Question about Nissan Stanza
Both run the same firing order.The common fault with these 8 plugs engines is the distributor rotor.Remove the dist cap first.
To remove the rotor you may have to 'bump' the engine over to reveal the screw or small bolt that is on the shaft side of the rotor.Sometimes there is a plastic cover to remove also to see this.
Inspect closely and you should see a burn track or hole from one side of rotor to the other 4 firing ring.
It causes backfiring and rough running/starting.
To replace it ensure that you get the right one as there are quite a few variations of shaft size and shape.I hope this helps you,or get back to me with your findings.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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