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Timing chain breaking on Nissan Pathfinder may have affected the heads?

October 10th, 2011 · No Comments

The timing chain on my Nissan Pathfinder broke and i was wondering if this would ruin the valves in the heads of my motor i believe it is a 1991 pathfinder. if you have any clue please let me know!
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How many miles could I expect to get out of my 98 Nissan Altima, before replacing it?

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

I would say if you take care of it
Like maintenance and change fluids regularly
I would say you can expect a minimum of 150,000
It is a foreign car so it usually lasts longer but i would say on average it should hit 170,000 and if really good care it can make 250,000
But realistically if you take good care of it it should make 200,000
Depends what goes wrong on it some things will be easy and cheap to fix and it should last a while
I have a friend who got his car to 350,000 and still running good
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How do you bleed a ‘92 Nissan Sentra’s radiator?

December 22nd, 2010 · No Comments

When i open the radiator cap, the water is always bubbling up and out. I constantly have to add water so where is the water going when theres no leak?
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Is the 1.8 toyota corolla engine a non tolerance or tolerance engine if timing jumps?

December 17th, 2010 · No Comments

Problem: I have a 2000 toyota corolla, and I’m just trying to find out if the 1.8L engine is a non-tolerance or tolerance engine.
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302-460 Ford, 340-360 Small Block Chrysler, Pontiac, Olds and AMC Gear Drive Installation

August 12th, 2009 · No Comments

This unit is made of aircraft quality steel right here in the United States, all in Milodon’s own plant. With proper installation, this gear drive will out last and out perform any other cam timing device available. Follow these instructions carefully. We recommend that the engine be on an engine stand to install the gear drive. If this gear drive is to be installed on a fully assembled engine, rather than just initially being assembled, rotate the engine to T.D.C. #1 cylinder compression stroke. Remove the stock cover, gears, timing chain. Prepare the front of the block with a stone or file, and debur the area around the front of the cam boss.
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Mercedes-Benz Parts Catalogue 2006 Book

April 21st, 2008 · No Comments

Coupe E-Class G-Class Kombi S-Class SL Saloon T1 T2 C-Class Cabriolet Coupe E-Class G-Class Kombi S-Class SL Saloon Tensioner,timing chain (Engine Timing Control) Tensioner,timing chain (Engine Timing Control) Coupe E-Class G-Class Kombi S-Class SL Saloon Rocker/Tappet (Engine Timing Control) C-Class E-Class G-Class Kombi Sprinter Saloon T1 T2 Unimog V-Class Vario 190 Coupe G-Class Kombi Saloon T1 T2 Rocker/Tappet (Engine Timing Control) Flange,carburettor (Carburettor) C-Class Cabriolet CLK Coupe E-Class G-Class Kombi M-Class S-Class SL SLK Sprinter Coupe Kombi Saloon Fuel Pump (Fuel Supply System) Coupe G-Class
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