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    A rare 1990 2-door SE-V6 VG30e (MPFI) automatic, new to me in Aug-2013.Here's a list of completed and planned work. Completed so far:- New tires (it had sedan white-walls when I bought it)- Outsourced the oily bits: New timing belt, replaced valve cover gaskets, and repaired exhaust manifold studs (bulletin 94-041)- Got and installed inclinometer- Modified and installed lower center dash from '93 (for USB power and storage area)- Installed a whole new audio system: head unit, amp, speakers - the works- Wired for and installed auto-dimming mirror with Temperature and Compass- Added Homelink from a Range Rover- Replaced rotted factory nerf bars and replaced them with NOS Westin bars- Replaced sun-bleached mirrors and door handles with chrome ones- Expedition box completed for the cargo area- Found, refurbed, and added a straight wing from a '92- Replaced ignition switch and door locks with NOS, which solved the electrical gremlins in the door lock system- Installed the headlight relay mod and installed auto-headlight module- Replaced power window motors- Had all windows tinted to 20%- Had new exhaust piping, muffler, and chrome finisher installed- Installed new shocks- Added high-mount (3rd) brake lightStill on the to do list:- Chrome front grille, bumper, markers from a '93- Looking for factory grille / brush guard- Add rear spacers (1" or maybe 2")- Add roof rack so it's ready for a basket and expeditions
  • Place of Residence
    Columbia, Tennessee
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Screwdriver Mechanic
  • Your Age
    46+
  • What do you consider yourself?
    I Go When I Can
  • Model
    SE
  • Year
    1990

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  • Location
    Columbia, Tennessee
  • Country
    United States

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  1. @AndrewC Do you still need these? I've got a sun bleached pair you can have to $15 including USPS express mail.
  2. I can confirm (from personal experience) that first gen Xterra sunroofs are a direct replacement for the WD21 sunroof. That's what I'm running in my rig, since the weather stripping on the original completely deteriorated. The connectors for the sunshade are different than the original WD21 (screw-in versus a cam connector), so grab the shade if you can find one.
  3. I had planned to do the same thing, but it's not quite as simple as I hoped. There were changes to the metal ribs under the headliner, and the 2-doors don't have a bracket that the 4-door map lights attach to. As for the wiring, it runs up the left hand A pillar, then over the door and around the sunroof (at least one a 1990 2-door). I ended up giving up on the map lights, but wired an auto-dimming mirror and a Homelink transmitter from a Range Rover in that spot.
  4. Replaced the alternator after diagnosing it as the cause of the dead battery. It was only putting out 13 volts and looked like it was still the original. So got a new unit (not remanned), but now the Brake, Charge, and AT Oil Temp lights are staying on (they weren't on before). Checked the belt tension and tightened the hell out of it, but still have the lights. Any ideas?
  5. Wow - now this is a zombie thread! But it's a great one to have come back to life. 10 - Wild & Wicked - Shania Twain 09 - Route 66 - Depeche Mode 08 - Dracula (Matrix Remix) - Rob Zombie 07 - Castaway - Green Day 06 - My Sherona - The Knack 05 - Promised Land - Elvis Presley 04 - Lawless and Lulu - Buckcherry 03 - Sucker for Mystery - Danny Elfman 02 - Song 2 - Blur 01 - Come with me Now - Kongos
  6. WD21's didn't have headlight relays. There's a good write-up in the garage section about it: http://www.nissanpathfinders.net/forum/topic/4945-headlights-performing-poorly/page-1 Lots of folks here have installed the headlight relay mod, including me. It makes a huge difference.
  7. Had a no-start issue crop up last weekend (in the middle of moving). No click at all when I turned the key to try and start it after filling i with fuel. After checking all the cheap and easy stuff, it turned out to be the starter. Took 4 days to get the part, but it's back on the road again.

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