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Rear dome light crumbling

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anyone have this problem? the white housing that holds the cover on and has all the components in it is literally crumbling? like it was made out of compressed plastic beads.

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it's a common thing, old age I guess, mine was the same, try to find one from a newer pathfinder, like a R-50 , that's what I did for the one in my 94, it should be the same.

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Must be something that happens in the heat down there, I've never seen that here.

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that's cause all your parts are frozen ! LOL

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Common where I live, so maybe a combo of heat and cold. Its 100 here in the summer, and can get to 20-30's in winter. All my Hardbody domes crumbled like cookies.

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then its defenetly a heat thing, never had this problem in Alaska

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Yes old Nissan plastic absolutely hates heat. I had to replace many interior parts from them just turning into sand. These trucks last too long for their own good. lol

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Weird, no problems with mine yet. Guess I have something to look forward to.

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anyone know where I could get a new one besides a junk yard?

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JY, wanted ad, maybe ebay?

 

Next pathy Im just planning on finding a totally new assembly to install (from a different car).

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