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You know you drive a Pathfinder when:


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Forum game, say Pathfinder specific issues/eccentricities/fun.

 

 

You know you drive a Pathfinder when EVERYONE calls it a 4runner, even though it isn't even a Toyota.

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When you have to deal with recalls like the entire front suspension falling out, cancerous rust, and airbags with shrapnel.

 

(I still love my R50)

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Your seatbelt doesn't retract and you've given up trying to fix it.

 

Hahaha so true, I've given in to just throwing it back into the car before I shut the door...

 

 

When you go around corners and hit a hole your rear end kicks out

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When Jeep owners get their panties in a bunch when you've out wheeled them... stock.

 

In the same vein:

 

When your $6k Pathy sees a lot more mud than a $40k jeep.

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you can't fix or repair anything the right way without first reading NPORA forums again, and again, to see how others did it. its a good thing this site

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/>/>Your seatbelt doesn't retract and you've given up trying to fix it.

Your seatbelts are still warrantied for life (or 10 years for 2003+). Go get it (along with any other seatbelts which are slow to retract or otherwise malfunctioning) replaced for free! :)

 

You know you drive a Pathfinder when you listen for the whistle that occurs between 35 to 40 miles an hour (at least on R50s, think it's because of the air vents at the back windows that equalize pressure when you slam a door :shrug:).

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