Question about 2005 Nissan 350Z
Hi have had a new lightened balanced flywheel fitted to my 03 plated nissan 350 z , do i need to have the idle speed/revs adjusted, I believe its only possible on the 03 model. the car is also a grey import to the UK. If so i would presume its main dealer + approximately how long do you thin it would take. Thanks JH
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The idle speed is computer controled, it is not adjustable, you most likely have sludge in the throttle valve and the idle speed control air bypass valve, clean them with carb spray with the engine running.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
topmarincons: In checking this car for flywheels available, Nissan only lists one part number 12310-2Y910. I could find no other references or part numbers superseding this one.
When you list a single sheave, it sounds more like you are describing a front crank pulley. Again, in researching part numbers, I could only come up with one number :12303-31U10. It is commonly referred to as a "Harmonic balancer". In looking at an exploded parts diagram, it shows a serpentine type pulley."Single sheave". As far as sources: This particular part rarely fails.
New, it, dealer retail price is $234.33
Check with salvage yards, you can buy them for a fraction of that price. Another option is to buy an "UNDER DRIVE" unit. This is a part which will add horse power by cutting down on some of the rotating mass, yet not affect that crankshaft harmonics which would affect it at high RPM's. "UNORTHODOX" racing, on-line I believe is one source. Good luck.......
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: electric window
andre, if the window works some times, it is not a fuse, or the motor, or a reset, it is probably just a bad window switch, (most common)..should be able to change without panel removal..good luck
Posted on May 22, 2009
you have to have the plug on the floor to add the new seat .It plug in to the electric make work ore you have to have the dealer do this for you if not there, Do web search on Junk Yard dog,com for one your cars that year that been crash see you get the eletric seat half price then what the dealer has.
You have post what you need year make model on the site. You have post what you wanted alos the kinda seat it is.
But you need the plug to hook up first.
seat are bolted on 4 nuts screwed the bottom the floor and normal has plug for electric seats
Hope this give you idea what your looking for
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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