Terrano/Pathfinder Technicial Specifications, Info, & Advice

peteba
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Terrano MAF

Unread post by peteba » November 24th, 2008, 6:09 am

I require a MAF for a Terrano TD27 (ETI) 1996 model, It's an Hitachi & the numbers on it are 22880 , 2J200 , AFH70-14. It has a 3 pin connector, or one that can be adapted !! also the voltage output ,Key on=1.0 volts, Idle=2.2 volts, & the rest I hope you good folks can help me with.

Thanks!

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Unread post by peteba » December 5th, 2008, 7:03 am

MAF problem solved by this parts mob mailto:DDonnellan@cockramnissan.co.nz

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Nissan Pathfinder 2005 Factory Service Manual - 80MB

Unread post by fixitdude74 » December 9th, 2008, 7:58 pm

Nissan Pathfinder 2005 Factory Repair Manual.

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Click "FREE USER", there is a short wait till the download window appears, then click download when it appears.
This file is a RAR achive, needs winRAR or similair to open it, once it is open, it will prompt you for a password to access it(once), type "pdftown.com" without the ", then save it on your hard drive.
This pdf document has security, and will not allow you to copy, save, or edit, but it will let you print it!

Enjoy

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Nissan Pathfinder 2007 Service Manual - This is the current version of the above.

Unread post by fixitdude74 » December 10th, 2008, 6:18 pm

RapidShare: Easy Filehosting

Same as above, Click "FREE USER", there is a short wait till the download window appears, then click download when it appears.
RAR achive file, use winRAR or similair to open, same password(pdftown.com) when its initially opened.

Enjoy!

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Unread post by mattBY89 » December 13th, 2008, 10:07 pm

Gday,

Anyone know where to get/what part numbers the upper and lower radiator hoses for a 1990 2.7TD terrano are?

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Unread post by outback cruisa » December 15th, 2008, 9:36 pm

does anybody know if there is a swappable manual box for the 97 r50 pathy?

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Unread post by runnamuk » January 2nd, 2009, 8:39 pm

Hey.
Im currently driving a 1994 V-30 R3M.
PULP. Auto. Nice truck, goes well, but 1 issue I hope you guys can help me with..

After quick sums, seems Im using around 25L/100km. Is this around par for a good mix of highway/city/dirt ??? As my last toy was a 1L 2-stroke 'Zuke, I cannot compare !!

Any thoughts or comparisons will be greatly apprieciated!

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Unread post by Dave_STR » January 3rd, 2009, 12:44 pm

outback cruisa wrote:does anybody know if there is a swappable manual box for the 97 r50 pathy?

Id be looking for a wrecking V6 4x4 D22 Navara if I were you.

Dave.

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Unread post by mattBY89 » January 8th, 2009, 9:57 pm

runnamuk wrote:Hey.
Im currently driving a 1994 V-30 R3M. auto. Nice truck, goes well, but 1 issue I hope you guys can help me with..

After quick sums, seems Im using around 25L/100km. Is this around par for a good mix of highway/city/dirt ??? As my last toy was a 1L 2-stroke 'Zuke, I cannot compare !!

Any thoughts or comparisons will be greatly apprieciated!


I drive a 1990 manual 2.7T. I consistently get around 12l/100km and i don't think its tuned too well atm either.

Oh, and thats with 31" mud terrains

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Boost gauge install ZD30

Unread post by gorilla rigger » January 9th, 2009, 5:36 pm

Hi has anyone installed a boost gauge on a 99 terrano Zd30, which vaccum hose is best to "T" into? i know if you stick it into the wrong place you wont get a true reading

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Unread post by 1992terranoguy » January 10th, 2009, 4:19 am

Gee has anyone changed the oil filter themselves (1992 model), that was fun! Had to take the air filter off to get to it...and it was tight!

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Unread post by runnamuk » January 10th, 2009, 11:55 pm

cheers Matt,

my lastest sums come to about 18-20l/100km. Forgot to mention before mine is petrol, not diesel. Im assuming (hoping) your figures are for a diesel?

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Unread post by mattBY89 » January 18th, 2009, 10:21 pm

runnamuk, my figures are for diesel.

1992terranoguy, i don't think you need to do that (assuming little variance between a 90 and 92 model). If access for a filter wrench is your problem then try a strap wrench on a flexy joint with long extension bar. I do it that way and don't have to remove anything else. It always leaks a bit because of the angle you have to tilt it on on the way out but I shove a towel under to catch it.

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mixture screws

Unread post by daddydiesel » May 17th, 2009, 1:29 pm

hi , if anyone still looks in here , please i need to know which screw is for the mixture on a terrano TD27 , there are two at the back that i can see , one is large at the top , the other is below this and is smaller , , also timing , can this model be adjusted by turning the body of the pump ?

settings for valves : , mormal temp exhaust and intake :
.25mm set number one on tdc (compression stroke ) and adjust 1,2,3,6,
turn engine to number 4 tdc(compression stroke) , and adjust the rest.

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