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  1. kutukutu1

    78 280Z ignition condenser

    Thanks. I took the alternator to oreilly and they checked it and failed all test so I put a new one on and everything seems ok. Thanks for the help.
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    78 280Z ignition condenser

    Thanks. I’ll check it out tonight. I might just take it off and take it to the auto parts and have them run a test on it.
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    78 280Z ignition condenser

    Hello, I started the car the other day, it was hard to start, but it idled fine. Took it for a drive and i saw the amp meter dropping to 8 and oscillating violently as well as the car sputtered and could see the rpm dropping real low. Looked at all the ignition stuff and saw the condenser wire had broken off. I have a parts car and took the condenser form it and it still does the same thing. I am unsure of the condition of the parts car condensor, its been sitting for over 20 years. Parts are not available, i bought a 22 microfarad condenser from another car in hope to see if it works. ANy suggestion?
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  5. Yeah no threads like the r180. I really hope someone can help identify it. Sorry of pulling it from the case top look for a party number, I don't know what else to look for.
  6. It's dead obvious in the open diff. Let's hope someone can identify it. The case number on my open diff is the same as the lsd, but clearly the internals are different. I spun it to see if it had any markings, but nothing. It also does not look like the factory clsd from nissan.
  7. So I pulled the diff from the parts car and looked at it closely. It all makes sense and I can see the clip and groove. The lsd unit in the other diff does not have the clip groove at all. That lsd unit must be different.
  8. Thats what I am going to do. Look at the open diff, look at the clips in the open diff and compare. Maybe nissan gave more the wrong clips. Thanks for the pic. I'll let you know what I find.
  9. Also, I am going to assume that this being an r200, it will work with the standard stub axles and cardan joint half shafts from the original z. I have a spare car with an open diff r200. If I don't care for having cv axles, the cardan half shaft from the parts car should work on this diff,correct?
  10. Zed, thanks for all the help you're providing. What I mean by seat, is when I put the axles in with no clips at all. There is a piece of round stock that separates both axles and that piece if you tap on it, it moves towards one side our the other. If I move it to one side, one axle does not go in all the way, and vice versa. Ill take some more pictures tomorrow. I tried today to install it with the clips, but no success. Thanks again for the help.
  11. Well, I pulled the diff and took off the cover. It's a clutched lsd for sure. On top of the diff the numbers are 88911 N9100. I looked online but could not find what diff it is. This is a picture from the inside. If I put both axles in, if I seat one side the other side does not go all the way in and vise versa. It looks like the axles stub that goes in the diff combined length is to long.
  12. Yes I do. Lol. Thanks for the aid. I'll post if I figure out what the hell I have.
  13. To be honest I tried to measure inside the diff and I cant get a clear view. It also does not look like the 3rd groove I was putting the clip on matches to the axle. Again, the fact that I see no groove in the spline area is concerning. My diff just has a 392 casted on it. I know it has more numbers on top but I can't see them unless I drop the diff. I can tell it's a r200 because it has the extra metal like your pictures but the internals picture.compared to mine is titally different. I am gonna have to figure something out to identify the internals. With mine I cant see the spider gear carriage. I am thinking my diff myst be some other one. Thanks for the.pictures.
  14. Thanks. That will help me some. To be honest I tried to measure inside the diff and I cant get a clear view. It also does not look like the 3rd groove I was putting the clip on matches to the axle. Again, the fact that I see no groove in the spline area is concerning. My diff just has a 392 casted on it. I know it has more numbers on top but I can't see them unless I drop the diff
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