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ennacac

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  1. Thanks, I will try them tomorrow.
  2. Anyone know where I can get a replacement throttle body for my 1989 SE V6?
  3. Same 2002 SE 5-Speed three years later, 75,000 miles, Missing Link, LE 17" wheels, Warn Hubs, 3" exhaust with Magnaflow muffler, OME rear springs and Step Rails removed.
  4. Today I took off my Blizzak 17" tires and replaced them with my Michelin 16" tires, even though we got 13" of snow two days ago. I know I don't have cool rims, just factory LE and SE rims, but they work for me so I am happy with them. I'm tired of winter and an putting on my summer tires no matter what Mother Nature does. Blizzaks Michelin Tom
  5. I never tried them on the rear of my 2002, just the front and the brakes are too large to fit the Lego Wheels. The stock 15" steel wheels off a 89 won't fit over my front brakes either. Tom
  6. Bolt pattern is fine, but they won't bolt up to my 2002 in front.
  7. No, my HD works just fine other than the front speakers. I took a HU out of a 2004 and put it in my 2002 and even though the front speakers work perfectly in the 2004, they do not in my 2002. There must be a connection where the harness out of the HU splits off to the door speakers and that much be where the open connection is. Right now it's too cold to completely tear the truck apart just to find that spot, which is why I was hoping someone here already knew where it was. Tom
  8. not to kick a dead horse, but does anyone know if there is a connection for the front speakers somewhere between the back of the head unit and the doors? New head unit, still no front speakers from either side, so somewhere there is a open connection before the speakers in the doors as well as the tweeters. I know the tweeters run off the amp for the door speakers. Tom
  9. I just got under my 2002 and the stock pipes that feed into the "Y" are 1 3/4 exactly! Tom
  10. I had the whole thing done at Meineke Car Care in Santa Rosa CA, no idea what each part cost.
  11. Same as the original pipes that came with the truck. It's too snowy to get under it today to measure them, but I seem to recall they were 1 3/4". Tom
  12. For some reason I couldn't edit my post: The SS tip coming out the back off the 2 1/4" pipe is 3 1/2". Tom
  13. I have a Magnaflow muffler on my 2002, with a two into one up front and a single 2 1/4" pipe at 45°, with a SS tip out the back which I really like. It sounds great, and helped my gas mileage quite a bit. Tom
  14. Thanks, I decided on a Pioneer Double Din BT, without NAV, now it just has to get warmer so I can install it.
  15. I had a minor wobble in my 2002 and it seemed to go away when I installed the Missing Link to stabelize the unibody up front.
  16. I guess I am going to give up on the Bose Radio in my 2002 Pathfinder and put in a replacement. I would like some real world suggestions from the forum from those that already have replacement stereo's in their R50's. I would like the pros and cons of a touch screen, vs a traditional stereo, other than the obvious cost difference. I have no interest in window rattling volume, just a nice sounding stereo that gets good radio reception, both AM and FM. I was completely satisfied with the stock Bose radio before it decided to no longer function properly. Tom
  17. FWIW, the bushings may have different numbers, but I could not see any difference between any of them including the pan hard rod. When I checked the bushings in the pan hard rod, they were not as bad as the control arms, but still softer than the new ones were. Also, my 98 was purchased in CA just a year before I did the job, so that my be why there was not much of a problem getting the bushings out.
  18. That would have been perfect, I would have gladly paid the shipping just so I don't have to tear everything apart to replace the system.
  19. Did my 98 a while ago, purchased the bushings from Nissan, took off the control arms and the pan hard rod. I pressed the old bushings out (used an old snowmobile piston) and pressed the new ones in. Took about three hours using a Harbor Freight press and a hoist that allowed the wheels to hang free. It was actually pretty easy, I did use heat on two of the bushings getting them out (the metal sleeves were rusted to the arms) but them came out without a lot of work. Tom
  20. OK, how about this, anyone know where the amp for the front speakers is in the Bose System?
  21. Well I put my Bose radio in another 2002 R50 and all the speakers work just fine, so any ideas what else could be causing the issue with only the front four speakers not working? Tom
  22. The vehicle looks very clean, I purchased my 2002 SE 5-Speed last year for $8,000, but it only had 42,000 miles on it, which is why I paid more than it listed for in KBB. Since the one you are looking at has four time that in mileage, I would not go over $5,000 and actually try to get it for $4,500. 2002 is the last year Nissan made Pathfinders with a 5-Speed, so it depends on how much you want a standard transmission over an automatic.
  23. Great. I removed the HU and all connections on the rear are secure! Anyone have a HU from a 2002 that is functional they want to sell? I really don't want to deal with a complete overhaul of the sound system, I just want the speakers to function.
  24. The Bose Radio front speakers don't work, the rears work just fine but both the door speakers and the tweeters have no sound. I checked the fuses in the main fuse block, but they are all good, any ideas?

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