Chilton's Nissan: 240Sx/Altima 1993-98 Repair Manual (Anglais) Broché – 25 juillet 1998
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One could tackle just about any job with this in hand. Where it lacks is in being able to provide technical data and diagnostics of the integrated systems of the car.
If you're looking for diagnostics of the engine management system (ie. the ECU), a Factory Service Manual will be best. This book doesn't really handle that well.
Instead of giving specific, detailed instructions, many times the wording is very general and assumes you already know what you're doing. If you are trying to remove a part, for example, the instruction might be a very simple "remove that part"; whereas I would like to see a book that says "this is what the part looks like, this is exactly where it is in relation to other parts, these are the bolts used to hold it on, and by the way you'll need an 11mm wrench to take four of the bolts off and then a screwdriver to disconnect the wire". So more detail and more exploded diagrams showing each individual part would be helpful.
Unfortunately there isn't much else out there in the way of detailed repair manuals (and certainly there isn't much for an obscure car like the 240sx), I've also used the Haynes manuals and found them equally unhelpful. However both are better than nothing at all, meaning that if you can get through them they will help you complete your project.
I had a Honda Civic years ago and had a great repair manual for it that was called "How to keep your Honda Alive for the Compleat(!) Idiot" or something like that. That was a terrific book, very detailed, and even went so far as to give you instructions on how to cook chicken on your exhaust manifold. I haven't seen any of those books since.