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#493 of 516 Nissan Pathfinder Four Seasons Roof Rack
Nov 07, 2007 (1:15 pm)
I have a 1990 Nissan Four Seasons roof rack, new in box, that I never installed, because the next Pathfinder I owned had a factory rack. It is rated at 80 lbs and will fit a 2 dr or 4 dr Pathfinder. It has adjustable cross bars and suggests that it will accomodate optional ski and bike attachments. Does anyone know the year range that this rack will work on? I would like to sell it.
#494 of 516 Pathfinder driving lights
Dec 17, 2007 (12:25 am)
I'd like to replace the driving light blanks in the front bumper of my '08 Pathfinder S. Has anyone done this? Is there a recommended source for the lights? Can they just be wired to the headlights?
Sorry if this has already been discussed here, but the forum search function isn't working at the moment...
#495 of 516 Re: Pathfinder driving lights [tonnes]
Dec 17, 2007 (12:38 am)
Don't worry about repeating a question.
Regarding the search function, I just tried it without any problems. Let us know if you continue to have difficulty with it.
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#497 of 516 Q: All Season Floor Mats - 2008 Pathfinder
Dec 30, 2007 (7:50 am)
I just received all season floor mats for my 2008 Pathfinder (part # 999E1-XR000). The grommet for the driver side looks like it is expecting a pole vs a hook and plus there is only one grommet where there are two hooks on the floorboard. The passenger side mat doesn't have a grommet at all.
These are marketed as genuine parts for 2005 - 2008. I can't truly verify this because there are no accessories for 2008 models on the Nissan4Parts.com website.
Does this sound inline w/ other 2007 or 2008 Pathfinder owners? Do I need to send these back and wait for the 2008 catalog? I'm going to the mountains next week and don't know if I should use these or not.
Thanks in advance.
#498 of 516 1996 Pathfinder SE Bumper Parts
Feb 01, 2008 (7:28 am)
Hello Every one,
New here so please be gentle. I just got a 1996 Pathfinder SE and I am looking to replace the chrome caps on the front and back bumpers. Any help on how to replace these parts? Can anyone steer me towards a reasonable parts place or if anyone has the parts. Any help would be appreciated.
#500 of 516 Performance module
Mar 03, 2008 (7:08 pm)
I purchased a performance module from XLR motorsports for my 2005 Pathfinder. I'm supposed to install it into the Intake Air Temperature sensor. I'm not a mechanic, so I need specific instructions. Much like if you were going to tell a 3rd grader how to install this part. The instructions say the IAT sensor is located on or near the air intake tube that runs to the throttle body, manifold, or nearby. Connector plug with 2 small wires going to it. If anyone can help, I would be greatly indebted! Anyone ever used this?
#501 of 516 Re: Performance module [jb_co]
Mar 06, 2008 (7:57 pm)
You really bought that "resistor"? All that thing does is trick your ECU into thinking your air charge is cooler than it really is. All it will do is advance timing, which is not good without professional tuning.
Send that thing back man, it's a complete gimmick!!!
#502 of 516 Re: Performance module [vicshics]
Mar 07, 2008 (9:05 pm)
Thank you, you are the second person to tell me that, and have an explanation as to why. I will be sending it back this week! Any recommendations on where to look for a quality chip that will help with gas mileage and maybe add some HP?