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Bobsteriffic

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Bobsteriffic last won the day on May 18 2018

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About Bobsteriffic

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  • Birthday 04/28/1998

Previous Fields

  • Your Pathfinder Info
    1992 Nissan Pathfinder SE
  • Place of Residence
    The Palm Springs of Washington
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
  • Your Age
    16-21
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Model
    SE
  • Year
    1992

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Central WA
  • Country
    United States

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  1. https://boomco.com/shop-by-accessory/spare-tire-covers/soft-tire-covers-premium-vinyl/1987-1995-nissan-pathfinder-soft-tire-cover-w-logo/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw5J_mBRDVARIsAGqGLZDL7RwVz0nyFrL1veNDM9_Eed7eZx92QKaJ3Kk5H6kLwYCHizS3QuUaAiG5EALw_wcB I'm running this one on my '92 since my original one got ripped up pretty good. Quality is pretty decent, just make sure to keep those self-wash/pressure wands away from the lettering... I messed my last one up pretty good.
  2. Good call on filling it with water to find the leak Slart. I was planning on just sealing the entire housing and hoping it would be solve the problem, but tracking it down first is probably a good idea. And yes my grille is a little cockeyed, I'm hoping I should be able to get it out with how it is currently. If I snap any clips/fasteners I've got a good supply of zip-ties standing by lol.
  3. Thank you very much. I appreciate the level of detail you went into, this is the most info I've been able to find anywhere on the subject matter. Also thank you for the input on Lowe's potentially having replacement grill clips, I will definitely take a look there if I manage to snap any.
  4. Hey all, hopefully I don't look too dumb asking this question, I'm just reluctant to yank/force anything on this rig since all the plastic is so brittle and old. Over the winter I lost my passenger side headlight seal, and now that it's warming up outside it's really starting to build up some serious condensation. They're the factory OEM glass housings and they're basically flawless otherwise, so I would like to try and remove it and reseal it with some sort of silicone. Problem is getting to the bolts that hold in the headlight, and it looks like they're behind the grille. I can see the top 5 mounting points with small square plastic screws, and 2 small philips screws under each headlight. It also looks like there's another 3 mounting points across the bottom of the grille, but I can't see how to access it without removing the plastic cover that's on the top of the bumper as well. Can anyone confirm if this is correct? If so can someone shed some light on how to pull that plastic cover off the bumper? Thank you much
  5. Quite the resto thread!! Good luck on the project brother, it looks like you have a lot of dedication towards your Pathy. Definitely following this thread, excited to see what all you do to her!
  6. Little late to the thread here, but I'm suffering from what sounds like the same issue. Let me know if replacing the rear bushings gets your problem figured out! I'm starting to get mildly concerned about the amount of play and squeaking I get...
  7. Drove her home from work late last night, felt like I was boxing the cab with how bad the fuel smell was lmao. Checked her out this morning and discovered the clamps on the small hose between the fuel rails came loose again. Tightened them down and it seems we're good again for the time being. Damn this WD21 and the cold weather sometimes! Lol

    1. adamzan

      adamzan

      I just replaced the hose and the clamps. Problem solved

    2. Wacky_Pathy

      Wacky_Pathy

      I may have the same issue lol. Do you get subtle gasoline fumes in your cab every now and then after you take off? It only seems to happen when its cold out haha.

  8. Getting a 404 error when I try to visit the link FYI...
  9. Damn, really well done. I need one of these!!
  10. Ahhh my bad, I didn't realize that was your issue haha. Yeah mine's a '92 and that worked for me, so I don't really have anything for ya then... Good luck on figuring it out though!
  11. When my tranny was doing this I used the diagnostic mode to help get an idea what it was doing. I don't remember what the culprit was but I did bookmark the service manual in case I would ever need to come back to it. If I remember correctly it's on page AT-39.
  12. It's not fair! I want to vote for all three! Lol
  13. Just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone on this forum for all the help that has been provided to myself and others, as of today I've finally figured out the fix to my ABS light which has been on for almost 10 years now. The Pathy has never looked/functioned this good!

    1. mjotrainbrain

      mjotrainbrain

      10 years, that's such a long time! Congrats on getting that figured out! The forum really is amazing.

    2. RedPath88
  14. My man, thank you for the recommendation on checking under the head unit, you were right. Now I'm confused as to why it was there and not under my driver seat since I have a '92... oh well, I unplugged it and my light is FINALLY gone. Tested the brakes with and without the computer plugged in as well, they feel exactly the same lol. That computer has probably been shot for almost 10 years now. Thanks again, it's pure bliss seeing this dash all lit up at night without any other lights on that shouldn't be. One step closer!
  15. My god I think you might be right. I do remember when I pulled the dash apart to install my head unit and fix the light behind my climate controls that there was an electronic box mounted behind the plastic cover in front of the shifter like you said. I'll definitely be taking a look at it in the morning, you may have finally pointed me in the right direction. As far as the issue with your 4wd light goes, odds are it's just those switches. There's two of them, one is for when the t-case is in 4wd, and the other is for when it's in neutral. It's odd because I searched Nissan's website to see if I could find those part numbers for you, and I'm getting either duplicates of the same part with a different number, or the part was superseded with a newer replacement and I received old stock...? I don't have the part number for the 4wd switch, but I do have the part number for the neutral switch. It's labeled "SWITCH NEUTRAL" part #: 32005-ZD31A Here's the link to the switches I found on Nissan's part site, labeled "SWITCH-ASSY 4WD" and "TRANSFER NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH." Good luck on figuring it out!

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