Terrano/Pathfinder Technicial Specifications, Info, & Advice

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Terrano/Pathfinder Technicial Specifications, Info, & Advice

Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 18th, 2008, 8:20 pm

This thread is intended as a single source of Technicial Information, Specifications, and General Information or Helpful Advice pertaining to Terrano's and Pathfinders, providing one location where owner's of these vehicles can easily search for information and advice.

Suggestions about helpful info or specs such as brand and part numbers and prices, etc; hints on high wear items like the lower ball joints; how to do repairs, etc. are welcome and requested. All the original info has been collected with kind regards by TERRANO-SAURUS (David). :thumb:

Please PM anything you feel should be added to either Terrano-saurus or Peter @ Aawen 4x4.
1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 18th, 2008, 8:22 pm

Here is my first bit of info to share.
1992 Nissan Terrano 2.7 TD
Kerb weight
1750 kg
Fuel capacity
80
litres
Compression ratio
21.90:1
Max. output

(99.0 bhp) (73.8 kW)@4000 rpm
Max. torque

220.0 Nm (162 lbft) @2200 rpm
1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 18th, 2008, 8:23 pm

Up to 1993 Terrano - K & N air filter part number K&N Applications for 38-9150
1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 18th, 2008, 8:25 pm

TERRANO UP TO 1993

ENGINE OIL -CASTROL GTX DIESEL 15W-40approx 6.1lt

Gearbox – Castrol EPX HP 80w90 - GL5
(5lt, fill with passenger side of car jacked

Transfer - Castrol EPX HP 80w90 - GL5 approx 1.5lt

Front Diff - Castrol EPX HP 80w90 - GL5 approx 2.5lt

Rear Diff – Castrol(limited slip oil)LSX 90w - GL5 approx 3.0lt
1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 18th, 2008, 8:36 pm

TERRANO UP TO 1993

OIL FILTER
Oil filter Ryco Z416 $20.00

FUEL FILTERWZ332NM

Alternator Belt 13A1145

Water Pump Belt 13A1145

Air Con Belt 13A0925
1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 18th, 2008, 8:39 pm

TERRANO UP TO 1993

Radiator cap 11-14psi or 0.78-0.98 bar or 78-98kpa

Thermostate 82 degrees C up to 88 degrees C max temp
1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 19th, 2008, 6:30 am

TERRANO up to 1993 Fuel pump diagram

IF YOU NEED A COPY

SEND ME A PM ASKING FOR A COPY OF THE FUEL PUMP DIAGRAM
1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by bj74 » February 19th, 2008, 7:22 pm

very helpful sticky terrano-sauras. Very hard to find info on the terrys

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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 24th, 2008, 7:29 am

FUEL ADJUSTMENT SCREW - TURBO BOOST

I increased my boost up to 12psi and turned the fuel adjustment screw clockwise approximatley 120 degrees, this setting was the best for performance while keeping the exhaust gas temp's under a maximun of 550 degrees celcius.

(as stated previously I can forward a copy of the fuel pump diagram)

Conducting this adjustment will most likely increase the RPM at idle (mine went from 700RPM to 800RPM), so you will need to reduce the idle back down to the specified setting.

The hardest part of the procees was removing the steel safety cap from the fuel adjustment screw, you need to do this before you can adjust the mixture.
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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » February 24th, 2008, 2:00 pm

The following coil springs can be slightly modified and then used in the rear of a Terrano up to 1993 model, to acheive a stiffer rear end and increase rear lift by approximatley 2 inches. Process - cut off the pig tail on the top end of the shorter spring, then measure the height of that spring and cut off the pig tail of the other spring so that it is the same length as the first spring that you cut. You now have 2 x two inch lift heavy duty springs for your Terrano. Paint what every colour is in fashion at the time of reading this.

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1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by Terrano-saurus » March 5th, 2008, 8:29 pm

Overheating issue – Terrano’s may require an Australian version water pump / visco clutch to lower temperatures, below is the outcome of a problem that offroadjack was having. The hill he speaks of is regularly travelled by him and he was experiencing high temperatures prior to installing the new set-up.


Originally Posted by offroadjack
Hey buddy, guess what....it was the water pump/visco fan clutch which is one thing, never seen anything like it before, but anyway the pump has been replaced but probably an aftermarket one as there are 2 different pumps. We got the one that was made for the oz conditions and makes a hell of a difference! The old pump was new BUT not the Australian version visco clutch on it. Went for a drive and climbed the big hill on full throttle and it climbed up to just over half and that's where it stayed which is good!
1993 Nissan Terrano Wide body, 2.7TD, 5spd manual, 5door, JGC springs 2.5 inch, Turbotech boost controller set at 12 psi boost :thumb: , Pyro gauge, turbo boost gauge. MY other toy is my self modified Harley with big cams, stage 4 heads, etc

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Unread post by zagan » March 9th, 2008, 4:32 pm

2003 pathfinder rear bearings will fit in the rear axle.

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6 speed manual box query

Unread post by Auchenblae » April 1st, 2008, 7:19 pm

Does anybody know which other cars share the Pathfinder 6 speed manual box except for the D40 Navara ?

Im keen to know how much abuse it can handle compared to the auto

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Unread post by PaulAni » April 20th, 2008, 1:55 pm

G'day,
Does anybody have details of the band adjustments on '93 terrano TD27T, E-AT tranmission......still looking for specs.......

Thanks,
Paul

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Unread post by milob4 » October 5th, 2008, 9:59 am

PaulAni wrote:G'day,
Does anybody have details of the band adjustments on '93 terrano TD27T, E-AT tranmission......still looking for specs.......

Thanks,
Paul
the tranny is identical as the the one used in skylines.very rock solid internally but they suffer from the solenoinds playing up (kicking back too soon on acceleration).
i was told this by an auto transmission specialist . also the throttle control is very hard to come by so may have to import from japan. i have upgraded to a gu patrol now and only use the terrano for driving to work or fishing so probably will put up with the niggly probs at the moment

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