1991 Nissan Hardbody Pickup Kingcab 2.4 from North America
A cheap and reliable hauling cruise machine
The transmission grinds into reverse. The transmission was rebuilt right before I bought it. I changed the slave cylinder, but it still grinds. Hopefully when the clutch wears out and I change it, the grinding will go away.
Steering wheel grip has become rather loose, which I don't even notice anymore.
This truck doesn't have a lot of power, obviously because it's a 4 cylinder, but I don't care, because of the great gas mileage.
I'm fairly tall, so the King cab helps as I keep the seats all the way back.
A couple of options could help out this truck a little, such as tilt steering, and maybe even air conditioning. A rear slider or sunroof would be great, but the two rear windows popped out creates a nice breeze.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 5th June, 2003
28th Sep 2010, 13:37
Mine did the same thing. It would constantly grind. I kept on driving and then it gave out. It turns out my bell housing was loose and my starter was too. The starter had worn out, so I replaced it and I got all new bolts for the bell housing and starter put it in all nice and tight. It drove perfectly.