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About adamzan

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  • Birthday October 15

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    1994 SE-V6Mods:3" PA Body lift3" SL (AC springs and AC UCA)ARB Front bar.Infinity speakers, sub and kenwood deck with bluetooth.Cold air intakeExternal Transmission cooler, filter and Temp gauge.Deep Cycle BatterySport Rack roof basketAVS VentvisorsTrailer Hitch modded for body lift.33x12.5x15 Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires on Cragar Soft 8 wheels31x10.5x15 Goodyear Wrangler Territory tires on stock lego rims (street wheels)And some other stuff.1995 SE-V6Winter ride. Bone Stock and rusty.
  • Place of Residence
    Ottawa Ontario, Canada
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    Screwdriver Mechanic
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  • What do you consider yourself?
    Serious Off Road Enthusiast
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    SE
  • Year
    1995

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    Ottawa Ontario, Canada
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  1. If you're going to drive the truck in the winter, do yourself a favor and get it oil sprayed. It seems like that is a way less common thing in the US than Canada, I get all my cars done every year that see winter. The pathy gets parked in the garage for the season, though.
  2. People on here complaining about the oil filter location (for the most part) have not worked on a wide variety of cars haha. There is much, much worse.
  3. Most of the time I've found they weren't stuck, but there is a lot of crap in the plug wells preventing the socket from seating properly. Actually I'd say 100% of the time that's what it is. I've never had a seized plug in a VG.
  4. Lol the one in my membership profile was 2 trucks ago. Probably should update that.
  5. You could probably save a good chunk of change by taking the interior apart yourself. I've patched many of those rusted out rear floors. I didn't do an "oem" looking patch but I did cut out the rust, form a patch, and then welded it flush into the floor. It looked fine after painting it and it is under the truck so no one will notice. I'm assuming the body shop wants to cut the entire rear seat area out and weld in a new piece?
  6. I honestly just grab the best aftermarket rotors I can find (raybestos or delco professional are good) and some good semi metallic pads. Ceramic has a @!*% cold bite and I find semi-metallic work the best on the pathfinder. I ran Wagner ThermoQuiet Ceramics once and I tore them off the truck after 10k because I couldn't handle it anymore.
  7. That's about where it normally runs 1/4-1/3 on the gauge. Do you have good heat? If so I wouldn't worry about the thermostat.
  8. That looks great. And thank you for actually masking off the lock cylinders and door handles. Nothing looks worse than that to me lol.
  9. My 1995 still has them, surprisingly, I did replace the bad parts with some new stuff when I replaced the condenser. With a new fan clutch she blows 40 degree air at idle and that is on a 90+ day with humidity. It's colder than most of my friends/coworkers cars feel at idle. Then again when I pulled a vacuum, I went for lunch and left it running for almost 2 hours by accident lol. If I put my hand in front of the condenser I feel a lot of air being moved, then again I replaced the radiator as well. The old one was very caked with mud and debris from over the years. I'm sure that prevented the air from the fan getting to the condenser. The other thing I don't like about e-fans is I have been on the trail where someone's has died after a water crossing. It's just my opinion that the original style fan is more reliable. But this is the r50 forum and I'm getting off topic so...
  10. I would make sure everything else is okay first wiring wise, just incase it was a coincidence. Personally I don't like parts store reman starters, but I don't think we have much choice these days.
  11. It's still miserable with a 3" BL but only because I added headers haha. The Xterra 3.3 starter is smaller in comparison. I wonder if I could just use one of them.
  12. Try hitting the starter as well with the long pole under the back seats (for the jack). And you can also try jiggling the key in the ignition. It is the ignition switches that wear out in these.
  13. No idea about this website, but they are listed here: http://www.megatunning.com/obx-stainless-steel-header-for-90-91-92-93-94-nissan-pathfinder-v6-3-0l-vg30/
  14. If your ac is not working well at idle and you have all good components, you have an airflow issue. The clutch fan when fully locked will pull more air than any electric. Like OP did with the pipe insulation, there was some sort of foam @!*% there from the factory, but it degrades over the years and falls out.
  15. You could also post on thenissanpath, it seems more of them are there.

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