helps, TJ
Get yourself a female spade connector and five feet #12 AUTOMOTIVE WIRE. unplug the wire at the starter solenold. Plug in the five foot cord you made. Remove the distribitor cap. Turn the ignition switch on. Now take the other end of that extension wire and ark the positive battery. This will turn the engine over so you can watch the distribitor action. If this funtions ok, replace the cap. Now take one of the spark plug wires and stick a long screwdriver into it. Place it close to a ground source. Repeat turning over the engine with the ignition on. You should be getting good spark here. If ok here, check your fuel source. Turn off the ignition. Break the fuel line loose from the fuel rail. Turn on the ignition and the fuel should spurt out real good. Try these.