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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #100 on: October 10, 2005, 04:58:58 PM »
Somebody shed some light ,, i saw a sr20 in an ole bluebird,. it had a carb on it that looked to be factory ???

Sr20's came Carb'd ?

Yes there are Carb'd versions of the SR18/20 [whistle].

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #101 on: October 10, 2005, 11:34:40 PM »
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #102 on: October 11, 2005, 10:08:26 AM »
Yep older ones did
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #103 on: November 14, 2005, 04:21:43 PM »
Hey guys i need some help. I have a 96 Bluebird SSS with a SR18 engine and EU14 chassis, i want to find the user for parts manual for it.
i need to start getting my car back in shape, but its easier when i can pinpoint the changes i need to make. mainly in my front end area. hwlp m out pleeeeze!!!!

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #104 on: November 14, 2005, 05:18:18 PM »
That year bluebird sgares the same front suspension with the 1990-2000 Primeras
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #105 on: January 1, 2006, 06:15:52 PM »
ERROR DOES NOT BECOME TRUTH BY REASON OF MULTIPLIED PROPAGATION, NOR DOES TRUTH BECOME ERROR BECAUSE NOBODY SEES IT.

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #106 on: February 20, 2006, 02:00:41 PM »
This is an interesting article on engine vacuum, a must read in my opinion [nod].


http://www.tracyvette.com/enginevacuum.html

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #107 on: March 2, 2006, 09:36:35 PM »
Downloads of factory service manuals and lots more
http://phatg20.net/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=65 [2thumbsup]
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« Reply #108 on: March 3, 2006, 10:39:03 AM »
Downloads of factory service manuals and lots more
http://phatg20.net/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=65 [2thumbsup]

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #109 on: March 3, 2006, 08:19:14 PM »
ERROR DOES NOT BECOME TRUTH BY REASON OF MULTIPLIED PROPAGATION, NOR DOES TRUTH BECOME ERROR BECAUSE NOBODY SEES IT.

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #110 on: March 4, 2006, 10:15:28 AM »
Downloads of factory service manuals and lots more
http://phatg20.net/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=65 [2thumbsup]


MONTI you the foolish man [notworthy] [notworthy] [notworthy] [2thumbsup]....after d/l'ing it and sitting on the manual for a while I just ran thru it and compared it to another FSM that I had, clearing up some serious questions I had.....I hope all the Nissan tuners on the forum run thru this link, cause it's worth it's weight in gold [wave].

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #111 on: March 4, 2006, 11:43:41 AM »
i have my manuals but when i went to the link my manual was an .exe file so i got  [worried] [worried]
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #112 on: March 5, 2006, 11:06:03 AM »
More links to NISSAN FACTORY SERVICE MANUALS.
Found these on another site. Havent tried the yet but i still decided to send on the links
Factory Service Manual B13
http://www.fatrabbitclub.com/B13_service_manual.zip

Factory Service Manual B14
http://nelp.net/slayer/FSM.zip

B15 FSM 2000 (Sentra XE/GXE/SE 2.0 - QG18 & SR20)
http://www.nicholsondigital.com/b15/B152000FSM.zip

B15 FSM 2002 (Sentra XE/GXE/SE-R/Spec-V - QG18 & QR25)
http://www.nicholsondigital.com/b15/sentraFSM.zip
http://www.ridgeview-apts.com/spec/sentra.zip
http://www.southern-shift.com/manual.htm


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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #113 on: March 6, 2006, 09:54:28 AM »
Monti, we already said that u were da MAN.

U dont hav 2 prove anythin anymore dude. U want we go mad from information overload!?!?!? [wacko]

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #114 on: March 6, 2006, 04:37:34 PM »
Here's a nice little web tool, used to calculate CR, Combustion Chamber Volume, etc. Might be helpful for the technical persons in the forum.

http://www.csgnetwork.com/compcalc.html

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« Reply #115 on: March 8, 2006, 04:51:30 PM »
Below you will find an excerpt from Nissan Performance Magazine. As I do my usual browsing in the quest for more knowledge and power [eyebrows], I came across it, makes for very good reading, if you're the technical type but still simple enough that the novice can understand.

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Q:  I recently purchased a 2002 Spec V. The car is incredible but the only problem I have is the rev limiter that smacks you in the face every shift- is there anything I can do to remove the limiter?

I've been hearing about swapping the SR20 crankshaft into the QR25. Is this a possibility?



Sarah:  I see these two questions more than anything. The QR25 was designed for power and torque through a wide powerband while reducing reciprocating weight and minimizing friction. This is why lightweight, thin internals were used in production. Unfortunately, they aren't strong enough to handle high rpm running. The long 100 mm stroke and short 143 mm rod generates a very high piston speed of 23 meters per second. At 6900 rpm, the QR's piston speed is equivalent to about 8000 rpm on the SR. The high piston speed and short dwell time at TDC produces a low volumetric efficiency because there is less time to fill the cylinders, making it hard for the engine to breathe at high rpm. Liken this to your engine hyperventilating. Try gasping for air. You're taking short breathes which don't allow your lungs to fill. The small 45mm rod journal diameters (48mm on an SR) creates too small a bearing area risking spun rod bearings. Lightweight slipper skirt pistons were designed for efficiency, not strength, by minimizing reciprocating mass. Low tension rings placed high on the piston reduce hydrocarbon emissions but engine detonation, even slight pinging, could easily bend or crack the piston's ring land given the high ring position. The low revlim and 6200 rpm fuel cut are sparing you from blowing your engine.

Using the QR crank, the highest obtainable revlim with the 100 mm stroke is about 7,000 rpm due to the piston speed limit. Modifications that would probably have to be done to obtain this level of rpm are stronger connecting rods, removed balance shafts (see below), forged pistons, cams, a lower ring position, and a new oil system to increase oil flow to the rod bearings. Lightweight aluminum low tension valve springs need to be replaced with stiffer aftermarket ones. For forced induction setups, squeezing a lot of NOS, or trying to get a revlim higher than 6900 rpm, block guards or Darton sleeves should be used to prevent the cylinder walls from flexing due to the open block construction (which improves hydrocarbon emissions due to a more even distribution of heat around the tops of the cylinders).

Some options that have been considered for getting a higher redline have been to replace the QR crank with one from an SR20DE. The QR's 100mm stroke and 143.05mm connecting rod length yields a 1.43 rod to stroke ratio, the lowest of any Nissan engine and possibly the lowest of any production engine on the market! A short rod to stroke ratio produces a motor with great low end torque but remember, it doesn't breathe as well in the top end. Taking advantage of the QR's tall deck height which can accommodate a longer rod for any given stroke, by using an SR20 crank which has an 86mm stroke and 136.3mm connecting rods, would produce a QR with it's high flow head and about 2150cc displacement. The shorter stroke and longer rod would be better for high rpm power. Aftermarket stroker cranks for the SR20 like JUN's 92mm stroke and JWT's soon to be released 94.4mm ones could increase that displacement to 2300cc-2450cc with a longer than stock rod to stroke ratio of 1.444-1.48. The increased displacement over using a stock SR crank would produce more power because you can burn more gas with each revolution. This mod is mostly for those with heavy wallets. You would have to buy the cheap stock SR20 crank or more expensive aftermarket stroker SR20 crank and spend a few hundred for some block notching, cut down the front post, custom machining, modify the thrust bearing and a custom flywheel. The ring gear on the QR25 flywheel sits differently than that of the SR20. Of course getting a custom QR billet crank made would cost in the thousands so it's a matter of how full your piggy bank is after paying your bills. One other option is using the JDM QR20DE crank which could drop right in the QR25. The bore is the same as the QR25DE (89mm) but it uses an 80.3mm stroke producing a slower piston speed. This could produce a 2000cc motor that could rev as high as 8500 rpm!

