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  1. Eric

    1973 Datsun 620

    Use the search box in the upper right corner of the screen? Front or rear? Or both? What year is your truck?
  2. Eric

    StreetFighter 620

    so if that is the case it's not because of the ecu it is because of not all the parts that are needed for the ecu to work properly are installed. install what's needed and the ecu will work just fine. unless there is some sort of immobilizer build in the ecu that can be a pain in the ass.
  3. Eric

    StreetFighter 620

    that doesn't make sense. why should an engine not be able to run properly on the ecu it was designed for and run properly on an aftermarket solution. how did you determine it is running rich? sr20's are swapped in so any different cars, i cannot believe the running rich can't be solved with standard parts.
  4. i always use www.flickr.com for hosting of pictures. Yes i have to pay them some yearly fee but that insures me i have acces to all pictures when and where i want. they will never blur or keep stuff out of my reach. if something is free, you ar spaying with your data or you will have to pay afterwards. nothing is for free. except some old Datsun parts i have laying around. Companies don't do free.
  5. even better, thank you very much
  6. Thats great thanks, i guess 79 is not that different?
  7. an sr20 has 2 coolant temp. sensors, one for a gauge and 1 for the ecu.
  8. i just bought an extremely rusty 620 from the UK two weeks ago as a parts truck. are you looking for a rhd or lhd truck?
  9. no, its a coolant temp. sensor not for air. http://nissan4u.com/parts/200sx/el_s14/1999_12/type_1/exhaust_and_cooling/water_pump_cooling_fan_thermostat_water_hose_and_piping/illustration_2/
  10. 14 is a temperature sensor already, thats for the temperature display or the ecu, removing this sensor could make the display not working or the ecu missing input. why do you need an additional temp. sensor?
  11. thats my plan @5t341tH unfortunately my shop manual don't seem to have a wiring diagram with this relais wiring in it.
  12. i planned on removing all the no longer needed wiring and relais, everything is old and crumbled and potentially a problem in the future. the new engine comes with its own engine loom and needs to be connected to the car.
  13. number 4 is the part which started this post. number 16 is thermostat. Now that i look at it you might be right. water is going the other way around!
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