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1992 Nissan Truck Consumer Discussions

horse engines in '92 were only available in big trucks and astro vans and big vans. no engine option on s10....

If you truly want to compare Ford and Nissan trucks, go to nhtsa.com and check out the number of recalls and TSBs (Technical Service Bulletins) each has had. That'll tell you something about quality. ...

In the winter, I ski every weekend. I understand how to drive a heavy SUV in the snow. (Go down hills and corners like Grandma, use the transmission for speed control, and never touch the brakes.) I ...

I'm trying to sell my 1992 Nissan pickup truck. It is a 4x2 with 35,500 miles. Manual transmission, regular cab. Custom 15x7 wheels, roll bar, KC fog lamps on the roll bar, bed mat, chrome bumpers....

I had the same problem. I took my 1992 Nissan 4x4 to a company that specializes in electrical wiring and they found a short circuit in the starter circuit in the fuse box under the dash. Another ser...

last week I replaced my alternator. everything went good. but now some of my dash lights stay on. they are, battery, brake, and alt. lights. I have rechecked the belt and put the voltage meter on and ...

said about the clutch being undersized for the truck this size/power. He also said it is the clutch that is going to kingdom.... I've contacted two Nissan dealers so far and both said this is a wear ...
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