In the end, is it worth changing out the crank? Well, that depends on what your goals are. For street driving, road racing, rally racing, and autocross, it's probably better to tune the QR25 motor within the rpm range the 100mm stroke will allow to take advantage of the low end torque and wide powerband. To run a race class that requires a displacement less than 2500cc or to race as a drag car and get as much peak horsepower as possible, a shorter stroke would help but you would lose some torque at low rpm.
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #116 on: April 15, 2006, 10:11:20 PM »
In an effort to clean up the sticky seciton of the forum, I thought I'd carry this over to this thread and drop that topic back to regular status.

Here is a link to the original topic for reference...

http://www.wheelsjamaica.com/wheels_forum/index.php?topic=121.0

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Before you can perform the diagnostics you will need to find the diagnostic connector that the Nissan Consult tool plugs into, it is located in the fuse rack below the steering wheel inside the car. It is a gray plug and looks like this

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|o|oo|oo|oo|
|o|oo|oo|oo|
   ------------
turn on the ignition(do not start the car) then short out pins 8 and 9 (IGN and CHK) with a piece of wire for a second or two then remove the wire like so.

   ------------
|o|oo|oo|oo|
|x|xo|oo|oo|
   ------------

 this places the computer in diagnostic mode and it will flash a series of codes using the check engine light on the dashboard.

The flashes will be in a series of long and short flashes, the long flashes represents the first digit and the sort flash the second. if you get 5 long and 5 short flashes everything is fine. All the codes are below, sorry about the formatting. To get out of diagnostic mode just turn off the ignition, this diagnostic procedure also resets the computer.


95 models:


11* 
Camshaft position sensor / circuit
Check the camshaft position sensor and circuit
 
12   
Mass airflow sensor/circuit
Mass airflow sensor source or ground circuit(s) may  be shorted or open.   Check the mass airflow sensor or circuit.
 
13
 Coolant temperature sensor
 Coolant sensor or circuit may be shorted or open.  Check the coolant temperature sensor & circuit.
 
14*
 Vehicle speed sensor
 Vehicle speed sensor signal circuit is open.
 
21*
 Ignition signal
 The ignition signal in the primary circuit is not entered during engine cranking or running (See a dealer service department or other qualified repair shop).
 
28
 Overheat condition
 Check the cooling fans & circuits.
 
31
 ECM control unit
 ECM input signal is beyond "normal" range (See a dealer service department or other qualified repair shop).
 
32
 EGR function
 EGR control valve does not operate.
 
33
 Oxygen sensor
 Oxygen sensor circuit is open.
 
34*
 Knock sensor
 Knock sensor circuit is open or shorted.
 
35
 Exhaust gas temperature sensor
 Exhaust gas temperature sensor circuit is open or shorted.
 
36
 EGRC-BPT valve problem
 Check this component & its circuit.
 
37
 Closed loop operation
 Front oxygen sensor malfunction, or circuit malfunction shorted or open.
 
41
 Intake air temperature
 Check sensor & sensor malfunction circuit.
 
43
 Throttle position sensor (TPS)
 TPS circuit is open or shorted.
 
55*
 EFI system
 Normal operation. No problems are detected.
 
65
 Misfire on cylinder 4
 Check #4 spark plug wire and cap terminal.
 
66
 Misfire on cylinder 3
 Check #3 spark plug wire and cap terminal.
 
67
 Misfire on cylinder 2
 Check #2 spark plug wire and cap terminal.
 
68
 Misfire on cylinder 1
 Check #1 spark plug wire and cap terminal.
 
71
 Random misfire
 Check ignition system components.
 
72
 Catalytic converter system problem
 Refer the vehicle to a specialist.
 
76
 Fuel injection system problem
 Refer the vehicle to a specialist.
 
77
 Rear oxygen sensor problem
 Check the component and its circuit.
 
82
 Crankshaft position sensor signal problem
 Check the component and its circuit.
 
84
 A/T diagnostic communications line
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
91
 Front oxygen sensor heater problem
 Check the component and its circuit.
 
95
 Crank P/S COG
 Refer the vehicle to a specialist.
 
98
 Coolant temperature sensor out of range
 Check the component & its circuit.
 
103
 Park / neutral switch malfunction
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
105
 EGRC solenoid
 Check the component and its circuit.
 
111
 Inhibitor switch
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
112
 Vehicle speed sensor, A/T
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
113
 A/T first signal
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
114
 A/T second signal
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
115
 A/T third signal
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
118**
 Shift solenoid, A/T
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
121**
 Shift solenoid, A/T
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
123
 Overrun clutch, A/T
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
124
 Torque converter clutch
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
125
 Line pressure, A/T
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
126
 Throttle position sensor, A/T
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
127
 Engine speed signal to A/T
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 
128
 A/T fluid temperature sensor
 Refer vehicle to an automatic transaxle specialist.
 

* These codes do not illuminate the check engine light, but it is possible to retrieve them from the ECU.

** The Haynes manual has these two codes listed this way.


If your car was made before 1995 you will have a smaller subset of the 1995 codes.

My Car which was made in 1990 has several different diagnostics procedures, one for the ECCS, one for the Transmission, one for the HICAS, and even one for the Climate Controll system. the HICAS one is really cool as you get to see the back wheels turn.  ;D

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #117 on: April 16, 2006, 06:49:37 PM »
More factory service manuals s13,s14, R32GT-R,RNN14Pulsar GTI-R with SR20DET (4wd) etc
http://www.zeroyon.com/index/content/view/24/47/
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« Reply #118 on: April 16, 2006, 06:52:01 PM »
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #119 on: May 8, 2006, 07:13:37 PM »
Below you will find an excerpt from Nissan Performance Magazine. As I do my usual browsing in the quest for more knowledge and power [eyebrows], I came across it, makes for very good reading, if you're the technical type but still simple enough that the novice can understand.

Enjoy




Q: I recently purchased a 2002 Spec V. The car is incredible but the only problem I have is the rev limiter that smacks you in the face every shift- is there anything I can do to remove the limiter?

I've been hearing about swapping the SR20 crankshaft into the QR25. Is this a possibility?



Sarah: I see these two questions more than anything. The QR25 was designed for power and torque through a wide powerband while reducing reciprocating weight and minimizing friction. This is why lightweight, thin internals were used in production. Unfortunately, they aren't strong enough to handle high rpm running. The long 100 mm stroke and short 143 mm rod generates a very high piston speed of 23 meters per second. At 6900 rpm, the QR's piston speed is equivalent to about 8000 rpm on the SR. The high piston speed and short dwell time at TDC produces a low volumetric efficiency because there is less time to fill the cylinders, making it hard for the engine to breathe at high rpm. Liken this to your engine hyperventilating. Try gasping for air. You're taking short breathes which don't allow your lungs to fill. The small 45mm rod journal diameters (48mm on an SR) creates too small a bearing area risking spun rod bearings. Lightweight slipper skirt pistons were designed for efficiency, not strength, by minimizing reciprocating mass. Low tension rings placed high on the piston reduce hydrocarbon emissions but engine detonation, even slight pinging, could easily bend or crack the piston's ring land given the high ring position. The low revlim and 6200 rpm fuel cut are sparing you from blowing your engine.

