These videos are old now, most of the information is pretty handy, but I recommend following this guide http://www.zhome.com/ZCMnL/PICS/timingBelt/timingBelt.html .
Hey long time no upload,
My car is now back on the road and running great, never got the chance to get this uploaded. Anyway, I will probably make a video showing the final product along with a couple issues I am having.
1994 Nissan 300zx Engine Noise /Knocking Part 2 (fixed)
Here is the side that is making a large sound. It seems that a large part
of the sound is coming from the bearing or pulley in the middle top of the
Also, the timing belt seems like it is off.
(posted on my last video)
Found out the timing belt was way off and the auto Tensioner was not
The belt was fine so we just reused it.
Cleaned the auto Tensioner and re-positioned the valves, put it it back and
it ran smooth.
Leaving this video to others. Maybe someone had a problem and at least this
could be a start.
Z32 300zx tps calibration adjust
with switch off: get a paper clip and insert into the gray plug (right next
to the tps) where the white cable is located... connect the voltmeters
positive side to the papaer clip and connect the neg side to ground... with
switch on: unscrew the two phillips screws and mone colock or counterwise
as needed clockwise decreases and counterwise increases... get a volt rage
of 0.45v at closed throttle and 4.50v at WOT... once you got that volt
range, tighten the screws, remove volmeter and paperclip, unplug the gray
plug for 5 to 10 secs... plug back in and youre redy to roll... sometimes
youre gonna need to adjust your idle at iac valve...
1993 Nissan 300zx Convertible Bad Injector
I Notice Last Week My Z Lost Power, Feels Like Running In 5 Cylinders, I
Start Removing The Coil Pack Conectors 1 By 1 To Isolate Where Exactly is
The Problem, Cylinder 4 Was Misfiring Due A Bad Injector, I Hope This
Video Help To Z Owners To Spot A Misfire Cylinder, Follow Me For Updates
About Computers, Electronics And Sport Cars
Russell's 300ZX Walk Around and Engine Start
Engine Related Mods include:
88mm Wiseco Pistons (Ring Gaps set accordingly)
Eagle Forged Rods
Clevite Rod and Main Race Bearings
Arp Main Studs
Arp Head Studs
2860RS Garret BB turbos (Sport 700's)
Ash Spec V2 Massive SMICs
Ash Spec 2.5" Intercooler
Z1 2.5" Downpipes
Z1 2.5" Test Pipes
Greddy Sp2 Catback 2.5"
Nismo 740cc Injectors
Selin Dual Maf Translator
Dual JWT Pop Chargers
Eprom Base Tune
Spec Stage 5 Clutch/Pressure Plate
Nismo Pilot Bearing
Cooling Related Mods Include:
Koyo Aluminum Radiator
Earls Oil Cooler
Suspension Related Mods Include:
Tein Flex Coilovers
Suspension Techniques 29mm Front Sway Bar
Suspension Technique 21mm Rear Sway Bar
Ebay FUCA's (Need to get rid of those)
Tein Tension Rods (Caster Adjustment)
Braking Mods Include:
14" 6 Piston Front Rotora Big Brake Kit
Drilled Slotted Rear Rotors
Stainless Steel Brake Lines
Boost and Computer Management Mods
HKS EVC-S Boost Controller
Greddy turbo Timer
Finding If A Timing Belt Or Chain Is Worn.
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 45 years, shows how you can find out
if the timing belt or timing chain on your engine is worn. It's a
relatively expensive job replacing them, so you don't want to spend all
that money for nothing. It's a pretty simple job checking them for wear,
Once you know how to do it.
Timing Belt - the Forgotten Belt (by Dayco)
Timing Belt - the Forgotten Belt. This video stresses the importance of
checking and following the manufacturers recommended replacement interval
for the timing belt. Along with recommendations to replace the "hardware"
associated with the Timing Belt (Tensioner, Water Pump, and Idler Pulleys)
at the same time the Timing Belt is being replaced. To find out more
information on our Timing Belt, Timing Belt Kit, Water Pump Kit, and Timing
Component Kit, visit www.daycoproducts.com