1999 Nissan President
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1994, ENGINE'S CRANKSHAFT BEND SLIGHTLY
AND COULD NOT BE REPAIRED SO I AM LOOKING FOR A
1988, i have a nissan president model H250 V8
with Y44 engine and i need the following
1992, black smoke andvery high consume of
diesel 5kilometers per one liters. ano ang
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1999 Nissan President specs
The first generation of the Nissan President, designated 150, debuted in 1965, replacing the Cedric Special as Nissan's top-of-the-range model. Available with either the 4.0litre Y40 V8 engine, developed specially for that model, or a 3.0litre H30 Straight-6, this model served as the official car of the Japanese Prime Minister Eisaku Sato.
The Nissan President 150 was replaced by a new 250 generation in 1973. The V8 engine had its displacement increased to 4.4litre and was now designated Y44E, and a 3.0litre version was still available. This chassis was mainly the same with a new front face grille. In 1977 the Sovereign trim was added. The President (H150) was introduced in October 1965 as a replacement for the Cedric Special. It had a choice of H30 six-cylinder and Y40 V8 engines and was very lavishly appointed for its time. The second generation (H250) was introduced in 1973 with the Y44 engine (later receiving fuel injection), and would continue until 1990.
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