detailing it as we speak. also vacumned the inside. put another layer of scotch guard on all the interior seating except the drivers seat for now. the car deserved it, as i was starting to let it go(looks wise).
did my usual long commute, then tried to get an oil change, manual transmission fluid change, and a slow leak in my front passenger tire fixed. Laziness has got me in it's grip, so went to pepboys to see how much it would cost. they wanted 120 for the manual transmission fluid change alone!!! 35 bones for the oil change?! They asked me if i wanted the transmission filter changed?! They wanted to do a full fluid flush and exchange?! This is after i told them 5 times, in the presence of one of their mechanics this is a manual transmission, not an automatic. took my sentra home so it wouldn't be abused by idiots.
Joined 5 d ago
Discussion Starter • #1 • 5 d ago
I am not a car enthusiast however my son was. I have been made the proud owner :) of a brand new 2002 Nissan Sentra Cylinder Head, still in shipping crate. I have no idea who would want it but I do know that...
Bought my spec - V used. Aftermarket shift knob because it matches the paint and is oh! So cool.
Anyways looks like the adapter was plastic, and very cheap plastic as it cross-threaded when I tried taking it off. In all fairness: the knob itself actually seems to be quality enough. It's either...
I just bought a 03 Sentra spec v and am planning to dirt track it. I am new to the Sentra world and am wondering what would be the best way/parts to use for a build. I have to stay within 20% of the factory psi compression in each cylinder and pull 18 pounds of vacuum needs to be stock...