Using the QR crank, the highest obtainable revlim with the 100 mm stroke is about 7,000 rpm due to the piston speed limit. Modifications that would probably have to be done to obtain this level of rpm are stronger connecting rods, removed balance shafts (see below), forged pistons, cams, a lower ring position, and a new oil system to increase oil flow to the rod bearings. Lightweight aluminum low tension valve springs need to be replaced with stiffer aftermarket ones. For forced induction setups, squeezing a lot of NOS, or trying to get a revlim higher than 6900 rpm, block guards or Darton sleeves should be used to prevent the cylinder walls from flexing due to the open block construction (which improves hydrocarbon emissions due to a more even distribution of heat around the tops of the cylinders).

Some options that have been considered for getting a higher redline have been to replace the QR crank with one from an SR20DE. The QR's 100mm stroke and 143.05mm connecting rod length yields a 1.43 rod to stroke ratio, the lowest of any Nissan engine and possibly the lowest of any production engine on the market! A short rod to stroke ratio produces a motor with great low end torque but remember, it doesn't breathe as well in the top end. Taking advantage of the QR's tall deck height which can accommodate a longer rod for any given stroke, by using an SR20 crank which has an 86mm stroke and 136.3mm connecting rods, would produce a QR with it's high flow head and about 2150cc displacement. The shorter stroke and longer rod would be better for high rpm power. Aftermarket stroker cranks for the SR20 like JUN's 92mm stroke and JWT's soon to be released 94.4mm ones could increase that displacement to 2300cc-2450cc with a longer than stock rod to stroke ratio of 1.444-1.48. The increased displacement over using a stock SR crank would produce more power because you can burn more gas with each revolution. This mod is mostly for those with heavy wallets. You would have to buy the cheap stock SR20 crank or more expensive aftermarket stroker SR20 crank and spend a few hundred for some block notching, cut down the front post, custom machining, modify the thrust bearing and a custom flywheel. The ring gear on the QR25 flywheel sits differently than that of the SR20. Of course getting a custom QR billet crank made would cost in the thousands so it's a matter of how full your piggy bank is after paying your bills. One other option is using the JDM QR20DE crank which could drop right in the QR25. The bore is the same as the QR25DE (89mm) but it uses an 80.3mm stroke producing a slower piston speed. This could produce a 2000cc motor that could rev as high as 8500 rpm!

In the end, is it worth changing out the crank? Well, that depends on what your goals are. For street driving, road racing, rally racing, and autocross, it's probably better to tune the QR25 motor within the rpm range the 100mm stroke will allow to take advantage of the low end torque and wide powerband. To run a race class that requires a displacement less than 2500cc or to race as a drag car and get as much peak horsepower as possible, a shorter stroke would help but you would lose some torque at low rpm.

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #120 on: September 29, 2006, 12:20:52 PM »
this is one of the best threads on wheels.
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« Reply #121 on: November 12, 2006, 01:07:00 AM »
not sure if this was already posted....but very good info [2thumbsup], enjoy.
http://www.sr20forum.com/showthread.php?t=132608

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #122 on: November 13, 2006, 04:09:36 PM »

Nice listing of cars and specifications...

http://www.cars-directory.net/specs/nissan/

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« Reply #123 on: November 13, 2006, 10:57:12 PM »
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #124 on: November 14, 2006, 09:20:37 PM »
Dont even know what to use as the title so here goes

