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1998 Nissan frontier 2.4 ke motor head bolts torque spec
1998-2002 Nissan Frontier with 2.4 L KA24D and KA24DE class engines , Cylinder Head Bolts Tightening Procedure :- you have total of 10 bolts , 5 on the LH of engine and 5 on RH ( LH is the intake side and the RH is the exhaust side ) : starting from center LH #1 , #2 on RH center side , #3 LH front of #1 , #4 RH behind #2, #5 RH before #2 , #6 LH behind #1 , #7RH engine front corner , #8 LH end of engine corner, #9 LH front engine corner and final #10 bold is RH end of engine corner .
the Torque spec steps are as follows :
step A- tighten all bolts to 29N-M ( 3.0 kg-M or 22 Ft lb ) step B- tighten all bolts to 79 N-M ( 8.1 kg-M or 59 Ft ib )
step C- loosen all bolts completely .
step D- tighten all bolts again to 25 up to 34 N-M ( 2.5 up to 3.5 kg - M or 18 to 25 Ft lb )
step E- using angle wrench ( turn all bolts clockwise 86+ - degrees ) if you don't have an angle wrench ? do as follows : as final step : tighten all Bolts 75 up to 84 N-M ( 7.6 up to 8.6 Kg - M or 55 to 62 Ft lb ) .
end of procedure .
on Jun 18, 2019
I got a 98 nissan frontier and have brake fluid on
I recently tried the DIY service and repair manuals from a website and it actually helped me repair transmission problem in my jcb 3cx site-master. It would'nt move forward or reverse, engine was good both solenoids for forward and reverse worked, but still couldn't diagnose the problem.
I don't have much technical knowledge but I just followed it step-wise, and now it works perfect! covers wiring, codes, diagrams, torque specs, PCV, everything
got it from www.reliable-store.com
on Mar 22, 2018
Location Of Starter relay switch
sometimes its the simple things. On the foot pedal for the clutch are rubber grommets that push the switch in on the manual trans. they get old and fall off or develop holes in them so the switch does not get depressed.
on Mar 19, 2018
My brake light for my frontier truck will not go
DON'T REPLACE YOUR BREAK LIGHT SWITCH YET...
the 98 frontier break arm (what the pedal is attached to) has a MANUFACTURED "hole" through it that will allow the plunger of the break light switch to pass right thru. There is supposed to be a rubber "button" snapped into this hole, however, over time, dry rot and age will cause it to fall out. When this "snap in" button falls out, your break lights will stay on till the battery dies. This is another shining example of DTF engineering. (design to fail) Most cars now are filled with these little parts and they're purpose is to generate revenue.
Your break switch probably works.
1. look in the floor board for the button that fell out, it's about the same size as a button off your shirt.
2 Slide your hand up the break pedal arm till you find the "hole" I'm referring to. (you'll know it when you feel it)
3 Tape the damn button back into the hole with electrical tape, or tape a shirt button over the hole. that will work for a little while.
** remember ** if you are driving with break lights in this condition (on all the time)...no one knows when you're really stopping!!!
you can get a snap in rubber grommet to replace it at most hardware stores (I don't even want to know what Nissan would charge for this little part.)
**note** replacing it is easy if you start the truck first (power breaks) and have someone hold the pedal while you work on it!
on Oct 24, 2016
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