Question about 1996 Nissan 240SX
Check your mounts - transmission and differential mounts sound somewhat likely, but I'd bet that your 240, like my 300ZX, has a two-piece driveshaft and that the center bearing has worn out. This happened on my Z. The options were to replace the joint, which I didn't feel was worth the effort, buy a new shaft for about $800 from a dealer (nope), or buy an aftermarket one-piece shaft for $193 shipped (I did this - Powertrain Industries sent it). Take a look at the diff and transmission mounts, but my bet is on the center bearing of the driveshaft.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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