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    GQ Patrol sunroof drive cables

    Hi, does anybody know of a part number for the internal sunroof drive cables please. I have a GQ patrol TD42 Auto high roof with the large internal sliding sunroof. The drive cables for the sunroof are worn out and I am having trouble sourcing replacements. Thanks.

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    G’day Gunyah Mate!
    Unfortunately not sure if any of the manuals available on here either would cover the “GQ High Roof” as we were only ever able to import ourselves ‘Safari’ variants as they were never released here by Nissan officially I believe.
    New Zealand as I understand they were sold there in the day so may help assist your parts search and or Wikipedia should mention other countries where available?
    Many Global Legends have also recommended this place:
    https://partsouq.com/en/catalog/genuine/locate?c=Nissan



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    Thanks MB. The Partsouq link enable me to enter my VIN and get the part number I needed (91354 and 91355). Unfortunately these are no longer available from Nissan Australia so I spent several hours working on the drive cables and managed to repair them to the point that they seem to work reliably for now. I cut out the damaged section of coil from the drive cable and then cut a section of non damage coil adjacent and wound it back to cover the missing section. Thanks for the link!

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    Welcome Gunyah Mate, was just paying the linky forward from other Legends suggestions on here!
    Glad you were able to fix it yourself, well done


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