The factory sizes for the 1992 Pathfinder are: 235/75-15and 31X10.5-15 (optional tire).
Could be clogged converter in the exhaust system..
Yes, the 1992 Nissan Pathfinder V6 is an interference engine. Cam belt must be replaced every 60,000 miles.
The starter relay on a 1992 Pathfinder is mounted between the transmission and engine block. The starter uses a gear drive to crank the engine and help it start.
Could be clogged injectors. Run a pint of Sea Foam in the gasoline. No guaranty's but it has worked for me.
See if you are getting power to the motor - if so motor is bad - if not could be a bad switch
You need an OBD I scanner.
I had the same problem with my 95 pathfinder, fix by checking all of the connections on the wiring harness that run by the rear bumper to the fuel pump on top of the gas tank. Mine were salty and dirty.
rear main seal leaking
my 1992 dodge dakota wont stay running it stalls when driving and takes a few minutes to get started but if i wait it will start
sounds like flooding Could be the Crank Position Sensor, especially if it won't restart for an unpredictable period of time.
check odb codes and check o2 sen.
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the oil pan is on the very bottom of the engine between the front wheels
The speedometer and odometer may stop working in a Nissan Pathfinder due to an electrical short. It may also need a new spark plug.
motor is working but wiper blades do not move.
pull the fuel pump fuse and run the car until it stalls.
Could be many things but a good tune up would be a good place to start, spark plugs, wires, cap, rotor, air and fuel filters.
Yes, a 1992 Nissan Pathfinder with a V6 engine will bolt up to a 1985 Nissan King Cab 4x4 pickup truck. You just need to purchase an adapter from your local auto/towing store.
your brake fluid is probably low or very dirty.
Try cross referencing starter numbers from 240SX's and in some cases, the Pathfinder.
easier to bring it in to a fast change place of your choice... almost cheaper and easier to let them do it
dirty throttle body bad IAC sticking (worn or dirty) EGR valve something else
Could be a loose ground wire