2003-2009 Nissan 350Z

NEW 350z Owner Need Guidance

Old 08-29-2018, 09:18 AM
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Default NEW 350z Owner Need Guidance

Hey, I just recently bought a 350z Mannual with only 9k miles on it. Itís also my first car, I was able to save money throughout my high school career. I really donít know very much about the car but I am learning as Iím driving and looking through the forums. When I got the car it had a scratch under the side skirt of the car . I wanted to know how I can go about that. I also wanted to know which websites you guys recommend to buy body parts and wheels for the Z. Thanks for any help.
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just leave the scratch alone for now, being your first car you will prob add more

everything you could want to know about the car can be found by searching here, every topic has been covered a thousand times
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Your first car is a Z and you live in Minnesota? Bad combination.
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9,000 miles in Minnesota... itís never even seen rain prolly. Please donít drive that in the snow itís like sacrificing a virgin just a waste of untouched potential!
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Guidance: even with low miles on the Z, I'd recommend changing out all lubricants (engine, tranny rear end and brake fluid) with fresh products. Do a search and you'll not only find a plethora of recommendations, but also DIY threads, so you get to know your car a bit better. Learn to do these little things first, and forget about body parts and wheels for now.
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