Item description for How to Rebuilt Your Nissan/Datsun OHC Engine: Covers L-Series Engines 4-Cylinder 1968-1978, 6-Cylinder 1970-1984 by Tom Monroe...
A concise text and photo sequences guide home-shop enthusiasts through each step of a typical engine rebuild. Provides comprehensive information on how to diagnose, remove, tear down, inspect, recondition, assemble, and install all Nissan and Datsun four- and six-cylinder L-Series engines. Includes parts interchange and identification information.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 11" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date May 31, 2002
Publisher California Bill'S Automotive Handbooks
ISBN 1931128030 ISBN13 9781931128032
Availability 7 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 19, 2017 08:33.
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More About Tom Monroe
Tom Monroe, P.E., S.A.E., A.S.E. Master Mechanic is the author of eight books on automotive engine performance and rebuilding.
Reviews - What do customers think about How to Rebuilt Your Nissan/Datsun OHC Engine: Covers L-Series Engines 4-Cylinder 1968-1978, 6-Cylinder 1970-1984?
How to Rebuild Your Nissan/Datsun OHC Engine: Covers L-Series Engines 4-Cylinder 1968-1978, 6-Cylinder 1970-1984 Jun 27, 2007
Tom Monroe has given us a great deal of information on the L-series engines in this volume. Arranged in a logical and user-friendly manner, the text covers the rebuilding of these engines completely. The manual is based on rebuilding the 4 cylinder L-series, but the author has managed to include all necessary information on the L-6 in a lucid and easy to use manner. This manual, along with the "How to Modify" manual by Frank Honsowetz, is an absolutely essential addition to the Datsun Z car library.
How to Rebuild Your Nissan/Datsun OHC Engine Nov 11, 2006
Cover most of the items a person needs to know in order to properly rebuild a Datsun engine. The only item I needed that was not posted was a list of pin heights for the available pistons. If I had that info I would have given the book a "5" rating.
A good guide to rebuilding Datsun/Nissan engines. Aug 31, 2004
If you own any Datsun/Nissan with any L-series engine and you need to know if it needs a rebuild then this book will tell you what you need to know.Find out what's wrong first before you decide what to do.This book is a great guide to these engines.For those who like working on cars this book will help you along the way.Good value.
Great But Limited to Older Engines Dec 29, 1999
This excellent book does NOT cover all Nissan overhead cam engines, only the now-ancient L types. Since the title addresses overhead cam engines and the current edition is 1998, I had hoped my 1989 GA16i overhead cam engine would be covered. It isn't. So, if you have a newer Nissan engine, buy this book anyway for the great advice and techniques but also get a separate shop manual for your engine. And I hope the author will update this book soon to cover the newer engines.
Excellent Photos and Info, required for any L-series owner Sep 7, 1999
This book was of great assistance to me during the rebuild of my Datsun 240Z. The information was instrumental and helpful all along the way. Compared to the Haynes and Chilton manuals, this book presented pictures and words which matched and cohered to what I was doing on the motor at the time. Also the amount of illustrations and clarity were excellent, as a picture is worth a thousand words. Aside from the Nissan shop manual which you can't get your hands on I feel this is the best publication to have at your side during any Nissan rebuild.