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EugeneB

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    R51 Diesel TI
  • Place of Residence
    New Zealand
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
  • Your Age
    46+
  • What do you consider yourself?
    I Go When I Can
  • Model
    TI
  • Year
    2007

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    New Zealand
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    New Zealand

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  1. Hi Our 07 diesel just decided to blow the top hose off the radiator! Luckily we spotted it before there was anymore damage! Has anyone seen the 'shoulder' on the hose broken off before? I found most of the shoulder still in the hose. I also found a large bolt (M12 x 85mm) rolling around in the metal sump guard, anyone have any ideas where it could be from? Cheers
  2. Yeah but they are linked so if the pipe in the radiator fractures it stuffs the autobox. The idea is to totally bypass it.
  3. It does but its part of the radiator and is prone to cracking filling the tranny with antifreeze. The idea is you bypass this.
  4. Sweet, I had a newer st ute and that had no issues with a large car trailer, but that was a 6sp manual. One thing I have noticed is the pathy doesn’t seem to have quite as much power as the st ute. Would be good to get a few more hp!
  5. HiI am looking to get an external oil cooler to bypass the one built into the Radiator as I understand its a weak point on these trucks. I also would like to be able to tow large loads like a car trailer. What would you recommend? I have seen this one below but it says its only suitable for light towing? Cheers

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