http://www.silviansw.com/engines.php

Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
A10 A10 ??? A14 na na
J710 J710 ??? L14 na na
T12 T12 ??? CA16E na na
T12 RT12 ??? CA18DET na na
T12 PT12 ??? CA18E na na
T12 PT12 ??? CA18ET na na
S13 KRS13 180SX CA18DET FR, 4WS 1/91-8/98
S13 RS13 180SX CA18DET FR 1/91-8/98
S13 KRPS13 180SX SR20DET FR, 4WS 1/91-8/99
S13 RPS13 180SX Type S, Type G SR20DE FR 1/91-8/99
S13 RPS13 180SX Type X SR20DET FR 1/91-8/99
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
S12 S12 200SX CA18E FR na
S13 KRS13 200SX CA18DET FR, 4WS 1/89-4/93
S14 S14 200SX SR20DET FR 10/93-12/98
S12 S12 200SX Turbo CA18ET FR na
S13 ?PS13 240SX KA24DE FR 1/91-12/93
S13 ?S13 240SX KA24E FR 1/89-12/90
S14 ?S14 240SX KA24DE FR 1/95-12/98
S13 ?KRPS13 240SX Fastback KA24DE FR, 4WS 1/91-12/93
S13 ?RS13 240SX Fastback KA24DE FR 1/91-12/93
S13 ?RS13 240SX Fastback KA24E FR 1/89-12/90
Z32 Z32 300ZX VG30DE FR 10/89-8/96
Z32 GZ32 300ZX 2+2 VG30DE FR 10/89-8/96
Z32 HZ32 300ZX Convertible VG30DE FR 7/92-10/95
Z32 CZ32 300ZX Turbo VG30DETT FR 10/89-8/96
Y10 Y10 AD Wagon GA15DE na 6/95-
Y10 Y10 AD Wagon SR18DE, CD20 na 5/96-
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
L30 L30 Altima KA24DE FF 10/97-10/01
U13 PU13 Altima KA24DE FF 1/93-9/97
W10 SW10 Avenir CD20T FF 5/90-8/95
W10 W10 Avenir SR18Di, SR18DE FF 5/90-8/95
W10 PNW10 Avenir SR20DE AWD 5/90-8/95
W10 PW10 Avenir SR20DE FF 5/90-8/95
W10 SW10 Avenir Salut CD20T FF 8/95-
W10 W10 Avenir Salut SR18DE FF 8/95-
W10 PNW10 Avenir Salut SR20DE AWD 8/95-
W10 PW10 Avenir Salut SR20DE FF 8/95-
W10 PNW10 Avenir Salut Turbo SR20DET AWD 8/95-
910 P910 Bluebird Z18ET FR na
910 Y910 Bluebird Z20 FR na
910 YJ910 Bluebird Z20 FR na
G610 G610 Bluebird L20 FR na
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
G810 G810 Bluebird L20 FR 
U12 RNU12 Bluebird CA18DE AWD 9/87-10/89
U12 U12 Bluebird CA18DS FF 10/89-9/91
U12 RU12 Bluebird CA18i, CA18DE FF 10/89-9/91
U12 SU12 Bluebird LD20 FF 10/89-9/91
U12 ENU12 Bluebird SR18Di AWD 9/87-9/91
U12 EU12 Bluebird SR18Di FF 9/87-9/91
U12 HU12 Bluebird SR20DE FF 10/89-9/91
U13 SNU13 Bluebird CD20 AWD 9/91-1/96
U13 SU13 Bluebird CD20 FF 9/91-1/96
U13 U13 Bluebird GA16DS FF 9/91-1/96
U13 PU13 Bluebird KA24DE FF 9/91-1/96
U13 ENU13 Bluebird SR18DE AWD 9/91-1/96
U13 EU13 Bluebird SR18DE FF 9/91-1/96
U13 HU13 Bluebird SR20DE FF 9/91-1/96
U14 SU14 Bluebird CD20 FF 1/96-9/98
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
U14 QU14 Bluebird QG18DD FF 1/96-9/98
U14 QU14 Bluebird QG18DE FF 1/96-9/98
U14 ENU14 Bluebird SR18DE AWD 1/96-9/98
U14 EU14 Bluebird SR18DE FF 1/96-9/98
U14 HNU14 Bluebird SR20DE AWD 1/96-9/98
U14 HU14 Bluebird SR20DE FF 1/96-9/98
U14 HU14 Bluebird SR20VE FF 1/96-9/98
U11 U11 Bluebird Maxima CA18DET na 8/85-9/87
U11 PU11 Bluebird Maxima VG20ET na 8/85-9/87
U11 U11 Bluebird Maxima CA18ET na -8/85
U12 RNU12 Bluebird SSS CA18DET AWD 9/87-10/89
U12 HNU12 Bluebird SSS SR20DE AWD 10/89-9/91
U12 HNU12 Bluebird SSS SR20DET AWD 10/89-9/91
U13 HNU13 Bluebird SSS SR20DE AWD 9/91-1/96
U12 HNU12 Bluebird SSS Turbo SR20DET AWD 10/89-9/91
U13 HNU13 Bluebird SSS Turbo SR20DET AWD 9/91-1/96
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
U12 RNU12 Bluebird SSS-R CA18DET-R AWD 9/87-10/89
230 230 Cedric/Gloria L20, L28 FR 11/71-
330 330 Cedric/Gloria L20, L28 FR na
430 430 Cedric/Gloria L20, L28 FR na
Y30 Y30 Cedric/Gloria CA20 FR na
Y30 SY30 Cedric/Gloria RD28 FR na
Y30 Y30 Cedric/Gloria VG20E FR na
Y30 Y30 Cedric/Gloria VG20ET FR na
Y30 Y30 Cedric/Gloria VG30ET FR na
Y31 SY31 Cedric/Gloria RD28 FR 6/87-6/91
Y31 Y31 Cedric/Gloria VG20DET, VG30ET FR 6/87-6/91
Y31 Y31 Cedric/Gloria VG20E FR 6/87-6/91
Y31 PY31 Cedric/Gloria VG30DE FR 6/87-6/91
Y32 UY32 Cedric/Gloria RD28 FR 6/91-6/95
Y32 Y32 Cedric/Gloria VG20E FR 6/91-6/95
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
Y32 PAY32 Cedric/Gloria VG30DET FR 6/91-6/95
Y32 PBY32 Cedric/Gloria VG30DET FR 6/91-6/95
Y32 PY32 Cedric/Gloria VG30E, VG30DE, VG30ET FR 6/91-6/95
Y33 ENY33 Cedric/Gloria RB25DET AWD, 4WS 6/95-9/99
Y33 UY33 Cedric/Gloria RD28 FR 6/95-9/99
Y33 Y33 Cedric/Gloria VG20E FR 6/95-9/99
Y33 PY33 Cedric/Gloria VG30E FR 6/95-9/99
Y33 MY33 Cedric/Gloria VQ25DE FR 6/95-9/99
Y33 HY33 Cedric/Gloria VQ30DE, VQ30DET FR 6/95-9/99
Y34 Y34 Cedric/Gloria VQ30DE, VQ30DET FR 10/99-
Y33 HBY33 Cedric/Gloria GT VQ30DET FR 6/95-9/99
A31 A31 Cefiro RB20DE FR 9/88-8/94
A31 CA31 Cefiro RB20DE FR, 4WS 9/88-8/94
A31 A31 Cefiro RB20DET FR 9/88-8/94
A31 CA31 Cefiro RB20DET FR, 4WS 9/88-8/94
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
A31 A31 Cefiro RB20E FR 9/88-8/94
A31 CA31 Cefiro RB20E FR, 4WS 9/88-8/94
A32 A32 Cefiro VQ20DE FF 8/94-
A32 PA32 Cefiro VQ25DE FF 8/94-
A32 HA32 Cefiro VQ30DE FF 8/94-
A33 ?A33 Cefiro VQ20DE, VQ25DE, VQ30DE FF 10/99-
A31 NA31 Cefiro (ATTESSA) RB20DET AWD 8/90-8/94
A31 EA31 Cefiro 25SE RB25DE FR 6/92-8/94
A31 ECA31 Cefiro 25SE RB25DE FR, 4WS 6/92-8/94
A32 WA32 Cefiro Wagon VQ20DE FF 6/97-
A32 WPA32 Cefiro Wagon VQ25DE FF 6/97-
A32 WHA32 Cefiro Wagon VQ30DE FF 6/97-
Y31 FPY31 Cima VG30DE FR 1/88-8/91
Y31 FPAY31 Cima VG30DET FR 1/88-8/91
Y32 FPY32 Cima VG30DET FR 9/93-6/96
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
Y32 FGDY32 Cima VH41DE FR 9/93-6/96
Y33 FGNY33 Cima VH41DE AWD, 4WS 6/96-
Y33 FGY33 Cima VH41DE FR 6/96-
Y33 FHY33 Cima Turbo VQ30DET FR 6/96-
HK30 HK30 Crew na FF 6/99-
Z10 Z10 Cube CG13DE FF 2/98-
D21 D21 Datsun Pickup KA24DE, VG30E FR/AWD 8/86-12/97
D21 D22 Datsun Pickup KA24DE, VG30E FR/AWD 1/98-
E50 AVE50 Elgrand QD32ETi FF 5/97-
E50 AVWE50 Elgrand QD32ETi AWD 5/97-
E50 ALE50 Elgrand VG33E FF 5/97-
E50 ALWE50 Elgrand VG33E AWD 5/97-
S130 S130 Fairlady Z L20E FR na
S130 GS130 Fairlady Z L20ET FR na
S130 HS130 Fairlady Z L28E FR na
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
S30 S30 Fairlady Z L20 FR na
S30 S31 Fairlady Z L20E FR na
S30 HS30 Fairlady Z L24 FR na
Z31 ???PZ31 Fairlady Z RB30DET FR ???-???
Z31 Z31 Fairlady Z VG20ET FR 3/87-7/89
Z31 KRZ31 Fairlady Z VG30DE FR 10/86-7/89
Z31 HZ31 Fairlady Z VG30ET FR 3/87-9/86
Z32 Z32 Fairlady Z VG30DE FR 7/89-
Z32 CZ32 Fairlady Z VG30DETT FR 7/89-
Z31 GZ31 Fairlady Z 2+2 VG20ET FR 3/87-7/89
Z31 KRGZ31 Fairlady Z 2+2 VG30DE FR 10/86-7/89
Z31 HGZ31 Fairlady Z 2+2 VG30ET FR 3/87-9/86
Z32 GZ32 Fairlady Z 2+2 VG30DE FR 7/89-
