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About FlyingCow

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    '94 Nissan Terrano, 2.7TD She may be fat and slow, but will make it to the back of the paddock long before you make it over the curb. I am a Flying Cow... Worship me or DIE!!!
  • Place of Residence
    Australia
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Screwdriver Mechanic
  • Your Age
    22-29
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Year
    1994

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Australia
  1. Hey all, Im on the Gold Coast, QLD. Just got back from landcruiser mountain park (boy was it muddy), done fraser and a few day trips around ormeau and coomera. I built my own rear storage and esky slide, which worked a treat. Doc. '94 terrano r3m
  2. I got a Boxer named 'Diesel', 7mnths old. He rides in the back, but sits up looking to the front. Only damage is from Drool
  3. I got it flushed, which helped for a day, now gone again. Guess I'm gonna have to fork out the dosh. Don't suppose the solenoid thing is something i can check out myself?
  4. After a bit of searching i couldn't seem to find similar symptoms. I have a 94 turbo diesel Auto. I am assuming i will need a rebuild, but it would be good to know what may be wrong first. I lost reverse. When i rev it up it starts to catch and slip a little. If i am on the flat with a light load i can reverse, but with a load it just revs out and doesn't move. The transmission place says, it will cost $1200 just to pull it out and have a look. Bugger. Doc.
  5. Sweet as, that will be come in handy for an airbag jack. Gonna get one of those soon cause we are going to Fraser Island in a couple of weeks. Thanks guys.
  6. Hi all, I just picked up my new car. A '94 Nissan Terrano 2.7TD. After driving a heap of different cars it was a nice compromise between 4wd and comfort. The first thing i did after i bought it was jump online where i found this wonderful site. There isn't a lot of aftermarket gear advertised over here (AUST) but after seeing all the things you guys have done to you pathy's i know there is hope yet. I do feel really stupid though cause as the title suggests i have this switch/button thing near the steering wheel and have no idea what it is for or what it does. Hopefully someone can shed some light. Cheers, Bayden.

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