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head bolts about 70lbs ,big end bolts use locktight and about 40lbs mains about 60 ,sorry if i am not very specific but you see i never use a torque wrench ,i sort of feel the stretch on the bolts threads ,

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Nov 16, 2018


Hello. Under your brake pedal is a switch with a plunger on, that activates your lights when depressed. Just follow up along the pedal and you will see (probably) a white switch. It sounds like the plunger switch is stuck in. These are quite cheap to replace and you might be able to prise the plunger switch out to turn the brake lights off

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Jul 01, 2018


the engine procedure will be found in the workshop manual for the nissan vehicle that uses that engine so nay nissan manual will be ok for the engine
taking that it is a v6 engine , problems he will encounter will be mating it to the transmission but that can be overcome by using a suitable transmission
as it is a v6 ( assumption ) and commodores run v 6 engines as oem equipment there will be no compliance problems for the engine swap ( regardless if it is not a v6 , engine for engine configuration is allowed but v8 for straight 6 or 4 or v6 comes in question )
however as to adding a turbo to the engine , that will only require an engineering ,modification plate to be attached to the vehicle and most speed shops have access to that inspection data
It will be best if a full overhaul is done on th engine as water in the sump is not always head gasket but corrosion holes behind the water pump impeller or leaking head studs threads that go into the water jackets

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Jun 07, 2017


fuel pumps are bad for going out on these.. does the fuel pump buzz when the key is in the ON position? but dont try starting it, you're just listening for the fuel pump to buzz...

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Jul 28, 2016


this is not too difucult if you have the tools and time. just uncomfortable because you will have to lay under the vehicle for part of it. start by removing the hubcap and in the center of the wheel you will find a large nut possibly with a cotter pin thru it. remove the pin and nut. the nut is large and usually tight so if you can do this you will probably make it thru the rest. next raise the front of the van, support it solidly on jackstands and remove the wheel. below the brake there is a nut with a cotter pin holding the lower ball joint to the control arm. remove them then use a ball joint seperator (pickle fork) and a very large hammer to seperate the ball joint. about half way up the back of the brake on the back is another nut and pin that hold the tie rod to the steering knuckle. remove the pin, nut and use the pickle fork again. now you should be able to pull the brake away from the van far enough to slide the axle out of the brake assembly. you may have to hit the end of the axle with a large hammer to free it from the brake. if reusing the axle place some wood over the end of the axle to save the threads. now use a large prybar and place the tip between the inner cv joint and the transmission and pry quick and hard to pull the axle out. use a drip pan under the transmission because some oil may come out. to install the new one push the new axle into the transmission and with a board over the outer end of the axle hit it streight in to seat the snap ring then assemble everything you took apart making sure all the nuts are as tight as you can get them.

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Jun 26, 2016


Nissan quest with engine 3.5. Go to autozone.com to get several different filter application numbers.

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 09, 2016


They have assembled the caliper incorrectly and the caliper isn't floating on the disc and is in hard contact. It created heat. Take it back.

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Feb 01, 2016


could have bent rim,,even thow,,balance was done,,depends on how mush weight was used to balance?? rotate tires from frt to rear,,see if problem still exits,,ck bearing play,,hoped it helped

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Sep 28, 2014


just leave the old one on the engine get a new one put it to other bolt

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014


The diagram is usually on the fan shroud, radiator support, or the under side of the hood.

1993 Nissan... | Answered on Jun 08, 2014

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