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  1. Unbolt the 6 allen key fixings around the boss (I've arrowed one of them in red) and remove boss. Looking down inside the cast aluminium adapter you should then be able to see the original steering wheel nut at the bottom of the adapter (location arrowed in green). Unscrew the nut and remove the adapter. You should then be able to see if the original slip ring is still there.
  2. Welcome to the Club! Originally Ashspec were considered technically the best (and probably still are), however he pissed of so many people with his poor business skills that he has been dumped by the US retailers. For reference: http://www.ashspecz.com/shop/prodInfo2.php?prodID=17 http://www.ashspecz.com/shop/prodInfo2.php?prodID=18 I bought my Ashspec kit from SpecialityZ who now sell their own version of the kit: https://www.specialtyz.com/sz-smics.html https://www.specialtyz.com/sz-25-smic-piping.html There are also versions from Z1 in the states
  3. There are two types of perspex strip, make sure you are aware of the part numbers. The strips are very fragile to ship, handle and install (don't over tighten fixings) and your best bet is to order them through a UK Nissan dealers spares dept so that you can inspect the strip for cracking/damage before you pay and leave the dealer. For reference - with 3rd brake light: https://www.z1motorsports.com/rear-lights/nissan/oem-300zx-z32-third-3rd-brake-light-assembly-p-664.html (see the Nissan handling instructions) Without 3rd brake light: https://www.z1motorsports.
  4. Great looking car Simon - thieving Ba****ds.
  5. Currently up for auction with bidding now at $12,250 with 1 and a bit days to run. Allthough not considered by some as desirable as its TT brethren this is a very clean and amazingly low mileage example. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1994-nissan-300zx-8/
  6. The speed sensor FSM test: el-44.pdf Also make sure that the end cap (arrowed) is flush with the body of the sensor.
  7. AFAIK that was for JDM MY 97-98 cars.
  8. The passenger side windscreen scuttles are usually damaged by not removing them first before taking the battery out. The factory finish on the plastic does fade with age.
  9. Fitment of TT bumper on NA was not a factory option. As you are thinking of replacing with NA bumper the two types have different profiles (with some preferring the TT profile). Pics for comparison. There are two NA's being broken on eBay in the UK (for slip ring). https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/300zx-breaking-can-post-world-wide/284119442250 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Breaking-300zx-Z32-Indicator-Stalk-Turn-Signal-ALL-the-Bits-On-Car-Separately/274473370331 Re speedo/odo not working - In the first instance check the speed sensor wiring by the gearbo
  10. New design - same old mistake...
  11. Wecome to the Club and the start of your Z32 journey!
  12. Firstly, welcome to the Club! Firstly, have you conducted an ECU diagnostics to see if there are any error codes? http://twinturbo.net/nissan/300zx/forums/technical/view/1105629/The-Ultimate-Guide-to-ECU-Diagnostics.html As you have done a 120K service was the cambelt correctly installed on the timing marks and tensioner adjusted? https://conceptzperformance.com/wiki/index.php/Timing_Belt_Service (scroll down to timing mark photos) and the Ignition timing and CAS setup? https://conceptzperformance.com/wiki/index.php/Ignition_Timing You should also check for
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