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Nissan Pulsar N14 1991 1995 Haynes Service Repair Manual

About the Nissan Pulsar

The Nissan Pulsar is an automobile that was produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan from 1978, when it debuted as a subcompact car, to 2007, when it was replaced in all markets by the Nissan Tiida. It was originally conceived as a replacement for Nissan's first front-wheel drive platform, the Nissan Cherry family (models E10 and F10). Although Pulsar models were mainly in front-wheel drive configuration, Nissan did offer four-wheel drive models during the 1980s to early-1990s, ultimately ending with the four-wheel drive turbocharged Nissan Pulsar GTI-R. Some models were sold as Nissan Sunny and Nissan Almera. In 1995, the N15 Pulsar was launched and sold in Europe as the Nissan Almera. The New Zealand Nissan Sentra changed name to Pulsar after the Nissan assembly plant in Wiri, Auckland closed down in 1998, in favour of imports from Japan. Again, four and five-door models were offered, with three door models being available in Europe only, and not Australia and New Zealand. The Australasian versions included the LX, SLX, Q and SSS variants. New Zealand specific versions included the S and SE variant. The SSS model (5-door hatch only) featured the SR20DE engine featuring 105 kW (141 hp)/179 Nm. The station wagon continued to be from the Sunny, later spun off in Japan into the Nissan Wingroad.

In 1990, the N14 model saw Nissan turn to a more curved design. The Liberta and Langley Villa model names were discontinued.This version proceeded to be granted in Brand new Zealand as the Sentra (unrelated to the version sold in North America). In Europe, the Sunny name applied, continued to three-door hatchback, five-door hatchback and four-door sedan designs, alongside the Sunny California station wagon from Japan (called either the Sunny Estate or Sunny Traveller).There was no N14 Pulsar offered in the United States or Canada either; rather, the North American Pulsar for those markets evolved into just what was known as the NX1600 with the GA16DE engine, the SR18DE or the NX2000 with the SR20DE engine and rear disc brakes. The NX cars are play coup����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������©s sharing the same engines, chassis, body electronics and even dashboard as Sunny and Pulsar. 1994 was the last year for the N chassis in the US.The Taiwanese Pulsar was manufactured by Nissan's Yulon subsidiary under their AREX brand - in which it utilized the exact same engines as does the Japanese version.

In Australia, the N14 (aka ES) had been available in four designs, all front-wheel drive only, in either four-door sedan or four-door hatchback variations. Nissan Australia assembled the range that sold from October 1991 through to February 1993 at their factory in Clayton South, Victoria. After Nissan closed the plant in October 1992 for financial reasons, the designs (known as the "show 2") were imported from Japan and sold until September 1995. Unlike the N13 Pulsar/Astra, Holden in Australia did not use a variant of this Pulsar, instead selecting to use a rebadged variant of the rival Toyota Corolla, which they sold as the Holden Nova until the late 1990s when they reintroduced the Astra name for their variant of the Opel Astra. The Pulsar N14 was awarded Australian Wheels magazine's Car of the Year in 1991, an honour it revealed with the Honda NSX.

Engines

GA16DE 1,596 cc (1.6 L; 97.4 cu in), 110 PS (81 kW; 108 hp) at 6,000 rpm, 15 kg����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������·m (150 N����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������·m; 110 lb����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������·ft) at 4,000 rpm

SR20DE 1,998 cc (2.0 L; 121.9 cu in), 143 PS (105 kW; 141 hp) at 6,400 rpm, 18 kg����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������·m (180 N����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������·m; 130 lb����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������·ft) at 4,800 rpm

GLi 4 or 5 door GA16DE

Q 5 door GA16DE or SR20DE (option)

TI 4 or 5 door GA16DE or SR20DE(option)

SSS 5 door SR20DE

Nissan Pulsar N14 Gregorys Service and Repair Workshop Manual 1991-1995 1992 1993 1994

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