Z32 GCZ32 Fairlady Z 2+2 VG30DETT FR 7/89-
Z32 HZ32 Fairlady Z Convertible VG30DE FR 7/89-10/98
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
Z31 PZ31 Fairlady Z ZR1 RB20DET FR 3/87-7/89
Z31 PGZ31 Fairlady Z ZR2 (2+2) RB20DET FR 3/87-7/89
K11 FHK11 Figuro CG13DE FF 1/97-
D21 D22 Frontier KA24DE, VG30E FR/AWD 1/98-
P10 ?HP10 G20 SR20DE FF 2/90-9/95
P11 ?HP11 G20 SR20DE FF 1/99-
D21 D21 Hardbody Pickup KA24DE, VG30E FR/AWD 8/86-12/97
A32 HA32 I30 VQ30DE FF 1/95-
A33 ?HA33 I30 VQ30DE version II FF 10/99-
Y32 ??FY32 J30 VG30DE FR ???-???
W30 VNW30 Largo CD20ETi AWD 8/95-
W30 VW30 Largo CD20ETi FF 8/95-
W30 VNW30 Largo CD20Ti AWD 5/93-8/95
W30 VW30 Largo CD20Ti FF 5/93-8/95
W30 CNW30 Largo KA24DE AWD 5/93-
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
W30 CW30 Largo KA24DE FF 5/93-
W30 NW30 Largo KA24DE AWD 5/93-
W30 W30 Largo KA24DE FF 5/93-
C31 HC31 Laural L20 FR na
C31 NC31 Laural L28E FR na
C32 FJC32 Laural CA18E FR na
C32 HC32 Laural RB20DE FR na
C32 HC32 Laural RB20E FR na
HC230 HC230 Laural L20 FR na
HC230 HC231 Laural L20 FR na
NC230 NC230 Laural L28 FR na
NC230 NC231 Laural L28 FR na
C31 HC31 Laural Turbo L20ET FR na
C32 HC32 Laural Turbo RB20DET FR na
C32 GC32 Laurel VG20ET FR 12/88-1/93
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
C33 FC33 Laurel CA18i FR 12/88-1/93
C33 H(C)C33 Laurel RB20DE FR, 4WS 12/88-1/93
C33 HCC33 Laurel RB20DET FR, 4WS 12/88-1/93
C33 HC33 Laurel RB20E FR 12/88-1/93
C33 C33 Laurel RB20E, RB20DE, RB25DE, RB20DET FR 12/88-1/93
C33 SC33 Laurel RD28 FR 12/88-1/93
C34 HC34 Laurel RB20DE FR 1/93-6/97
C34 HC34 Laurel RB20E FR 1/93-6/97
C34 GC34 Laurel RB25DE FR, 4WS 1/93-6/97
C34 GCC34 Laurel RB25DE FR, 4WS 1/93-6/97
C34 GNC34 Laurel RB25DE AWD 1/93-6/97
C34 GC34 Laurel RB25DET FR, 4WS 1/93-6/97
C34 GCC34 Laurel RB25DET FR, 4WS 1/93-6/97
C34 SC34 Laurel RD28 FR 1/93-6/97
C35 HC35 Laurel RB20DE FR 6/97-
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
C35 GC35 Laurel RB25DE FR 6/97-
C35 GNC35 Laurel RB25DE AWD 6/97-
C35 GCC35 Laurel RB25DE FR, 4WS 6/97-
C35 GC35 Laurel RB25DET FR 6/97-
C35 GCC35 Laurel RB25DET FR, 4WS 6/97-
C35 SC35 Laurel RD28 FR 6/97-
F30 PF30 Leopard L20E FR 1/??-2/86
F30 HF30 Leopard L28E FR 1/??-2/86
F30 NF30 Leopard VG30ET FR 1/??-2/86
F31 GF31 Leopard VG20DET FR 2/86-12/91
F31 GF31 Leopard VG20E FR 2/86-12/91
F31 GF31 Leopard VG20ET FR 2/86-12/91
F31 UF31 Leopard VG30DE FR 2/86-12/91
F31 UF31 Leopard VG30DET FR 2/86-12/91
Y32 FY32 Leopard VG30DE FR 6/92-12/95
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #125 on: November 14, 2006, 09:23:23 PM »
Y32 FY32 Leopard VG30DE FR 6/92-12/95
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
Y33 FY33 Leopard VG20E, VG30E, VQ25DE, VQ30DE, VQ30DD, VQ30DET, RB25DET FR 3/96-
Y33 JY33 Leopard VG20E, VG30E, VQ30DE FR 3/96-
F30 PF30 Leopard Turbo L20ET FR 1/??-2/86
Y33 JY33 Leopard Turbo VQ30DET FR 3/96-
F31 ??F31 M30 VG30E FR na
F31 ??F31 M30 Convertible VG30E FR na
K10 BK10 March MA10S FF 2/85-1/92
K10 PK10 March MA10S FF 2/85-1/92
K11 K11 March CG10DE FF 1/92-
K11 HK11 March CG13DE FF 1/92-
K10 EK10 March Super Turbo MA09ERT FF 2/85-1/92
K10 FK10 March Turbo MA10ET FF 2/91-1/92
K10 K10ET March Turbo MA10ET FF 2/85-1/92
K10 K10 March Turbo MA10S FF 2/85-1/92
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
A32 ?HA32 Maxima VQ30DE FF 8/94-
A33 ?HA33 Maxima VQ30DE version II FF 10/99-
J30 PJ30 Maxima VG30E, VG30DE FF 10/88-2/94
R50 R50 Pathfinder VQ35DE FR/AWD 5/00-
M11 PM11 Prairie Joy SR20DE FF 5/97-
M11 PNM11 Prairie Joy SR20DE AWD 5/97-
V30 V30 Presage na na 7/98-
R10 R10 Presea GA15DS FF 6/90-1/95
R10 PR10 Presea SR18Di FF 6/90-1/95
R10 HR10 Presea SR20DE FF 6/90-1/95
R11 R11 Presea GA15DE FF 1/95-
R11 PR11 Presea SR18DE FF 1/95-
R11 HR11 Presea SR20DE FF 1/95-
G50 G50 President VH45DE FR 10/89-
P10 P10 Primera SR18Di, SR18DE FF 2/90-9/95
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
P11 QP11 Primera QG18DD FF 10/95-9/99
P11 QP11 Primera QG18DE FF 10/95-
P11 P11 Primera SR18DE FF 10/95-9/98
P11 HNP11 Primera SR20DE AWD 10/95-9/99
P10 HP10 Primera 2.0e SR20DE FF 2/90-9/95
P10 FHP10 Primera 2.0eGT (5 door) SR20DE FF 7/91-5/95
P11 FHP11 Primera 2.0GT SR20DE FF 11/96-
P10 HNP10 Primera 2.0T4 SR20DE AWD 10/90-9/95
P11 HP11 Primera 2.0Te SR20DE FF 10/95-9/97
P11 HP11 Primera 2.0Te-V SR20VE FF 9/97-9/99
P11 WP11 Primera Wagon SR18DE FF 9/97-
P11 WHNP11 Primera Wagon SR20DE AWD 9/97-
P11 WHP11 Primera Wagon 2.0 SR20DE FF 9/97-
P11 WHP11 VVL Primera Wagon 2.0Te-V SR20VE FF 9/97-
N10 UN10 Pulsar E13 na na
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
N10 MN10 Pulsar E15 na na
N12 HN12 Pulsar E15 na na
N13 EN13 Pulsar CA16DE FF 5/86-8/90
N13 BEN13 Pulsar CA16E FF 5/86-8/90
N13 KEN13 Pulsar CA16E FF 5/86-8/90
N13 SN13 Pulsar CD17 FF 5/86-8/90
N13 BHN13 Pulsar E15E FF 5/86-8/90
N13 BHNN13 Pulsar E15E AWD 5/86-8/90
N13 HNN13 Pulsar E15E AWD 5/86-8/90
N13 HN13 Pulsar E15S, E15E, E15ET FF 5/86-8/90
N13 FN13 Pulsar GA15S, GA15E FF 5/86-8/90
N13 FNN13 Pulsar GA15S, GA15E AWD 5/86-8/90
N13 EN13 Pulsar GA16DE FF 5/86-8/90
N13 N13 Pulsar E13S FF 5/86-8/90
N14 SN14 Pulsar CD17 FF 8/90-1/95
N14 N14 Pulsar GA13DS FF 8/90-1/95
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
N14 FN14 Pulsar GA15DS FF 8/90-1/95
N14 FNN14 Pulsar GA15DS AWD 8/90-1/95
N14 EN14 Pulsar GA16DE FF 8/90-1/95
N14 HN14 Pulsar SR18DE FF 8/90-1/95
N15 SN15 Pulsar CD20 FF 1/95-
N15 SNN15 Pulsar CD20 AWD 1/95-
N15 FN15 Pulsar GA15DE FF 1/96-
N15 FNN15 Pulsar GA15DE AWD 1/96-
N15 HN15 Pulsar SR18DE FF 1/95-
N15 HNN15 Pulsar SR18DE AWD 1/95-
N15 EN15 Pulsar (3 door HB, 4 door, S-RV) GA16DE FF 1/95-
N12 N12 Pulsar 1300 E13 na na
N14 RNN14 Pulsar GTi-R SR20DET AWD 8/90-1/95
N10 HN10 Pulsar Turbo E15ET FF na
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
N15 JN15 Pulsar VZ-R (3 door HB, 4 door, S-RV) SR16VE FF 1/97-
N15 JN15 Pulsar VZ-R N1 (3 door HB) SR16VE FF 9/97
N15 JN15 Pulsar VZ-R N1 Version II (3 door HB) SR16VE FF 10/98
G50 HG50 Q45 VH45DE FR 10/89-6/93
Y33 FGY33 Q45 VH41DE FR 6/96-12/01
R50 LR50 QX4 VQ35DE FR/AWD 5/00-
RB14 RFNB14 Rasheen GA15DE AWD 12/94-
RB14 RHNB14 Rasheen SR18DE AWD 1/97-
RB14 RKNB14 Rasheen SR20DE AWD 1/97-
N30 PNN30 R'Nessa KA24DE AWD 10/97-
N30 N30 R'Nessa SR20DE FF 10/97-
N30 NN30 R'Nessa Turbo SR20DET AWD 10/97-
Y60 Y60 Safari TB42E FR/AWD 6/81-9/97
