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Teesetz

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Teesetz last won the day on October 1 2020

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    1994 XE
  • Place of Residence
    Portland
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Screwdriver Mechanic
  • Your Age
    22-29
  • What do you consider yourself?
    I Go When I Can
  • Model
    XE
  • Year
    1994

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  • Location
    Oregon
  • Country
    United States

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  1. Hey. I’m also in Portland and would be down to do something.
  2. So I am going to be doing replacing both my CV shafts soon. I have a Chiltons manual that is for 89-91. My Pathfinder is a 94. Being that 86.5-95 are categorized as WD21S is it going to be the same in the manual, or do I need to get a manual for 90-95?
  3. Woohoo! Thanks. I’ll have 2 more pictures tonight
  4. Finding solitude at Browns camp lately it is a beautiful place.
  5. Got up to Browns Camp again. It’s currently my favorite place to go.
  6. Went up to Browns Camp again. 

    My favorite place to go lately.

     

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    1. FirstGenFreak

      FirstGenFreak

      Jealous as hell mate!

       

  7. Wow. I can’t even imagine. Hang in there my friend.
  8. What?? You can’t travel anywhere? Man I feel for you my friend [emoji120]
  9. Finally got some recreational miles this week. Climbing Browns Camp and camping at Whalers rest.
  10. Definitely! I recently did the MAF sensor and air filter. While I was in there I got in the throttle body with throttle bottle cleaner and a toothbrush. Dirtied 2 shop rags worth of carbon build up. Acts like it can finally breath again. lol.
  11. Finally had some time to swap out a medium size pile of parts on the thing. Plugs, Wires, Distributor Cap & Rotor Fan Clutch, Fan Blade All new drive belts, Radiator Hoses and clamps. Just need to flush the system and I’ll be done for this go round.
  12. Got the family out camping this weekend
  13. Thanks! Original job somehow. Was lucky to get this 1 owner from a older lady who bought it new in 94 and has kept it in the garage. Still has the lighter blue pinstripes pretty well intact. Also helps to live in the Pacific Northwest. lol I believe its is Sapphire Blue, or Blue Jade. Navy blue to me lol
  14. That is really great to know! I will look into it more if I am to experience anymore trouble. You guys have been a great help. I swapped the oil soaked starter and it started great for a time. Then the intermittent issue returned. I took the 6 screws out to get the ignition switch and sure enough the 4 out of the (I think 5) clip in points for the ignition switch were broken. Resulting in the improper seating of the ignition switch, and I'd bet dollars to donuts that's where the issue lied. $30 bucks later, a new switch, and no further problems thus far.

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