5th Jun 2014, 08:35
Bought my '88 Stanza Wagon 4WD a few years back and really love it. Problem I am having now is getting some parts. You can not find a radiator anywhere in the world for this car. I tried. I lucked out and was able to re-core the one I have... cost more than the car. Anyone know where I can find a junked one... I would like to get some parts. I live on the east coast.
9th Aug 2014, 03:11
Let me know if you find parts. I have an '86 4x4 as well. Runs great, but needs shocks... Probably will need a clutch rebuild soon. Email me when you have time, then I can send any info I find as well. I'm buying a FWD Multi next week, for daily driving, but the 4x4 would be great as a backup and winter car... Maybe Nissan could open a retro reman!!!
23rd Jan 2015, 15:55
If you are still looking, I have a 1986 Nissan Stanza Wagon 4WD sitting in my garage. It hasn't run in almost 20 years, and the tires are all flat, but it should still have a lot of good parts in it.
2nd Mar 2015, 23:00
Is it still available? I'm very interested in finding another one. I've had 3 and have not found a more useful vehicle.
17th Mar 2015, 23:46
I am looking to buy another Nissan Stanza. Please message me at firstname.lastname@example.org
27th Oct 2015, 16:17
Need a fuel tank for 1986 Nissan Stanza Wagon 4WD. Prefer a used one if available.
Did you ever find a source of parts?
29th Mar 2016, 16:02
I just bought one 1986 Nissan Stanza Wagon last year. It is a good car. Comfortable and fast, because on the highway I run it fast and furious. It is hard to find some parts, but I do not know where to find them. I hope to keep this car for many years.
Fuel economy is another hit, even now the gallon is below $2.
26th Apr 2016, 02:05
I just bought a 1986 Nissan Stanza 4WD Wagon for $500. Has over 230,000 miles on it, and still runs like a champ. She burns a little bit of oil and the front windshield wipers don't work. Anyone have any ideas where to start checking?
4th Dec 2016, 03:03
It's a real pain to find, it's under the intake plenum buried on the firewall side of the motor.
4th Dec 2016, 03:05
I've noticed the internal switches are easily corroded on these vehicles. If it's not the fuse, you might want to investigate the column switch itself.