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  1. For Nissan parts you can try the zcentre.co.uk or www.allcarpartsfast.co.uk who source directly from Nissan stocks. Both are well known to the Club's members. You can also source parts directly from Japan from the likes of https://jp-carparts.com who ship parts fast to the UK. Again well known to members. It is also worth checking the US suppliers https://conceptzperformance.com and www.z1motorsports.com/ who can often have parts at a discount (even with shipping and duty). Both are reliable suppliers. If you need to confirm part#s before ordering I can help you with that.
  2. Perhaps the market is firming up for nicely modified cars using quality parts. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1991-nissan-300zx-twin-turbo-38/
  3. For reference, these are the relevant pages from the FSM on fuel pump system: efec 26.pdf efec 151.pdf Do you know that the stock fuel pump is not working? Tried connecting a fused 12v and GND to it directly (see diagram in efec 151 for pump's 12V and GND connection)? The relay will click on for 1 second on ign sw to ON (see efec 26). You might want to check the wiring between the ECU, FPCU (follow diagnostic steps in efec 151) Note that the fuel pump operating also relies on the ECU knowing that the engine is turning over derived from CAS signal (see efec 26) Which
  4. https://conceptzperformance.com/wiki/index.php/Safety_Mode
  5. Details in guide above, detonation sensor bypass uses a 1MΩ resistor. You will need to erase ECU fault code(s) after inserting resistor. FSM diagnostics (there may be a harness/plug fault between sensor and ECU). efec 133.pdf
  6. As a subscribed member you can start your own project thread in "Premium Member Journals" If you PM me the VIN (and reg) I will add your car to the UK specs database I'm building and let you have the factory build date and spec.
  7. You could try polishing the glass with something like this which is a very mild abrasive polish: https://www.autoglym.com/car-glass-polish
  8. This guide is a little more comprehensive re fault codes: http://www.twinturbo.net/nissan/300zx/forums/technical/view/1105629/The-Ultimate-Guide-to-ECU-Diagnostics.html
  9. Have you asked Jim@PZ if he has any s/h 370cc ones? I would imagine that he might what with upgrades to larger sizes for customers.
  10. Time Left: 22 days and 6 hours

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    I'm after the plug (with harness tails) which goes into the digital clock socket (arrowed). If you have one to spare it would help me in the repair of faulty clocks.

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  11. How about a swap? If you decide you don't want to use the third brake light of your rotten OEM spoiler.
  12. After a *long* lockdown hibernation (did just 255 miles in 12 months!) did a service and check over to make sure everything was OK. One thing that had decided to go awol was the oil pressure sensor which was reading low (at all RPMs) - a common fault. So it was replaced with new and the oil pressure gauge is now reading as it should. On RHD cars the sensor is located on the n/s of the engine block near the oil pan. https://conceptzperformance.com/wiki/index.php/Oil_Pressure_Sending_Unit
  13. Time for the biennial insurance photos.
  14. Nigel, welcome. You might have more success on the ZClub site https://zclub.net/ They have more Z31 activity.
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