Y61 WRGY61 Safari TB42E FR/AWD 10/97-
Chassis
Family Specific
Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
B14 EB14 Sentra CA16DE FF 10/94-2/00
B13 B13 Sentra SE-R SR20DE FF 1/91-9/94
B14 B14 Sentra SE-R SR20DE FF 10/98-2/00
C23 KVC23 Serena CD20ET FF 6/91-
C23 KVNC23 Serena CD20ET AWD 6/91-
C23 ?C23 Serena GA16DS, GA16DE na 6/91-
C23 KBC23 Serena SR20DE VG33E 6/91-
C23 KBCC23 Serena SR20DE FF 6/91-
C23 KBNC23 Serena SR20DE AWD 6/91-
S110 PS110 Silvia Z18, Z20 FR na
S110 S110 T/C Silvia Z18ET FR na
S12 S12 Silvia CA18DE, CA18DET, VG30E FR na
S12 (R)S12 Silvia CA18DET FR na
S12 BS12 Silvia CA18DET FR na
S12 S12 Silvia CA18DET FR na
Chassis
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Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
S12 JS12 Silvia CA18E FR na
S12 JS12 Silvia CA18S FR na
S12 US12 Silvia FJ20E FR na
S12 US12 Silvia FJ20ET FR na
S13 KS13 Silvia J, Q CA18DE FR, 4WS 5/88-1/91
S13 S13 Silvia J, Q CA18DE FR 5/88-1/91
S13 KPS13 Silvia J, Q SR20DE FR, 4WS 1/91-9/93
S13 PS13 Silvia J, Q SR20DE FR 1/91-9/93
S14 CS14 Silvia J, Q SR20DE FR, 4WS 10/93-12/98
S14 S14 Silvia J, Q SR20DE FR 10/93-12/98
S13 KS13 Silvia K CA18DET FR, 4WS 5/88-1/91
S13 S13 Silvia K CA18DET FR 5/88-1/91
S13 KPS13 Silvia K SR20DET FR, 4WS 1/91-9/93
S13 PS13 Silvia K SR20DET FR 1/91-9/93
S14 CS14 Silvia K SR20DET FR, 4WS 10/93-12/98
Chassis
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Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
S14 S14 Silvia K SR20DET FR 10/93-12/98
S110 US110 Silvia RS FJ20E FR na
S15 S15 Silvia Spec R SR20DET FR 1/99-
S15 S15 Silvia Spec S SR20DET FR 1/99-
GC110 GC110 Skyline L20 FR na
GC110 GC111 Skyline L20 FR na
GC210 GC210 Skyline L20 FR na
GC210 GC211 Skyline L20 FR na
R30 FJR30 Skyline CA18S FR 8/81-10/85
R30 FJR30 Skyline CA18S FR 8/81-10/85
R30 ER30 Skyline LD28 FR 2/83-10/85
R30 PJR30 Skyline Z18S FR 8/81-10/85
R30 UJR30 Skyline Z20E FR 8/81-10/85
R31 FJR31 Skyline CA18S FR 5/85-5/89
R31 SR31 Skyline RD28 FR 5/85-5/89
R32 FR32 Skyline CA18i FR 5/89-8/93
Chassis
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Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
R32 HR32 Skyline RB20DE FR 5/89-8/93
R33 HR33 Skyline RB20E FR 8/93-5/98
R33 ER33 Skyline RB25DE FR 8/93-5/98
R34 HR34 Skyline RB20DE FR 5/98-
R34 ENR34 Skyline 25GT FOUR RB25DE AWD 5/98-
R31 HR31 Skyline GT RB20E FR 5/85-5/89
R32 HR32 Skyline GT RB20E FR 5/89-8/93
R31 HR31 Skyline GT Turbo RB20ET FR 5/85-5/89
R34 ER34 Skyline GT(-X) RB25DE FR 5/98-
R34 ER34 Skyline GT(-X) Turbo RB25DET FR 5/98-
GC10 GC10 Skyline GT-R L20 FR na
GC210 GC211T/C Skyline GT-R L20ET FR na
R32 BNR32 Skyline GT-R RB26DETT AWD, 4WS 8/89-1/95
R33 BCNR33 Skyline GT-R RB26DETT AWD 1/95-12/98
R34 BNR34 Skyline GT-R RB26DETT AWD 1/99-
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Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
R33 BCNR33 Skyline GT-R LM Limited RB26DETT AWD 5/96-7/96
R32 BNR32 Skyline GT-R N1 RB26DETT AWD, 4WS 8/91-11/94
R32 BNR32 Skyline GT-R NISMO RB26DETT AWD, 4WS 2/90
R32 BNR32 Skyline GT-R Vspec RB26DETT AWD, 4WS 2/93-1/95
R33 BCNR33 Skyline GT-R Vspec RB26DETT AWD 1/95-12/98
R32 BNR32 Skyline GT-R Vspec II RB26DETT AWD, 4WS 2/94-1/95
R33 BCNR33 Skyline GT-R Vspec N1 RB26DETT AWD 1/95-12/98
R31 HR31 Skyline GTS RB20DE FR 5/85-5/89
R32 HCR32 Skyline GTS RB20DE FR, 4WS 5/89-8/93
R31 HR31 Skyline GTS Turbo RB20DET FR 5/85-5/89
R33 ECR33 Skyline GTS25 RB25DE FR, 4WS 8/93-5/98
R32 ECR32 Skyline GTS-25 RB25DE FR, 4WS 8/91-8/93
R32 ER32 Skyline GTS-25 RB25DE FR 8/91-8/93
R33 ECR33 Skyline GTS25t TypeM RB25DET FR, 4WS 8/93-5/98
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Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
R32 HNR32 Skyline GTS-4 RB20DET AWD 5/89-8/93
R33 ENR33 Skyline GTS-4 RB25DE AWD 12/93-5/98
R31 HR31 Skyline GTS-R RB20DET-R FR 5/85-5/89
R31 KHR31 Skyline GTS-R RB20DET-R FR, 4WS 5/85-5/89
R32 HCR32 Skyline GTS-t TypeM RB20DET FR, 4WS 5/89-8/93
R30 DR30 Skyline RS FJ20E FR 10/81-10/85
R30 DR30 Skyline RS RS Turbo FJ20ET FR 2/83-10/85
R30 HR30 Skyline RSX L20E FR 8/83-10/85
R30 HR30 Skyline RSX Turbo L20ET FR 8/83-10/85
WC34 WHC34 Stagea RB20DE FR 8/97-
WC34 WHC34 Stagea RB20E FR 9/96-8/97
WC34 WGC34 Stagea 25 RS RB25DE FR 9/96-
WC34 WGNC34 Stagea 25 RS FOUR RB25DE AWD, 4WS 9/96-
WC34 WGNC34 Stagea 25t RS FOUR S RB25DET AWD, 4WS 8/98-
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WC34 WGC34 Stagea 25t RS V RB25DET FR 9/96-
WC34 WGNC34 RS Stagea 260RS RB26DETT AWD, 4WS 11/97-
U12 U12 Stanza KA24E FF 9/89-9/92
B11 HB11 Sunny E15ET FF na
B11 B11 Sunny E13 na na
B11 HB11 Sunny E15 na na
B110 B110 Sunny A12 na na
B12 SB12 Sunny CD17 FF 9/85-3/90
B12 B12 Sunny E13S FF 9/85-3/90
B12 HB12 Sunny E15E FF 9/85-3/90
B12 HNB12 Sunny E15E AWD 9/85-3/90
B12 FB12 Sunny GA15E FF 9/85-3/90
B12 FNB12 Sunny GA15E AWD 9/85-3/90
B13 SB13 Sunny CD17 FF 1/90-1/94
B13 SNB13 Sunny CD17 AWD 1/90-1/94
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Chassis code Vehicle Name Engine(s) used Configuration Year(s) of Production
B13 B13 Sunny GA13DS FF 1/90-1/94
B13 FB13 Sunny GA15DS FF 1/90-1/94
B13 FNB13 Sunny GA15DS AWD 1/90-1/94
B13 EB13 Sunny GA16DE FF 1/90-1/94
B13 HB13 Sunny SR18DE FF 1/90-1/94
B13 HNB13 Sunny SR18DE AWD 1/90-1/94
B14 EB14 Sunny CA16DE FF 10/94-2/00
B14 SB14 Sunny CD20 FF 1/94-9/99
B14 SNB14 Sunny CD20 AWD 1/94-9/99
B14 B14 Sunny GA13DE FF 1/94-9/99
B14 FB14 Sunny GA15DE FF 1/94-
B14 FNB14 Sunny GA15DE AWD 1/94-
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #126 on: November 14, 2006, 09:24:44 PM »
B14 FNB14 Sunny GA15DE AWD 1/94-
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B14 HB14 Sunny SR18DE FF 1/94-9/99
B14 HB14 Sunny SR18DE FF 1/94-9/99
B210 B210 Sunny A12 na na
B210 B211 Sunny A12 na na
B210 HB211 Sunny A14 na na
B210 PB210 Sunny L14 na na
B310 B310 Sunny A12 na na
B310 G310 Sunny A13 na na
B310 HB310 Sunny A14 na na
B310 PB310 Sunny A15 na na
B14 JB14 Sunny Lucino VZ-R (2 door) SR16VE FF 1/94-
B12 HB12 Sunny Turbo E15ET FF 9/85-3/90
B12 EB12 Sunny VR CA16DE FF 1/88-3/90
WD21 WD21 Terrano VG30E FR/AWD 10/89-9/95
R50 R50 Terrano Regulus VG33E FR/AWD 9/95-
V10 V10 Tino QG18DE FF
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #127 on: November 14, 2006, 09:25:13 PM »
Jah know star...Monti you serious with the cut and paste thing ::) ;D

