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What did you do to your Pathfinder today?


RedRider3141
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I've been slacking and not posting on here... I've been too busy to get pictures and update on mine... I've done a lot the past two weeks though... I'll try to get photos up today...

 

Here's the list of my recent accomplishments on my 94 SE...

 

Rancho 5000 series shocks on all 4 corners

Moog cargo control springs in the rear

Air-Lift rear helper springs in the rear

New cb radio

Usb power port installed in the center console

Mic for my Bluetooth stereo (hands free talking) mounted next to the map lights

7 pin rv style trailer connector and proportional trailer brake controller

LED dome lights

Rear power center in the driver side wall of the cargo area. It has in it a 12v outlet, 2 USB ports, and a volt meter

I also put in a toggle switch for the rear power center so I can leave it off when not needed

Headlight relay harness

 

Waiting to do next is

 

Rough country steering stabilizer

Energy suspension strut rod bushings

Front tires/alignment

 

Again, I'll try to post some photos today... It's so beautiful out...

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My pathfinder (I call her Anna Ruby)

 

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Proportional brake controller

 

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Shock/spring/air helper

 

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Hookup for the air helpers

 

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Hands free mic

 

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USB ports and rear control switch

 

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Rear power center

 

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7 pin connector

 

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Cb radio

 

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Current mileage

 

 

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Cleaned a bunch of mouse crap out of the air system, drilled a broken cargo hook bolt out of the cargo area (yes, Nissan, phillips-head was a good idea), wondered why there was fluff in the channel under where the trim goes... spent the rest of the night cleaning out the mouse nest that was in there. The nest itself wasn't too bad, but there's this green putty kinda stuff left behind that's a really bright translucent green and doesn't seem bothered by any solvent I've thrown at it. I can only assume it's what happens when mouse piss meets mold spores.

 

Have I mentioned that I hate mice?

 

 

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Only thing worse than mice is rats... Never had rats or mice in my pathfinder... Had squirrels try to make a nest on my engine though... Had to replace my ignition system after they chewed it all up... And cleaning the nuts they left around the spark plugs was a total pain in the butt...

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Only thing worse than mice is rats... Never had rats or mice in my pathfinder... Had squirrels try to make a nest on my engine though... Had to replace my ignition system after they chewed it all up... And cleaning the nuts they left around the spark plugs was a total pain in the butt...

My engine squirrels took offence to this. But they also thought I couldn't put a rocket engine on a Bassett....again.

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I know it's not a Pathfinder, but I HAVE heard the Rogue referred to as a mini Pathfinder...lol

 

I got adventurous and mounted a couple 4" LED spotlights on the Snowspeedercb752af642d235a23af9f2ce6ccf6aad.jpg9f928c47b66adb14006ca627ffce07d6.jpg7083688e17fa424a92e843598731c399.jpg

 

 

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Was thinking of my next repair/maintenance and I realized that I have not heard of Alkorahil for a while, is it me only? Any body some news from him?

 

Ph.

 

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Started to replace the clutch hydraulics on my '88. I stopped when the flare nut on the bottom of the damper started to round off because it's so stuck and rusty. I'll grab some tools from work tomorrow and finish it up. It will come off.

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Well it is the second compressor...this one I put on before the last trans went out...then it sat for 11 months and 23 days before I could afford to rebuild the trans...and what do you know...the compressor goes out about 6 weeks after the trans is installed...and about a month OUT of warranty....sigh.

Front seal...again. Too bad the parts are not available to fix it myself...

And yes you can buy rebuild kits but the actual ceramic seal does NOT come with the kit...

Already tried that!

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Discovered a good method for removing side mirror glass out of it's plastic housing - feeler gauge tool or spark plug gap measuring tool. It's a good sliver of metal to wedge in and run it around the edge of the glass to pop it out. My mirror had an annoying rattle and would you believe there was a coin behind it. Only 5 cents though. Beats me how it got in there. I think the PO had a rattle from there and tried gluing a coin in it but when the coin got loose it became a new rattle lol.

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