Last post on Feb 07, 2011 at 8:46 PM
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Nissan Pathfinder, SUV
#5 of 13 Re: 2002 Pathfinder Horrible Squealing noise when it starts! help! [lz7hb9]
Nov 01, 2007 (6:59 pm)
Any resolution on this issue? i am having the same problem with mine. it seams the outer portion of the crankshaft pulley has come loose from where the power steering pump attaches. I cant tell if there is a rubber plug that expands to hold the two pieces together or not. can you tell me what you did to fix this problem?
#6 of 13 Re: Broken timing belt [dave120]
Jan 19, 2008 (3:24 pm)
i can almost guarantee that the intake valves are bent. there is "0" clearance for them. i am speaking from experience, cost me $900 to repair it and i got some deals on labor..... just take one valve cover off and you will notice nothing will be moving with rockers losened..... sorry!
Jul 20, 2008 (9:55 pm)
The Belt of timing should be watched much like you
would watch a four year child. Kids get into things, and
if you don"t watch your Belt for timing ,you could be getting
into your engine. for the non wrench turning peeps
THE SHOP WILL BE TAKING A CHUNK OUT OF YOUR
POCKET!!!!! I say this because I failed to watch my 93
timing belt and now I"m punished from driving till i put my
extra Motor in . my org. motor ran like a top,and then the timing belt broke and now don't run at all.
Get it muddy 4WHEELING
Life is short NissanShift 4LOW
#11 of 13 Timing Belt or Chain?
Apr 28, 2009 (5:10 am)
My neighbor has a 2002 Pathfinder and is concerned that there is no mention of a service interval for a timing belt. He and I assume that it has a timing chain with no service interval.
Right or wrong?
#12 of 13 1992 timing marks
Nov 30, 2010 (7:09 am)
i have a 1992 pathfinder and i was wondering where the timing marks are and where to aline them
#13 of 13 Re: 1992 timing marks [rlsnell1]
Feb 07, 2011 (8:46 pm)
First get her close to TDC, the goal is to get the punch marks on the sprockets in a position that makes it easy to count the teeth in the belt. It's hard to see the punch marks, wipe down the sprockets real good and you'll see em. From right cam punch mark to left cam punch mark, there are 40 teeth between them. From left cam punch mark to crank punch mark, there are 43 teeth between them. (right and left as if you were sitting in the vehicle). It helps to have a buddy when you actually seat the belt. Quadruple count the teeth to be positive. Also, the bearings tend to go bad on the tensioner, easy replacement. You may just wanna buy a kit, the Gates kit has all the teeth mark information, as well as a new tensioner. Hope that helps, you'll feel like a million bucks when you get her singin again!