Nissan 300ZX Experts

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Nissan 300ZX Questions

Biggmerv
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My Interior Lights, Power Door Locks, Cigarette Light And My Speedometer Do...

Also the blower works erratically. When I turn it on, it is hard to turn off..And the speedometer is acting weird. I could be cruising at 60mph, and it will read 125mph

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Lew23
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Where Is Internal Fuse Box For Nissan 300zx

Manual says there is a fuse box in the cabin. I can't locate it. Help

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Dawgbiscit
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Electrical Problem Nissan 300zx 1986

Trying to restore with my son. There are several electrical problems that may or may not be related. First, the blower motor for the AC does not have power at the fuse. The tachometer does not work...

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biscy
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How Do I Fix The Speedometer And Odometer On A 1987 300zx Turbo ,

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tire44_____
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Start A New Nissan 300zx Question.

I can unplug the cylinder head and the coolant temp sensors and the digital dash temp guage still works fine. Where is the guage sensor located on my 86 nissan 300zx. Non turbo Need help, tire44@chart...

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Older Nissan 300ZX

1985 Nissan 300ZX Overview
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1984 Nissan 300ZX Overview
1984 Nissan 300ZX
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Nissan 300ZX Overview

The Nissan 300ZX was introduced in 1984 and would span the third and fourth generations of Nissan's popular Z-car models. It featured a sleeker body and went from an inline 6 to a V6 engine. The 300ZX has a very loyal following, and many can still be seen on the road today. The 300ZX was known for its sharp styling and powerful engine, and yet was still considered affordable among sports car enthusiasts. The 300ZX has won many accolades, including the 1990 Import Car of the Year from Motor Trend. It has also done well on the racing circuit. The 300ZX was discontinued in 1996 to make way for the next Z-car, the 350Z.