BTW...nice info [thumbsup]

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« Reply #128 on: November 15, 2006, 09:25:01 AM »
Jah know star...Monti you serious with the cut and paste thing ::) ;D

BTW...nice info [thumbsup]

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Bro remember some times we post links to sites and then those sites go down so this is the surest way to save and share the info [nod] [nod]
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« Reply #129 on: November 15, 2006, 09:31:35 AM »
Bro remember some times we post links to sites and then those sites go down so this is the surest way to save and share the info [nod] [nod]
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 [nod] Same thing came to mind last night when I was looking at it ;D

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« Reply #130 on: November 28, 2006, 05:10:10 PM »

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« Reply #131 on: December 4, 2006, 02:22:23 PM »
wiring diagrams and other electrical info courtesy of one of monti's links and Sleeper's directive:

 http://phatg20.net/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=51

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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #132 on: February 6, 2007, 10:52:30 PM »
350Z ECU Resetting Procedures

Please read all instructions and be familiar with them before any attempts.
A stop watch or an analog clock with a second’s needle will be useful.

ECU Resetting Procedures

Timing is extremely critical. If it is NOT DONE within the specify time, the ECU will not reset and the Check Engine Light (CEL) will continue to remain ON.
A stop watch or an analog clock with a second’s needle will be useful.

Operations Procedures

1. Confirm that accelerator pedal is fully released, turn ignition switch “ON” and wait 3 seconds.
2. Repeat the following steps (2a and 2b) procedures quickly five times within 5 seconds.
2a. Fully depress the accelerator pedal (HARD).
2b. Fully release the accelerator pedal.
3. Wait 7 seconds, fully depress the accelerator pedal and keep it for approx. 10 seconds until the CEL starts blinking.
4. Fully release the accelerator pedal (while the CEL is still blinking)
5. Wait about 10 second.
6. Fully depress the accelerator pedal and keep it for more than 10 seconds.
7. Fully release the accelerator pedal (The CEL light will continue to blink).
8. Turn ignition switch to “OFF” position and now you can start the car. The CEL light should be gone.

If the CEL light continues to remain ON, repeat the above steps. Timing is EXTREMELY critical to resetting the ECU.

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« Reply #133 on: February 25, 2007, 11:23:17 PM »
GA15DE pinout for piggy back



Pin 38 - Power

Pin 6 - Ground

Pin 20 - Throttle Position Sensor

Pin 16 - MAF sensor

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« Reply #134 on: March 25, 2007, 02:30:29 PM »
1990 100NX NX1600 NX2000 Sunny Sentra (B13, N14)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1990%20Nissan%20B13%20N14.zip

1991-93 240SX (S13)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1991-93%20Nissan%20240SX.zip

1994 200SX (S14)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1994%20Nissan%20200SX%20S14.zip

1994 240SX (S13)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1994%20Nissan%20240SX.zip

1994 300ZX (Z32)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1994%20Nissan%20300ZX.zip

1994 Maxima
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1994%20Nissan%20Maxima.zip

1995 Pathfinder
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1995%20Nissan%20Pathfinder.zip

1996 Quest
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1996%20Nissan%20Quest.zip

1996 Sentra
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1996%20Nissan%20Sentra.zip

1996 D21 Hardbody
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1996%20Nissan%20D21%20Truck.zip

1997 240SX (S14)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1997%20Nissan%20240SX.zip

1997 Altima
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1997%20Nissan%20Altima.zip

1998 Frontier
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1998%20Nissan%20Frontier.zip

1998 Patrol (Y61)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1998%20Nissan%20Patrol.zip


1999 Altima

http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1999%20Nissan%20Altima.zip

1999 Maxima
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/1999%20Nissan%20Maxima.zip

2000 Maxima QX
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2000%20Nissan%20Maxima%20QX.zip

2000 Silvia (S15)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2000%20Nissan%20Silvia%20S15.zip

2000 Xterra

http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2000%20Nissan%20Xterra.zip

