I don't quite follow your concern regarding code P0420 unless you mean code p0420 showed up because you seemed to suggest it is present reading the last sentence of your post. So, I probably shouldn't expect better. When they do disappear you have metal-to-metal contact between moving parts. More ambitious people can remove the seats and console and line the floor with another layer. I brought the car back to be repaired. I recline my back seats as far as they will go, take off my front headrests, recline the seats, and move them back so they meet the bottom of the back seat, then I throw in my queen sized matress, and go to sleep.
Just Under A Year Later, The Exhaust Was Very Loud And Rattling. It looks like I'd have to Dremel the hinge off and then what would I have??? The pins are press fits, through two brass bushings which are also press fits. I'm planning on buying a replacement exhaust manifold from rockauto. Complaint Number: 10279489 Incident Date: October 10, 2007 Date Added to File: August 5, 2009 Description of the Complaint: 1. I also have a new thermostat installed, fresh coolant and I just can't figure it out for nothing. However, despite the damages to the car itself, me and my passenger made it out unharmed. Stuff like oil filters and oil pan drain plugs, spark plugs, etc I just go by feel and have never had any issues.
The Vehicle Now Has 100,000 Miles On It. Since then I've driven it across the country through all sorts of weather conditions as well as around the ranch and out camping. Aug 19, 2008 The Contact Owns A 2002 nissan pathfinder. It's easy to do under the back seat, more difficult to do in the cargo area. She filed a complaint with the manufacturer. I believe the leak is pre-cat.
The part would be in on Tuesday morning. They are easily accessible from the front of the vehicle without jacking it up. Told repeatedly by several shops that this is a common problem on Pathfinders of that year, manufacturer defect. Complaint Number: 10078598 Incident Date: April 29, 2004 Date Added to File: June 22, 2004 Description of the Complaint: Defective converter pipes. The head gasket is another story. They informed me that those parts were indeed leaking badly, and that Nissan had so many failures that they had developed a special patch kit for them. I use a couple of foam sleeping pads and a moving blanket.
Truck now has 103,000 miles. The exhaust sounded somewhat loud but not too abnormal. The pipes carry exhaust from engine into catalytic converter and muffler and they are leaking and this is not the first time for this vehicle or many others online. Hi Folks, A little background here. If you look closely on the right, next to the bolt you can see a second bead.
I Would Suggest That Their Solution Is A Failure Also. This can be remedied by carefully cleaning the wheel lips. The damage to the car was appalling, to the extent where it was deemed a total loss. With oil pan off and pressure on the coolant, you may be able to spot the source from beneath or elsewhere. I'm not looking to give up on this car. Which lasted about 5 months, and they blew out again. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.
The vehicle developed an exhaust leak about 2 years and 30,000 miles ago. Figuring that my warranty was up, I had the vehicle fixed at my own cost. The vehicle has not been repaired. I called Nissan dealer in jamestown N. Wheel Balance - dirt on chromed wheels The chrome steel wheels have a pronounced lip where the weights mount.
Got a call about an hour ago and they will have it done tomorrow. The lip on that seal will lip over, if you even mention how dirty its mother is or the weird shade of brown it is. If I do it again it will take me much less time, but it is a 8 to 16 hour job, depending on you. Nissan will replace them with chrome lug nuts. A clean engine may help spot the leaks forming. To answer your questions: 1. I think this device itself might need to be replaced.
One place went so far as to explain that it could not be aligned because the rear axle was crooked. It faced fierce blizzards, heavy downpours, and relentless winds as if they were light flurries, april showers and summer breezes. You can use a radiator test tool to put pressure on the cooling system and look for leaks. As well, I will pull and test the o2 sensor to make sure. Subsequent research indicates that numerous other Pathfinders of similar vintage have had the same problem, thus there is a manufacturing issue in the welding of the seams of this part which according to midas is a catalytic converter and according to Nissan is a resonator. Can we cut a few hundred pounds off the weight? I have hooked up a scanner and my downstream o2 sensor is fluctuating just like the upstream, so I know there is most likely something happening with the cat converter.
Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. The V6 engine used in that model is one of the best and most durable engines that Nissan produced, so the likely hood of it being a bearing issue is slim to none if the vehicle has been maintained and regular oil changes were a part of that maintenance. Do you think this mechanic is right that it would leak again really quick due to engine movement? Mar 27, 2015 Many possible causes. I did both of those seals when i rebuilt my motor last year. The leak is coming from the resonators or catalytic converter, whatever you want to call it. It was all done legally and the right way.