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    Nissan Pulsar N14 (and I am told N15 but haven't...

    Nissan Pulsar N14 (and I am told N15 but haven't used one myself) bolt straight up and are slightly smaller than stock but should be bigger than the Momo.

    I have put the N14 Pulsar Wheel on a...
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    ... a gentle massage with Aloe Vera cream will...

    ... a gentle massage with Aloe Vera cream will sort it out :smileyvault-cute-bi
  3. Did it start to do that all of a sudden or has it...

    Did it start to do that all of a sudden or has it always been like that?
    Does it do it in 4x4L as well?
    Did it first happen when doing some 4X work?

    Your symptoms are exactly like how a...
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    Your Cranker battery is knackered, or Your...

    Your Cranker battery is knackered, or
    Your Starter is knackered, or
    You have a high resistance in your cranker circuit (the clicking you hear is the starter solenoid)

    Clean the battery...
  5. Hmmm, interesting The sub tank poota monitors...

    Hmmm, interesting

    The sub tank poota monitors the sub tank qty and should switch off the pump when it thinks the tank is empty
    If the gauge is working OK then I would assume the sender and wiring...
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    Fuse 24 - 7.5 amp Amongst other things it is...

    Fuse 24 - 7.5 amp

    Amongst other things it is the Battery supply to the Sub Tank Poota.

    Pulling it should reset the Poota and next time you turn the ignition on the Poota will do a self test....
  7. Is your Sub tank fuel qty Gauge accurate?

    Is your Sub tank fuel qty Gauge accurate?
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    Get the Rad professionally serviced, the symptons...

    Get the Rad professionally serviced, the symptons you describe are the early signs of old age for a GU cooling system
    With the Rad out to get the core rodded the lower portion of the fins can also...
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    Shin-Kobe is part of Hitachi and are well known...

    Shin-Kobe is part of Hitachi and are well known in the UPS world for quality batteries.

    FWIW as a cranker battery I swear by Cat Batteries, great value for money, 3 year warranty and I always seem...
  10. If it is marine carpet then spray the area...

    If it is marine carpet then spray the area liberally with windex (glass cleaner) and give it a scrub with a nail brush or short bristle brush to get the windex right into the carpet.
    Mop up with...
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    First guess... Faulty Glow Plug Timer?

    First guess... Faulty Glow Plug Timer?
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    To reset the subbie poota fault you can pull the...

    To reset the subbie poota fault you can pull the sub tank fuse instead of taking off the battery earth... which is easier depends on what accessories and battery terminals you have.
    My Cab Chassis...
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    When I lived in the bush up on the NSW coast it...

    When I lived in the bush up on the NSW coast it was the eaves and gutters that were the most common source of problems.
    The embers would land and end up in the rain gutters and the leaf litter and...
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    In short, no there isn't if you want to keep the...

    In short, no there isn't if you want to keep the system standard (won't transfer unless there is space in the main and auto switch off when sub empty).

    If you want a "manual system" that you have...
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    I/C fans are very efficient for low speed...

    I/C fans are very efficient for low speed slogging.
    Once you get above about 50 KPH depending on scoop (factory/aftermarket) they do bugger all and can even start to impede air flow at highway speed...
  16. sarngon Here is the decoded VIN for...

    sarngon

    Here is the decoded VIN for VSKWYG260U0523986
    Make Nissan
    Model Patrol
    Model year 1993
    Body style 5 Doors Off Road
    Engine type 2.8
    Fuel type Diesel
    Transmission 5-Speed Manual
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    Wot he said X2 ^^^^ If your fan only works on...

    Wot he said X2 ^^^^

    If your fan only works on high it will 99% be that ballast resistor pack.
    If your fan doesn't work at all check the motor etc.
    OEM from Nissan is expensive but eBay or other...
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    When I put the Stratos air suspension seats in...

    When I put the Stratos air suspension seats in mine I purchased the seats and rails from KAB, costs $'s but fully engineered and bolt straight in.

    Interestingly the rail kit supplied with the...
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    Wot he said X2... and the reason for the build...

    Wot he said X2... and the reason for the build date being correct but the year descriptor being a tad odd from the VIN is probably because the series 6 went from 08 to 10 IIRC... been wrong before tho
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    Broken part of the door lock assy, I reckon it...

    Broken part of the door lock assy, I reckon it has fallen down the bottom and whoever replaced the part didn't bother to fish it out.
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    Sticky: Bastard, shithead, braindead, puss sucking...

    Bastard, shithead, braindead, puss sucking cretinous companies that continually fuck around with their web pages making simple processes into the most convoluted screwed up complicated exercises 3...
  22. Yep... sounds like waay too much weight up front....

    Yep... sounds like waay too much weight up front.

    FWIW I operate on 5 to 7% trailer weight as ideal tow ball weight and ex-factory with the boot loaded and the tanks full my XT12 was closer to...
  23. X2 ^^^^ I had an MDC XT12 for 5 years and the...

    X2 ^^^^

    I had an MDC XT12 for 5 years and the ball weight was way more than it should have been when loaded (as is the case with a lot of vans). Once i rejigged what was loaded where and moved the...
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    Yes, I did it on two of mine. As Mudski said,...

    Yes, I did it on two of mine.

    As Mudski said, it is a bit fiddly but IIRC an appropriate extension with a uni knuckle adapter gets the job done... ratchet ringy with the adjustable angle handle...
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    Long shot but... Alternator Sprag Clutch ?

    Long shot but... Alternator Sprag Clutch ?
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