dugrant153 said:I was gonna get another car, but heard that that car had a LOT of problems.
So I'm interested in a 240SX. I was wondering if there would be a LOT of problems with buying a 1991-1994 240SX?
This is exactly what happened to mine. The chain ate through my outer timing chain guide and dropped all the pieces into the oil pan. Ironically, my odometer is just a few hundred miles over exactly 200,000 miles.1510 said:I ran mine over 200,000 miles before it died. Tried to fix it, but realized that the timing chain guides broke from fatigue, and the timing chain wore through the coolant port wall...and the rest is history.
Was your car one of the lucky VIN's that was fixed through the recall? For some reason, they didn't feel like doing it for my VIN range. Assholes.1fastser said:I also had a chain guide problem but had it repaired for less than $40. They just removed the top chain guide (which broke) per a Nissan TSB (technical service bulletin)...problem fixed!
Yup, I forgot about that, mine did the same thing. I took mine off, and i'm going to have the holes shaved off once I get it running. Probably going to put drift or drag wing on it.rudeboy said:also the stupid foam wing caused the hatch to rust
No. I actually thought my motor was toast because it started making that, "clak-clak-clak" noise like I'd spun a rod.BuudWeizErr said:Was your car one of the lucky VIN's that was fixed through the recall? For some reason, they didn't feel like doing it for my VIN range. Assholes.