Rear upper & lower control arm bushings need to be replaced.
The thermostat on my 95 pathfinder v6 is located in the thermostat housing on the front of the engine. The lower radiator hose connects to the housing. .
can I move my spare tire thats on the back of 1998 pathfinder to under the vehicle
The 2000 Nissan Pathfinder OBD 2 port is on lower edge of dash; right of hood release
the bushings on the lower and upper control arms or "links" need to be replaced. This wobble is called the death wobble and is common on all pathfinders.
This is a well-known problem with this generation Pathfinders... the rear upper and lower control arm bushings are worn. Have them replaced and the sway should disappear.
driver side , after cat left lower left rear
For optimum performance, you should use high-test or premium gasoline in your Nissan Pathfinder, as per Nissan's specifications. Using a lower octane gasoline can result in premature ignition which can in the long run damage your engine.
Probably at the lower rear section of engine - follow the + battery cable Probably at the lower rear section of engine - follow the + battery cable
you dont its is a teriable job
To get the spare tire off a 2002 Nissan Pathfinder you should insert the long rod into the hole in the trunk. Push the long rod down and turn it. Once it catches you can lower the tire down. The rod and tools that you need are under the back seat of your vehicle.
it run from the lower control arm forward
the thermostat is located at the engine end of the lower radiator hose inside of the housing that the radiator hose connects to.
Yes, the sway bar linkage connects to the control arms on both sides, usually on the lower control arm.
Fuse panel is located on the passenger compartment dash, just to the right side of the (open) lower glove box. Fuse diagram should be on back of panel cover, but cant swear to it as I no longer own my '06 Pathfinder.
Get a reading on the alignment machine. Caster reading
you may want to get them checked for breakage. they shouldn't be sagging that much. new ones would bring the front up easily...
There was a time when the auto industry was not too keen on the idea of people maintaining their own vehicles. It seems that Nissan may have had this thought in mind when designing the 1994 Pathfinder, whose dipstick is on the lower left rear of the engine.
Two. One on each side in the front. There are only lower ball joints on this vehicle. There are no upper ball joints - there are struts instead.
replace all 8 bushings of the control arms both upper and lower (known as either stabilizer bar or trailing bar)
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location pull out glove box its located lower right side
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As far as I know in Nissan and Toyota trucks the ball joints are not compressible (can't be taken out) unfortunately the whole arm needs replaced the lower drivers side is about $362 for the part sans labor.
On my 1995 Ford Explorer , 4.0L V6 , the lower rad hose goes from the radiator and connects to the water pump