1986 Nissan 300ZX from North America
This is my fourth ZX, and they are wonderful cars
Drive shaft bolts fall out.
My 86 Nissan 300ZX is a non-turbo 2+2.
I'm curious to find out what the thing is over the map/reading light is, on the ceiling of the car.
I have looked in the manual and can't find it. It's black with two (looks like) vent holes, but it's making a slight noise, and when you cover it with your hand, you can't hear it. Anyone know what it is?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 21st May, 2010
I know this has been a long time, so you probably found out by now, but for newbies wondering... it's a vent. Inside is a small fan, which is designed to keep the light cool that's right next to it.
That is not correct.
It is the housing for the aspirator fan. This fan works in conjunction with the Auto-Climate control to help regulate the car's interior temperature. I was the 2nd owner of an '86 for 16 years, and had to replace that with almost everything else on the car.
It is for the climate control, so I completely agree with the last comment posted!