Datsun Tune-Up Maintenance Guide PDF Free Download
Datsun models covered by this guide are: B110 (1200), B21, F10, 210, 310, 510, 610, 710, 810, Maxima, 200SX, 240Z, 260Z, 280Z, 280ZX, 300 ZX, Stanza, Sentra, Pulsar, 521 Pick-up, 620 Pick-up, and 720 Pick-up. (diesel not included)
This Tune-up and routine maintenance guide was designed to help the home mechanic maintain his or her vehicle with increased performance, economy, safety, reliability and vehicle life in mind
Included is a maintenance schedule, procedures grouped according to time/mileage intervals and step-by-step instructions which deal specifically with each item on the schedule The procedures range from visual checks and adjustments to item replacements The term “tune-up” is loosely used to describe a series of procedures that are actually part of the routine maintenance schedule
Servicing your vehicle using the time/mileage intervals and the accompanying instructions will give you a planned program of maintenance Keep in mind that it is a comprehensive plan and maintaining only a few items at the specified intervals will not produce the same results The maintenance procedures are arranged in the order that they should be done and are grouped to make the entire job as easy as possible
Deciding where to start or plug into the routine maintenance schedule depends on several factors If you have a vehicle whose warranty has recently expired, and if it has been maintained according to the warranty standards, you may want to begin routine maintenance as it coincides with the next mileage or calendar interval If you have owned the vehicle for some time but have never performed any maintenance on it, then you may want to start at the next interval and include some additional procedures to ensure that nothing important is overlooked If you have just purchased a used vehicle and have no knowledge of its care or maintenance record, you may want to combine all the checks into one large service initially and then settle into the prescribed maintenance schedule.
The first step in this or any maintenance plan is to prepare yourself before the actual work begins Read through the appropriate procedures for all work that is to be performed before you begin Gather together all necessary parts and tools If it appears that you could have a problem during a particular job, don’t hesitate to seek advice from an auto parts store, dealer service department or a knowledgeable friend
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Every 250 miles or weekly maintenance
Every 3,000 miles or 3 months maintenance .
Every 6,000 miles or 6 months maintenance .
Every 12,000 miles or 12 months maintenance
Every 24,000 miles or 24 months maintenance
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