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We acquired our first Pathfinder from my brother-in-law.  It has been well kept, but the maintenance had been neglected lately and it needs some work.   I have spent the last few months cleaning and polishing everything I could.  It looks really nice for 33 years old.  The truck started its life in Huntington Beach, CA and moved with him to Boise, ID.  Now its back in the Sacramento area.  I'll get some pictures, but here is the start.....

 

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Oil leak that looks like its coming from the rear main seal. Low oil pressure. Air conditioning not working. Power steering leak.  

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I'll see if I can figure out how to load more pictures........

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Looks clean! Hopefully the oil pressure is a sender issue rather than the engine being clapped out.

 

Unfortunately you have to host pictures elsewhere and link them in. Kind of a PITA but the forum's server space is limited.

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Fantastic looking Pathy! I dig the wheels.

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Very clean. Check oil pressure with a mechanical gauge. I'm on my third sending unit, and it still reads low on the dash once warm, but when testing with a mechanical gauge it's perfect.

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We replaced the oil sending unit.  It takes a while for the gauge to respond after it's been sitting.  The gauge starts registering at the same time the valves quiet down.  It's still reading low after it gets warmed up.

 

Trying to figure out this photo sharing thing.....

https://photos.app.goo.gl/YxEowUhXZ48eavqd6

https://photos.app.goo.gl/43mDDiNwGR4JiTUQ6

https://photos.app.goo.gl/FstxDLrSdJV9KcqW8

 

 

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Finally had some time to get a little dirty and test-out some of the goodies.  Its geared nice for crawling and its got an air locker that worked sweet for some two-wheel-drive donuts in the mud. 🙂

 

https://photos.app.goo.gl/8NTuY6woPKoDBsQ77

 

 

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