1990 Nissan Hardbody Pickup SE 3.0 from North America
Great performance, poor to get parts for
I love the truck. I would never buy another one however, because I can't find the right parts for it. The truck has been down 2 weeks now because the Nissan dealer cannot find the right carrier bearing for it. I have contacted Nissan regarding this, and they are unable to help me as well. Up until this point it has been a great vehicle. I have never had this problem with any other vehicle that I have owned.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 27th August, 2002
I know this is very late to comment on, but I just replaced my Carrier bearing on my 88 Nissan Se 4wd.
There were 2 model Designs.. A Japanese, and a US made Truck.
If your Vin# Started of with 1N6.. Then It's a US model. If your Vin Begins with JN6.. its Japanese.
There are 2 distinct differences indeed.
I heard from Nissan that they update the Parts Cd's Monthly, and sometimes catch an error here and there in the CD Parts Catalog. :)
I'm sure you solved your problem by now, but I figured Id comment anyway.
One thing, If you ever go into Nissan It helps tremendously to have your Vin # To find certain parts.
I have replaced the carrier bearing in my 1990 Nissan truck also. I took the bearing along with the driveshaft out myself. I then took the bearing to Fleet pride international, and they changed it with a new one. They had the aftermarket part in stock.
When I re-installed it, I made sure that I put anti-seize compound on the bolts that hold it into place. Unfortunaetly, the bearing ripped again about 4 months later. The bearing had a warranty for one year. Fleet pride replaced it at no charge. However, they said that if this happens again they will not replace it for free.
The new bearing is holding up fine, and I hope to get a lot of life out of it. I like my truck very much and have done a lot of customization to it. It is a very reliable vehicle.
A problem with the truck is that it is rotting from the inside out. I put a new paint job on it and the outside of the vehicle looks good. The inside of the truck, on the other hand, is a different story.
Outside of Buffalo New York.
I've got a Nissan Terrano 1989/1990. It's on a G plate. This is an import from Australia.
Getting parts for this is making my head spin.
2 Vin plates on my Nissan.
1st one starts with 6j9p0
2nd starts with WBYD21
Any help on finding parts would be great.