A collection of some of our most popular discussions and articles on caring for and upgrading your Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti QX4!
Dave Muramoto takes the Winter Warrior concept 2016 Nissan Pathfinder and Rogue into an unlikely environment – Down (and up!) the ski slopes at Echo Park.
Does your Frontier, Pathfinder, or Xterra make an annoying squeaking or squealing noise when you start it on a cold or rainy morning? Are you tired of being embarrassed and annoyed by the noise? Well this article will show you how to fix your problem!
The belt tensioner on the Nissan 4.0L V6(VQ40) found in the Nissan Frontier(2005 and up), Pathfinder(2005-2011), and Xterra(2005 and up) does not properly tension the belt over time, which is what causes the annoying squeaking noise because the belt is slipping in cold/damp conditions.
This promotional brochure was issued by Nissan in early 1998, featuring all of the press accolades for the 1998 Nissan lineup – some cool images to add to your collection of memorabilia if you own a ’98 model! Click for full-size images…
NICOclub reviews the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder – There’s only one thing we’d change about the completely redesigned 7-passenger hauler…
Scans from the original dealer brochure for the 1990 Nissan Pathfinder. Please click on the thumbnails to view full-sized images.
Scans from the original dealer brochure for the 1989 Nissan Pathfinder. Please click on the thumbnails to view full-sized images.
Scans from the original dealer brochure for the 1988 Nissan Pathfinder. Please click on the thumbnails to view full-sized images.
How To: Replace plugs/cap/rotor on 3.3L Pathfinder / QX4 (VG33E engine) By: Pathy415 Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any damaged caused to your vehicle. This write-up is only meant to assist you in the process but is not a know-it-all guide. It is best to seek a professional mechanic for assistance or just have […]
An automatic transmission generates 75% of its lifetime wear within the first 10,000 miles due to break-in wear and stuff left over from the manufacturing process, and some of it will settle in the bottom of the transmission pan and be collected by the in-pan magnet; thus, one pan drop is sufficient.