Nissan Maxima 07 Manual Transmission

2/24/2018by

Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • Models [ ] NX1600/NX2000 (North America) [ ] The NX1600 was based on the standard 1.6L (engine code GA16DE), and the NX2000 was based on the 2.0 L SE-R model (engine code SR20DE). Most models were fitted with T-Tops, whilst others were hardtop. Constructed in Japan, was sold from 1991-1993 in the (mainly competing with the,,, and ). Also, it was produced for a few more years and sold in other countries. Body design was done at NDI (Nissan Design International) in San Diego under the direction of NDI President Jerry Hirshberg, Blue Studio Chief Designer Allan Flowers and staff designers Bruce Campbell and Doug Wilson.

The NX2000 model had some mechanical improvements over its SE-R sibling. It had larger brakes and more aggressive tires on wider 6' wheels (195/55VR-14 with 14x6' wheels vs. The 185/60HR-14 with 14x5.5' wheels and tires in the SE-R). The NX2000 brakes are a common aftermarket upgrade for B13 Sentra SE-Rs.

The NX2000 also had a center armrest, a larger two core radiator, and slightly lower ride height compared to the SE-R. However, the T-top roof in the NX2000 along with the mechanical upgrades made it slightly heavier than the SE-R. Игра Собери Компьютеры В Сеть.

The NX2000, with its light weight, stiff chassis, and limited-slip differential, was considered one of the best-handling front-wheel-drive cars of the time. In 1992, magazine included the NX2000 in a test of the world's best handling cars against such competition as the,,,, and. 100NX (Europe) [ ] The 100NX came with two engine options, a 1.6 L and a 2.0 L.

Synchromesh MTF. 2003-07 Dodge Ram 1500. 2500, 3500 with Gasoline. NV 1500, NV 1500HD Manual. Synchromesh MTF. 2001 Nissan Maxima. 2001 Infiniti I30. 2002-03 Infiniti I35. 2001-03 Nissan Altima. 2003-07 Nissan 350Z. SAE 75W-85, 75W-90. Synchromesh MTF. Feb 25, 2017 - 14 min - Uploaded by TheSundaeDriveHow many engineers does it take to remove Pete's transmission in his 2002 Maxima?

Nissan Maxima 07 Manual Transmission Fluid

The 1.6 liter, made from 1990 to February 1993 had a fitted which tended to consume excessive fuel as it aged. From April 1993 to 1996, the 100NX was sold with a more efficient setup. • 1.6 with ECU carbureted — 90 (67 kW; 91 PS) • 1.6 Non ECU carbureted — 95 (71 kW; 96 PS) • 1.6 fuel injected — 105 bhp (78 kW; 106 PS) • 1.6 fuel injected with NVCS (VTC) — 115 bhp (86 kW; 117 PS) North American version • 2.0 fuel injected — 150 bhp (112 kW; 152 PS) North American version • 2.0 fuel injected — 143 bhp (107 kW; 145 PS) The 1.6 liter fuel injected version achieved 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) in 10.5 seconds and had a top speed of 121 mph (195 km/h).

The 100NX was mainly sold with a T-bar removable roof in Europe although this does vary from country to country. Specialised Badged Editions sold in 1995 include the Pacific in Ireland and the United Kingdom and the Sail in the Netherlands. Models can be found that are registered with later years but research should be completed via reputable owners clubs into their Vin Numbers. Features vary from country to country, such features include heated seats, electric windows, other differences although rarer include cup holders, umbrella holder embedded in the driver's side B pillar and headlight wipers. Bitsadmin Exe on this page.

100NX (UK) [ ] The Nissan 100NX was initially introduced in the UK in April 1991 as part of the range replacing the 1.6 GSX Coupe. At this time Nissan UK, the British importer were in a heated dispute with over profit margins. In an attempt to destroy market share Nissan UK launched the entire Pulsar range with no promotion as well as only providing a limited colour range and pricing all models well above their position in the market. At launch the 100NX was only available with the 1.6L 95PS carburetor engine, and in a basic specification, priced at £14,585, the same price as a 2.0L and £1,000 more than the 2.0L. T-bar roof and automatic transmission were optional. In January 1992 Nissan Motor Corporation set up their own importer (Nissan Motor (GB) LTD) and relaunched the entire Nissan Range, the 100NX now coming with alloy wheels, T-bar roof and front foglights as standard at a lower price of £11,817 and was available in a full range of colours.

From February 1993 to 1996, the 100NX the carburetor engine was replaced by a more efficient setup. • 1.6 Non ECU carbureted — 95 (71 kW; 96 PS) • 1.6 fuel injected — 105 bhp (78 kW; 106 PS) NX Coupe (Japan) [ ] The Nissan NX was also sold in the Japanese domestic market as the Nissan NX Coupe. Some models were fitted with T-Tops, whilst others were hardtop. The Japanese domestic NX Coupes came with either a 1.5 carburetted engine (GA15(DS)), a 1.6 DOHC EFI engine (GA16(DE)), a 1.8 DOHC EFI engine (SR18(DE)) or the rare 2.0 DOHC EFI engine (SR20DE). The model was available in automatic or manual transmission. The 1.5 DOHC models were all fitted with digital speedometers, whilst all other engine versions had the standard analogue gage. All Japanese domestic models were fitted with electric windows,, power steering, electric mirrors and central locking which locked the doors automatically at 18 km/h whilst driving, and was exclusive to Japanese dealerships.

Comments are closed.