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Chiefpathy

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About Chiefpathy

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    NPORA Newbie
  • Birthday 03/26/1973

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    I have 2. The one that I am driving now, is a 94XE with about 207K mi, stock. The one that is broken is a 95SE with 146K mi, stock.
  • Place of Residence
    Klamath Falls, OR
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
  • Your Age
    40-45
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Model
    XE
  • Year
    1994

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United States
  • Country
    United States
  1. Replaced the strut rod bushings and driver's side door hinge pins and bushings. Replacing the strut rod bushings was pretty easy, the door hinge pins and bushings on the other hand were a PITA! I was successful at both though. Last weekend I also tackled the passenger side exhaust manifold broken studs. Big job, but it went pretty smooth, and no more tick, tick, tick!
  2. Tackled the passenger side exhaust manifold bolts that were busted off, and it was a success! No more tick, tick, tick.
  3. Accidentally posted this first in the "Posting and You" section, but figured I would post it where it belongs now. Hello NPORA members! My name is Jason Cossette, from Klamath Falls, OR. I haven't posted anything on here yet, but have used these forums extensively to help diagnose issues I have had with my vehicles. The service manuals and all the knowledge found here are invaluable. Thank you all. I haven't done anything to my vehicles, as I am usually just trying to keep things in working order lol! I have a 95 SE 4wd, 146,000 miles, that is just sitting for now because I decided to jump a tree with on accident last deer hunting season. The one I am currently driving is a 94 XE 4wd, 207,000 miles. I am about to tackle the busted exhaust manifold bolts on the passenger side. The 94 I picked up for $800, and so far I replaced the radiator, thermostat, cap, rotor, plugs, plug wires, and the coolant sensor for the gauge. I do have plans to SAS the 95 someday, and am looking at somehow sticking a 4bt cummins under the hood. I'm a dreamer, but I believe I can do it, and that's what matters. I look forward to gaining and sharing knowledge on these forums. Glad I signed up!
  4. Thanks. I did find the timing off a couple of degrees too, so that may be where my fuel economy has gone, along with the crappy winter gas we have to use. As for the exhaust, I already did the driver's side, and that wasn't much fun. There is even less room on the passenger side, so it should be fun!
  5. I have the same code 51, on my 94 pathfinder. I have gone through the procedure for testing the injector circuit, and found about a 1.2v drop on the 2,4,6 side, and further inspection found that my #6 injector ohms out at 14.4, and all the others were about 12.8. Could that one injector be the cause of my voltage drop on that side? The other thing that I found funny is, that when doing the power bank testing (I think that's what it's called), the #6 cylinder did stumble just like all the others when I pulled the plug wire. The truck still runs smooth, but I have been getting crappy fuel economy lately. Crappier than normal. I also tested the MAF, TPS, IACV, and O2 sensors according to the procedures, and all of them test good. The truck got a tune up when I first bought it about a year ago, plugs, cap, rotor, wires, fuel and air filters, and also a new radiator. I also am planning on tackling the passenger side exhaust manifold leak this weekend. Looks like a PITA.
  6. Hello NPORA members! My name is Jason Cossette, from Klamath Falls, OR. I haven't posted anything on here yet, but have used these forums extensively to help diagnose issues I have had with my vehicles. The service manuals and all the knowledge found here are invaluable. Thank you all. I haven't done anything to my vehicles, as I am usually just trying to keep things in working order lol! I have a 95 SE 4wd, 146,000 miles, that is just sitting for now because I decided to jump a tree with on accident last deer hunting season. The one I am currently driving is a 94 XE 4wd, 207,000 miles. I am about to tackle the busted exhaust manifold bolts on the passenger side. The 94 I picked up for $800, and so far I replaced the radiator, thermostat, cap, rotor, plugs, plug wires, and the coolant sensor for the gauge. I do have plans to SAS the 95 someday, and am looking at somehow sticking a 4bt cummins under the hood. I'm a dreamer, but I believe I can do it, and that's what matters. I look forward to gaining and sharing knowledge on these forums. Glad I signed up! Just realized I posted this in the Editing and Posting and You section, so this last sentence was edited! Ha!

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