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CNAM last won the day on January 4 2016

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About CNAM

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    And if you don't know, now you know....
  • Birthday 09/11/1979

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    The "Buttfinder" 2001 Nissan Pathfinder SE 3.5L v6(VQ35DE) 4x4 R-50. KR Fabs 4" SFD with 2" AC coil lift springs in front and KYB Excel-G struts. WJ 6.5" lift springs (IRO) Bilstein rear shocks and custom UTA's. Warn premium manual locking hubs. Goodyear Wrangler MTR's with kevlar 35x12.5x15R on 15x8 Rock Crawlers and 2" wheel spacers. Secondary 10" Hayden super duty high flow electric fan and thermostatic control. BullDog transmission cooler with electric fan. K&N FIPK2 intake. Flowmaster series 50 H.D. Muffler 409S - 2.50" Dual In / 2.50" Dual Out. Custom high-back dual tail pipes. Auxbeam F-16 Series hi/low beam headlight bulbs. LED fogs and 24" LED bar flood/spot combo winch light. 6 LED under body rock lights. 42" LED roof light bar. Uniden XL505 CB and Firestik. Pioneer head unit. JL Audio 6.5" front door speakers. 2x Hollywood Excursion 12" subs in a box in the trunk. Performance Teknique 1200w amp and Pyle capacitor. Tiregate Hitch gate spare tire carrier. Hi-Lift jack.
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    San Pedro CA
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    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
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  1. Ugh.... Getting ready for complete engine rebuild. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Looks like it’s detached from the sway bar end link. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I bought my pathfinder new in Dec of ‘00. It’s a ‘01. I did anything but baby it and even properly maintain it as I was fairly young back then and didn’t know much better nor have money to stay up on all required maint. I just early this year had the trans rebuilt at 220,000 miles. From what I’ve heard the transmission in these is close to bulletproof. Not to mention I run 35” tires which has to add stress on the trans. 1,100$ to rebuild and it’s been good as new since then. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I am about to replace both thermostats and the water pump on mine. It’s been slightly overheating. These trucks have two thermostats that control the coolant flow through the cooling system. I would recommend using OEM Nissan parts. I’m not sure there’s any other type of water control valve other than the thermostats. And if they begin to get stuck the truck will run hot. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Shift lock solenoid has failed like mine did years ago. You can get it into other positions by reaching under the passenger side of the shifter cover and manually flipping it with your finger. I recommend having someone press the brake pedal for you as you look and see what small piece is getting stuck or failing to move or not allowing the shifter to unlock then cutting the tab with angle cutters. I ended up cutting mine so that it never locks. This allows the shifter to move without pressing the brake pedal. As far as a muffler check my profile. I put a flowmaster. I love that muffler. Hope this helps! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I wired mine directly to the existing fog light wires. So it comes on with my fog lights. Easy. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Time to replace rack n pinion(warranty), ball joints, tie rod ends n tires.

  8. Did they replace the shift solenoids when the trans was rebuilt? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. yeah Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. i just made my own UCA’s for the rear and that took care of the rear diff angle and growling on high speed decel. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. New laptop...Good to be back!

  12. Take it for alignment. Possibly time to change your struts.

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