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v6engine

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About v6engine

  • Birthday 12/31/1968

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    1990 2WD two tone color 25 years of ownership and counting Original engine finally dead at 381k. Did not make it to 400K. It just sits there for now. I'll probably give it a new power transplant but I'm not in a hurry. Added limited slip (4.625 gear) in rear diff. added disk brakes on all four + new wheels Transmission cooler, 110A alternator Added LED interior lighting and instrument lighting
  • Place of Residence
    Mansfield, GA
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
  • Your Age
    36-40
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Rarely Go Off-Road
  • Model
    XE
  • Year
    1990

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Georgia
  • Country
    United States
  • Interests
    My child, Flying model helicopters, drones, women, embedded design & programming, photography, gardening

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  1. They are doing away with the signature rear door handles too.
  2. The redesigned Pathfinder is rumored to switch from a traditional real wheel drive to a front driver. It is said to be more aerodynamic that its predecessor and still retain three row seats. www.autoweek.com/article/20111219/DETROIT/111219900
  3. It's an Autocraft Titanium battery. I should have had a solid 5 years with this thing. It was not a cheapy made in China kind of thing. It was a fairly pricey $87 battery. The life is too darn short and I don't think I have the receipt anymore.
  4. It's an Autocraft Titanium battery. I should have had a solid 5 years with this thing. It was not a cheapy made in China kind of thing. It was a fairly pricey $87 battery. The life is too darn short and I don't think I have the receipt anywhere.
  5. It was all the battery. It's running now with an other battery. It won't start with the original battery. the autozone guys says It tested bad had some shorted cells in it. It's kind of quick for a battery that's barely a couple years.
  6. Came back from work, gave it a try and still nothing. Now the battery is going low. I'm giving it a rest, recharge my battery overnight and try to find a solution in the morning.
  7. After a day idling, I decided to take the truck for errands this morning. Cranked the truck and... nothing. Tried several time again still nothing. No panic. I checked all fuses and all are fine. Tried to crank and still nothing. I disconnect the fuel pump hose and verified fuel was being pumped. Put it back in place. I checked the distributor for sparks when I crank. It looks good. I see sparks I checked the ECU and looked for code malfunction. ECU flashed code 55. I'm reading the service manual for possible hint for what's going on but nothing I can pin point as a culprit. This problem seems tough for me to solve despite being familiar with this truck. Any ideas as to what I should look for?
  8. Maybe I can suggest you check something. Right on brake pedal there are two switches on top and two plastic pieces in front of them. If one of the black plastic pieces is missing, that's the cause. I took pictures to show you what I'm talking about. check to see if you have both of these plastic parts near the switches. If the one for the cruse is missing, you can turn on the cruise but you can't set it. Hope that's it
  9. Ban doughboy for being a socialist
  10. ban Adamzan for being too conformist
  11. Banning K9sar, he's the oldest dude.
  12. I ban all of you above for being sucked into this game
  13. Well said. Overall a reasonable point of view
  14. Too broad. That will lead to chaos. You know... anarchy. Eventually it will. See above You have the vote. Make sure he never get elected into office.
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