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Cooling System
Heater Core removal for beginners-Dash in by tzpark
on 04 Dec 2012 by admin author list
Heater Core removal for beginners-Dash in by tzpark [read more]
How the Engine Cooling System works
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
How the Engine Cooling System works [read more]
Tectalloy Coolant Techinfo (PDF) - 2007
on 21 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Tectalloy Coolant Techinfo (PDF) - 2007 [read more]
Temperature Warning Device (TWD)
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
2009 TWD Install Procedure (Printable PDF) Device Overview/Specs (Printable PDF) [read more]
Coolant Temp Sensor
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Coolant Temp Sensor [read more]
Alternative Top Radiator Hose
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Top hose for a Holden, HT, HQ, HJ, HX, HZ, and Statesman 253 (308 5.0L) Torana LH, LX Part number, 7437639 [read more]
Auxiliary Fan Operation and Diagnostic Tips
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Auxiliary Fan Operation and Diagnostic Tips:   This page is intended to assist in understanding when the fan should work and provide some diagnostic tips for checking and testing components. It is intended for the more experienced DIYer. Please read the ENTIRE page, including conclusions and the Fine Print before starting any actual work. For Z32 owners who are having overheating [read more]
Auxiliary Fan Operation with the Air conditioning
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Aux Fan runs with AC Hooking up your Auxilary Fan low speed to engage simultaneously with Air Conditioning operation Applications: Twin Turbo only. NA's only have a single speed aux fan which should be left to be controlled by ECU. Whilst this will still work for NA's, I don;t recommend it. Who should do this: Only absolutely pedantic, obzessive types like me who [read more]
Cooling system advice by Zcar91
on 10 Feb 2009 by admin author list
Hi All, The information below applies to generally to the Z32 and in particular to the TT. I understand that cooling of the Aus-spec NA is better than the TT due to the slightly larger capacity radiator. It would be an interesting experiment to install an Aus-spec NA radiator into a TT and closely observe the temperature variations, perhaps a [read more]
How a thermostat works
on 15 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Thermostat Thermostat   Description A thermostat is a part of an engine cooling system. The thermostat helps to maintain the engine coolant temperature within the normal operating range.How it works:When the engine started cold, the thermostat is closed. The engine coolant (antifreeze) does not circulate through the radiator (see the pictures). Instead it returns back into the engine through the by-pass tube. [read more]
Plenum Pull with Coolant bypass
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Plenum Pull and Water Hose Bypass Procedure This is a copy of NytWolf's article from Twinturbo.net Plenum Pull and Water Hose Bypass Procedure NOTE:This procedure was written by removing the plenum off of a VG30DETT, and assumes all other emissions controls systems are intact. Although there are few differences, the procedure for the VG30DE is very similar.   In order to properly remove a [read more]
Radiator and Thermostat removal.
on 15 Nov 2007 by admin author list
1) Make sure the engine's nice and cold..... dealing with hot fluids and metal isn't going to be fun for anybody 2) Drain the radiator fluid by either undoing the drain plug, which is accessible through a panel under the car near the lower driver’s side corner of the radiator, or by pulling off one of the hoses. Also remove the [read more]
Radiator Coolant Level Indicator
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Chewy's cool water level device Credit goes to JetZX for retrieving this article!  I made one for about $30 using a VDO water level sensor. It has a resistance value when water is around the sensor and then it's an infinite resistance when no water is around it. So a simple comparator circuit is all that was needed. Water Level Indicator Mini-TechAfter [read more]
Replacing your coolant the easy way. (for those using corrosion inhibitor concentrates only)
on 31 Mar 2009 by admin author list
It is important to ensure all your old coolant is expelled from your system before any new additives are mixed in. Firstly, you want any rusty water out of there, and some coolant types are incompatible if you are changing brand. Also, Coolant additives have a lifespan, so even if your old coolant looks OK, it still needs to be flushed out. Here [read more]
the A-Z of Overheating by Zed4life
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
the A to Z of 300zx overheating The A to Z of If your zed has ever overheated, you'll know that instant panic feeling when you either see the temp gauge skyrocket up or you see steam rising from the hood. The zed engine bay is probably as cramped as you can get and this combined with an inaccurate temperature gauge [read more]
TWD Installation guide
on 20 Nov 2007 by admin author list
2009 TWD Install Procedure (Printable PDF) Device Overview/Specs (Printable PDF) [read more]