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The Nissan 240SX is a sports car that entered the North American market in 1989, known for its performance and appeal among drift racers and tuners. Produced over two generations, this rear-wheel-drive car is equipped with a 2.4L I4 engine, available in single and dual overhead camshaft variants. The popularity of the 240SX in drift racing has seen an increase in demand for genuine Nissan 240SX parts, often referred to as the drift tax. The vehicle came in two body styles - a hatchback and a coupe - each available in different trim levels. Characterized by a sloping front end, retractable headlights, long wheelbase, high performance, low weight, and balanced chassis, it became a drifting world favorite. In 1991, it underwent improvements for better brake cooling and durability, and the SOHC engine was replaced by a DOHC engine, yielding 155 hp and 160 lb-ft of torque. The spring of 1994 saw significant changes as only the coupe model was retained, the wheelbase was lengthened, overall length was reduced slightly, and weight increased marginally. The model also introduced fixed headlights in place of retractable ones and added two automatic airbags. Despite these changes, it retained its overall appearance and continued to be a staple in the drifting and tuning community.

Nissan 240SX, a high-performance sports car, often faces engine and suspension issues over time. According to the car repair statistics site,, owners report issues such as engine stalling or hesitating on acceleration, reduction in power and fuel economy, overheating, and failing emission tests. Additionally, a fuel odor and an activated Check Engine Light could indicate the need to inspect the fuel injector O-ring, fuel tank, drive belt, throttle cable, intake manifold gasket, and oil filter. Suspension and steering issues often present as loud or grinding noises while driving or turning, excessive vibration, steering fluid leaks, and difficulty steering, possibly indicating the need for replacements of the control arm shaft kit, coil spring insulator, and power steering hose. Maintaining your Nissan 240SX also involves routine checks of electrical parts, like the power window switch, wind regulator, door lock cylinder, and headlight switch, which wear out with use. Regular maintenance of other parts, like the headlight cover, headlight, wiper arm, and seat belt, is also necessary for optimal performance.

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Nissan 240SX Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: What are the components and functions of a typical spark plug?
    A: A spark plug, made of a metal shell and ceramic insulator, houses two electrodes with a gap for current to arc, igniting the air/fuel mix in the engine. The plug doesn't create the spark, but facilitates it. Datsun/Nissan plugs have a built-in resistor to reduce interference. Spark plug efficiency depends on engine condition and temperature, and they should be replaced every 30,000 miles. Worn plugs can cause misfiring and reduced performance. When replacing, remove one at a time, clean around the plug, check for wear and correct gap, lubricate threads, hand tighten, then use a socket. Reattach wires to correct plugs.
  • Q: When and how do I inspect and replace Distributor Rotor?
    A: The Datsun/Nissan electronic ignition system, introduced in 1975, evolved from a transistorized circuit to an Integrated Circuit system and later to a dual spark plug system to meet emission laws. It ignites the compressed gas in the cylinders at the precise moment using a spark from the spark plugs. Some models use a crankangle sensor in the distributor as part of the Electronic Concentrated Control System (E.C.C.S.), which requires no adjustments. Maintenance involves inspecting and replacing spark plug wires, rotor head, and distributor cap every 30,000 miles or 24 months. Diagnosis, testing, and parts replacement should follow service charts.
  • Q: How to remove and install fuel injectors and Fuel Rail on Nissan 240sx?
    A: First of all, you can release fuel pressure, and disconnect the battery cable. Then, disconnect the necessary hoses such as the injector harness connector and fuel hoses. Also, you can install new injectors with new hose clamps. Reassemble the fuel pipe assembly and reconnect all hoses and connections.