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350z rear endlinks noise fix

changed endlinks on 350z making too much noise used stock version but didnt not last long, now have whiteline version, sorry about video quality and sound using my iphone to make video


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How To Install Raceland Nissan 350Z Coilovers
Front: 1. To start, remove the front wheel from the vehicle. 2. Disconnect the sensor lines from the strut body by pulling the rubber bushing away from the strut. 3. Remove the brake line from the strut body by removing the single OEM nut. 4. Remove the nut and bolt holding the strut fork to the lower control arm. 5. Detach the sway bar endlink from the lower control arm. 6. In order for enough suspension droop to allow the strut to be pulled out you will need to unbolt the upper control arm. Do so by removing the two bolts on each side of the strut. 7. Under the hood, remove the three nuts on each side of the strut tower bar to remove the bar. It may be necessary to unclip lines from the strut bar before removal. 8. Unbolt the three nuts holding the OEM suspension to the strut tower and the strut will now be free to remove from the vehicle. 9. Slide the Raceland coilover into the strut tower and align the top mount's studs into place. 10. With the supplied nuts, bolt the strut's top mount to the strut tower. 11. Place the strut bar back into place and bolt down with the factory hardware. Re-clip any lines that were detached from strut bar. 12. Reinstall the two upper control arm bolts to secure the arm to the vehicle. 13. Bolt the strut fork to the lower control arm using the factory hardware. 14. Attach the sway bar endlink back to the lower control arm. 15. Attach the sensor lines to the coilover body by pressing the bushings onto the coilover bracket. 16. Remount the brake line to the coilover using the factory nut. 17. You can now reinstall the front wheel as this corner's installation is complete. Rear: 1. To begin the rear, remove the rim from the vehicle. 2. Remove the nut and bolt holding the spring cup to the hub. Keep in mind the spring will be loaded so it is a good idea to have a jack underneath to release the tension. 3. Remove the spring from spring cup. 4. Detach the shock fork from the control arm by removing the factory nut and bolt. 5. Remove the two bolts holding the rear shock's top mount to the shock tower and the shock can be pulled from the vehicle. 6. Place the Raceland coilover into the shock tower and align the mounting studs to the top mount. Reinstall the two nuts to secure the mount to the tower. 7. Bolt the strut fork to the control arm using the factory hardware. 8. Lift the spring cup back onto the hub and reinstall the nut and bolt. Please note that no spring will be installed back into the factory spring position. 9. Reinstall the rear wheel as the installation for this rear is complete.

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Nissan 350Z Bushing Walk, AKA clunk while braking
This is the Front Lower control arm bushing that was causing a clunk every time you pressed the brake petal. Worn bushings = Noise

DIY: Engine Bay Washing
Video tutorial on how to wash dirt, grease, or grim away from your engine bay. Make sure your engine is cool when you do this procedure. Spray the solution onto the engine and around the engine bay, let it soak for approximately 5 minutes, then continue to rinse off with hose or pressure washer. Let engine dry for a few hours to prevent the vehicle from running rough. This particular video was done on a 2000 Subaru Outback 4 cylinder wagon. The soap I used in this video is called Spray Nine, but I'm sure there is other cleaners available which will do the same job. Areas to take caution around when washing: -alternator -coils/distributor -spark plugs -spark plug wires -fuse panel -oil filling places (engine oil, transmission oil, power steering) -brake fluid reservoir -intake -air filter To protect any areas you are worried about water entering, you can cover it up with a plastic bag. Procedure: -making sure your engine is cool, open the hood and spray the engine down with the Spray Nine cleaner -let it soak for 3-5 minutes -using a pressure washer, wash the soap, dirt, grease, grim off the engine being careful about the areas I cautioned about above -if there is still some dirt remaining, you can respray the area with soap and pressure wash it again -harder areas you can scrub down with a brush -leaving the hood open, let the engine bay air dry -using compressed air or a wet/dry shop-vac, you can speed up the drying process Thank you to all those who watch my videos and support my content. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel for future tutorial videos and like my video if you found it helpful. New videos are always being uploaded every week! Please LIKE my Facebook page @ http://www.facebook.com/pages/4Diyers/106898752724865 or FOLLOW me on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/4DIYers © 4DIYers 2013 All Rights Reserved No part of this video or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of the author.

Nissan 350Z Subwoofer and Amplifier Removal 2003-2005
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Mazdaspeed 3 Corksport Swaybar End Links
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Nissan 350z Coilover Suspension Fitting Guide How To. (Z33) HSD DualTech.
We fitted a set of HSD DualTech Coilovers to a Z33 Nissan 350z. These are the more affordable HSD kit at £500 available from driftworks.com. It's one hell of a kit for the money, and the car rides superbly. There is also an even better HSD MonoPro kit that uses Monotube dampers and a full coilover rear strut available from Driftworks..

Fixing A Creaking Car
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 45 years, shows how you can stop your car from creaking. Sometimes all it takes is a little grease and a few minutes of your time. And, If you like my car help, be sure to watch my live car talk show every Saturday morning at 10 AM CST on YouTube. I answer your car questions LIVE there. Just check it out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VognjkYaMjg&list=UUuxpxCCevIlF-k-K5YU8XPA&f eature=c4-overview . And remember, every TUESDAY I upload a new video, so don't miss them.

Project Import: Whiteline Differential Bushings KDT911 Infiniti G35
Taking a look at Whiteline differential bushings for 03-08 G35/350Z part # KDT911. As you can see the OEM unit is a fluid filled bushing, which can wear break down under high performance applications.

DIY Video: 2003 G35 Power Steering Rack Replacement Part 1 of 2
In this video we demonstrate how to remove the vehicle sub frame assembly, free the power steering lines, disconnect the outer tie rod ends from the steering knuckle, and drain the power steering fluid.

My 350z Rebuild
Bought this car totaled, had a shop pull the frame and my old man and I did the rest. Still far from done with her, more vids to come. Enjoy!

How to fix: CJ Lancer creaking/noisy front end, sway bar end link
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Sway Bar End Link Install
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Nissan Solutions: Patented Diff Mount/Removal Tool
Nissan 350Z/370Z or Infiniti G35/G37 or FX35/FX45. Our DF101 can save you over $3200 on labor and hours of your own time. Visit Nissansolutions.com today for more details!!

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