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Cuong Nguyen

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About Cuong Nguyen

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    Mr. RTI
  • Birthday 11/16/1983

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    Shelly 93 Pathfinder 4wd converted
  • Place of Residence
    Houston TX
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Skilled/Experienced Mechanic
  • Your Age
    30-35
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Model
    XE
  • Year
    1993

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    Male
  • Location
    Houston, TX
  • Country
    United States
  • Interests
    My Pathfinder and helping others.

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  1. Was that you that posted pics of the board on facebook?
  2. Make sure your terminals are not corroded along with the wires. It does seem like your starter is failing. Could also be from bathing in oil and mud which kills the starter faster.
  3. Cuong Nguyen

    VG34ER

    progress is progress!
  4. Felt like painting the last bit of my bumper brackets. I still need to grind a but to clear the radiator support. I have enough squeaking as it is already so I don't need more. I also am prepping for the 90A alternator swap. My 70 Amp pulley doesn't clear the alternator and will require me to shave the casing or the pulley where it necks down. I'll have to hold off on getting the 150A in for now. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N920A using Tapatalk
  5. Welcome back! There's a few old timers here and we even got Mr. Reverse back over here with the closing of 4x4parts forum whenever that was. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N920A using Tapatalk
  6. Sorry to hear and it's understandable how life whizzes on by. I'd be interested in the A Pillar and snorkel but it's probably not worth the shipping for me. Best of Luck to you!
  7. Looking good! I've always liked those style of wheels.
  8. Forgot I have my fsm somewhere so I'll give that a read. Harbor freight has tools for this job from last I checked. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N920A using Tapatalk
  9. For those that have ever tackled the job on their own, did yall replace the rubber trim strip/sealer (72811) at the top or went without it? I developed rust behind it which I plan on fixing when I get to it... Also, anyone know what PN 72616 is? it just says Dam Rubber Sealant. Is that just dealer lingo for the sealant they use to mount the windshield?
  10. Looks like an engine oil leak. I'd clean it up to find the trace if you haven't already. Other option could be power steering leak too but leaning towards engine oil.
  11. I totally agree. I emailed Doorman about them and they sent me extra sets for free. I ended ordering the stock bushings.
  12. Wow, you're the first person aside myself who experienced this problem! Too bad I have not been following the forum for a bit otherwise I would have told you so. I learned not too long ago about The TPS after doing a lot of studying the TCM schematics and deduced it to the TPS. What happens is the contacts wear in the general area where the throttle sits a lot (cruising) so so throws voltage spikes to the TCM. OEM is where to go with the TPS. I used a cheap aftermarket and the fitment is poor.
  13. Nice! I know the work involved since I did the same to a set of heads many years ago!
  14. Pull the pump through the back hatch. My pathfinder sat and rust ate my fuel pump and clogged the fuel filter, leaving me stranded and had to get my truck out the impound.

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