2001 Almera (N16)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2001%20Nissan%20Almera.zip

2001 Frontier
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2001%20Nissan%20Frontier.zip

2001 Primastar Minivan (X83)
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2001%20Nissan%20Primastar.zip

2002 Altima
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2002%20Nissan%20Altima.zip

2002 Maxima

http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2002%20Nissan%20Maxima.zip

2003 350Z (Z33)

http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2003%20Nissan%20350z.zip

2004 Maxima
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2004%20Nissan%20Maxima.zip

2005 Titan pickup
http://carfish.mentally-challenged.com/Nickle/2005%20Nissan%20Titan.zip
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #136 on: April 9, 2007, 12:18:15 AM »
wooowwweee i have searched endlessly for these.....gr8 job man

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« Reply #137 on: April 23, 2007, 11:05:35 AM »
Man i've been searching for the manual for my car online for a long time now and thanks to you now it have it
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« Reply #138 on: July 18, 2007, 10:30:45 AM »
Service manuals including Skyline pinouts

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« Reply #139 on: July 18, 2007, 11:01:01 AM »
nice post Dx
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« Reply #140 on: July 27, 2007, 09:31:20 PM »
as u all can see i am a new member so am not as verse as u all are . but hopefully i'll be joining u soon as am about to go in the nissan business . sorry for saying this ;i was a honda lover that has being converted into a nissan lover by the pulsar gti-r. so i just wanna say keep up the good work guys [2thumbsup] [2thumbsup] [applause] [applause] [applause]u all are doing well.

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« Reply #141 on: July 29, 2007, 06:25:35 PM »
welcome...u'll neva go back  [eyebrows]

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« Reply #142 on: August 4, 2007, 02:34:52 PM »
as u all can see i am a new member so am not as verse as u all are . but hopefully i'll be joining u soon as am about to go in the nissan business . sorry for saying this ;i was a honda lover that has being converted into a nissan lover by the pulsar gti-r. so i just wanna say keep up the good work guys [2thumbsup] [2thumbsup] [applause] [applause] [applause]u all are doing well.

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« Reply #143 on: August 4, 2007, 10:36:02 PM »
welcome to the club... i'm sure you won't be disappointed.....unless 1 of wi cut u throat.  [whistle]
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Re: Nissan Tech Center
« Reply #144 on: August 4, 2007, 11:27:11 PM »
Kindly...stick....to....topic....folks [2thumbsup]
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« Reply #145 on: August 11, 2007, 11:56:30 PM »
Inj Size And WHP Output

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This is a conservative rating at 3 bar. * indicate side feed inj sizes that can be bought from Nissan, Nismo or Tomei. Alot of the sizes you can not get but are there to help you if you are looking at a cetain flow rate by going to 4 bar.


3 BAR = 44 PSI, All the Nissans with Fuel Presure Regulators operate at 3 bar.

4 BAR = 59 PSI Running at 4 bar is better than running at 3 bar. Here is why, you can get more WHP from your inj at 4 bar, there is no xtra cost for a 4 bar program from JWT, you get better drivability at 4 bar because of better fuel atomization and you car will do better at the emmisions station becasue of better fuel atomization.

All Nissan Side feed injs are high impedence

The GTIR 444cc Inj is low impedence

91-99 USDM SR20DE = 259 cc side feed injs
00-02 USDM SR20DE RR = top feed injs

U12, U13, W10 and W11 SR20DET = 370 cc Side Feed injs
Pulsar GTIR SR20DET = 444 cc Top Feed injs

S13 and S14 RWD SR20DET =370 cc Side Feed injs
S15 RWD SR20DET = 444 cc Side Feed injs

SR20VET = 444cc Top Feed
SR20VE 20V = 350cc Top Feed

Side Feed Injs

23 cc = 16 WHP
46 cc = 31 WHP
93 cc = 63 WHP
139 cc = 94 WHP
185 cc = 125 WHP * Pink GA16
231 cc = 156 WHP
259 cc = 175 WHP * Red SR20DE
278 cc = 187 WHP
324 cc = 218 WHP
333 cc = 226 WHP * Grey SR20VE
---------------------------------------------333 cc @ 4 bar = 261 WHP
370 cc = 250 WHP * Purple SR20DET
---------------------------------------------370 cc @ 4 bar = 290 WHP
416 cc = 281 WHP
444 cc = 299 WHP * Brick Brown SR20DET ( S15 )
---------------------------------------------444 cc @ 4 bar = 345 WHP
462 cc = 312 WHP
509 cc = 342 WHP
555 cc = 373 WHP * Yellow
---------------------------------------------555 cc @ 4 bar = 423 WHP
601 cc = 405 WHP * Yellow Tomei
---------------------------------------------601 cc @ 4 bar = 457 WHP
647 cc = 436 WHP
692 cc = 468 WHP
740 cc = 500 WHP * Red
---------------------------------------------740 cc @ 4 bar = 580 WHP

850 cc = 570 WHP SARD
---------------------------------------------850 cc @ 4 bar = 660 WHP

Nissan Top Feed Injs

350cc = 275 WHP * Green SR20VE 20V P12

444cc = 299 WHP * Yellow RNN14 GTIR

444cc = 299 WHP * Yellow SR20VET




MSD Top Feed Injs

36 lb = 250 WHP
50 lb = 355 WHP
72 lb = 520 WHP
96 lb = 690 WHP

MSD Injs do not run right at 4 bar so don't try it

http://www.sr20forum.com/technical-information-library/142897-inj-size-whp-output.html
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« Reply #146 on: September 2, 2007, 10:59:53 AM »
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« Reply #147 on: September 16, 2007, 02:58:45 PM »
 Fidelity goes bluetooth
published: Sunday | September 16, 2007

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The (at sides) modules are called vehicle intelligence modules. They are basically a big version of a Bluetooth dongle. The laptop is called a tough book, and is designed to take horrendous abuse. - Photo by Mario James

Diagnostic procedures have stepped up a notch with the introduction of a new wireless Bluetooth system developed by the Japanese automaker, Nissan.

Bluetooth, a computer communications protocol and hardware lash-up made popular by mobile phones, has found its way into the internals of your everyday vehicle. In days gone by, automotive scan tools were used to poll a car's ECM (electronic control module) for fault codes that were numerical, and had to be checked/correlated on chart to decipher what the code meant. With this new system, a Bluetooth dongle is attached to the vehicles on-board communication port, and the fault codes translated and read on a PC!

Joseph Elliot, service manager at Fidelity Motors, has intimated that a Fidelity/Nissan WiFi (satellite) communication system will soon be online in Jamaica, and that he will be able to tell when customers cars are malfunctioning before they do! But for now, the system is only able to cover a four-metre area.

The system will poll the car's computer for all codes, mileage since last service and other vital data that the technician needs to know to provide accurate diagnoses. If the days of the shade-tree mechanic were numbered before, they are just about up now.

Mechanics working on this level of vehicle have to be JAGAS certified and have to have passed an aptitude test before they are allowed to work in most dealerships and because the equipment involved is so expensive (even for dealerships) and proprietary, it will be difficult for private minded individuals to get their hands on it. This system makes diagnosis a breeze with online flow charting and system-by-system conformation of the work as it proceeds. Real hi-tech stuff!
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« Reply #148 on: September 16, 2007, 03:03:07 PM »
This remote-diagnostic feature has been available locally for some time now.

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« Reply #149 on: September 17, 2007, 12:29:32 PM »
IS THERE A DIFFERENCE WITH CAM PROFILE BETWWEN THE GA15 AND GA16 [question]
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