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Everything posted by Grumpyboy

  1. If you are interested I have a set. I also have a set of front struts and springs if you need them. I am located in western N.C.
  2. I did mine about a month ago. It was a lot wrestling but loosening and tightening it was easy. If it helps anyone I pulled it out of the bell housing toward the front bumper but then got it out by pushing it out towards the rear bumper. Also make a note of the shim between the bell housing and the starter and how it sits. I didn't and there isn't any good pictures on the internet that I could find. I had to figure it out by looking at the dirt marks on the bell housing and the shim. I did the whole job with it sitting on its tires in my apartment parking lot. Not fun but if you have the patience it's not too bad.
  3. Put in a new starter. It was as hard as everyone says it is.
  4. Hello! I am in San Antonio TX. now but will be relocating to Winston-Salem NC in about a week. Good to see some locals in the area.
  5. Hello, I don't know about the fan clutch but I am about to change the fan blade in my 2002 later today. I'll give you some feedback when I'm finished. I can also give you the info on the fan blade if you need it. My blade sounds like it's in the same condition and I found a brand new one without the clutch.
  6. Hello everyone, this is my first post but I've been on the forum since I bought my Pathfinder in April. I have a 2002 se 4x4 that has 176,000 miles on her. I didn't know much about them but I can work on it and that's what I've been doing since I bought it. Your forums have been a great resource and have helped me a lot. Thanks to all of you.

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