If you are looking to save some money, I'm 99% sure this kit would give you everything you need: I'm not a fan of circuit breakers, so I would replace it with a fuse holder, but it should still work. Inside the rear trunk area, there is an access panel with 4 10mm bolts. Then the trim piece is held in by a few plastic clips. Keep pushing the wire through until nearly all of the harness is in the car. Is it likely that this may be the root cause, or could it be something completely seperate? Could the fuel pump relay be the cause of it? These cars have a common wiring issue that prevents the fuel pump from running.
I have a 90 Stanza On top of tranny cover pan there's a metal tube that looks like a vacuum line goes on it. This will expose the fuel pump access lid. My 91 had it which made changing pump very easy. Checked via Courtesy Parts and it is shown in the 370Z diagram But then Courtesy Parts doesn't link to the actual part and you get these results with a search Hey Fuct No, the nismos don't have a different fuel pump from the other Zs. Now screw the relay to the wall behind the kick panel using a self tapping screw as shown. It is held in with interior clips and should easily pull straight up.
Now you need to solder the two wires that you just pulled through. Leave the engine running and remove the fuel pump relay the engine will stall when the fuel system looses pressure. Guess you have to whip out the battery to get to it then? Note: you probably won't have this many wires running through your grommet. Note the relay location below and make sure your wires are the appropriate length. You may have to search a bit. I also put a large piece of shrink wrap around all of the connections and zip tied all of the wires together. I cut the wire in the middle to give me room to work on each end.
. You'll see a cover to the gas tank with 8 … or so bolts. Most of you can ignore it so it is hidden behind a spoiler. There is a small nut up by the firewall that can be removed by hand. There is also a small tab that connects it to the rubber vertical trim piece on the windshield. Please let the Z community know the findings. If it's true, it doesn't appear to be a big problem, at least among ppl on The370Z.
Remove the passenger side kick panel. Had my car completely die on me last night which was a bummer, had to call the recovery guys out etc etc Turns out it was a fuel pump fuse blown so simple! Run the ground wire to the bolt holding the control module to the wall with the 10 mm bolt pictured above. You want to fish them through to the fuel door compartment. Now pull the red plastic cover off the positive terminal and connect the ring terminal on the power side the harness to the stud closest to the passenger side of the vehicle. It is held in with 4 10 mm bolts. Some Nissans have multiple interior fuse boxes including in the trunk - the video above will show you where the interior fuse box of your 2008 350Z is located.
When the relay is powered across an internal coil, a mechanical switch closes. This wire size should be the same gauge as the small wire from the fuel pump or larger, but not smaller. If all checks out, re-install interior panels don't forget the nut on the kick panel and all battery compartment covers. You will need to remove the windshield cowl, the battery cover door, and the battery trim. Remove the electrical tape around the loom and pull the pink wire from the protective loom. .
I got a 1999 Sentra it cranks but won't start. Remove that nut and pull down and out to remove the p … anel and expose a small bracket that holds two relays. There are a few more clips and it hooks to the driver side cowl. Once removed you need to pull out the insulation material. Just to left of the left foot rest is a plastic nut that holds the kick panel to the floor board.
Push the fuse holder back up under the rubber hood to protect it. This harness provides a dedicated circuit using larger gauge wiring over a much shorter run. I would suggest this route for anyone that doesn't already have connectors and misc. Once you have the hole punched, push the spade terminal end of the harness through the hole and into the cab. This can lead to unstable voltages which in turn result in unstable fuel pressure. As the title says I had to tow my 2010 nismo to the dealership.