Started by Anonymous, January 21, 2004, 19:44
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QuoteReason for Recall There is a possibility that certain engine operating conditions may cause damage to the pre-catalyst. Material from inside a damaged pre-catalyst could enter the engine and result in increased oil consumption. If the engine oil level is not checked on a periodic basis and drops below the low level, and the driver continues to operate the vehicle ignoring noticeable engine noise, engine damage may occur which could result in a fire. What Nissan Will Do In order to prevent this incident from occurring, your Nissan dealer will reprogram the electronic control module to prevent any future damage to the pre-catalyst. In addition, the dealer will install heat shields on certain components of the exhaust system on vehicles that do not already have them. This free service should take about three hours to complete, but your dealer may require your vehicle for a longer period of time based upon the dealer's work schedule. The pre-catalyst will be tested to ensure it is working properly and replaced if necessary. If damage is found inside the pre-catalyst, it will be necessary to replace the engine. Nissan anticipates that few engines will need to be replaced. If the engine needs to be replaced, this also will be free of charge and will take several days.
Quote from: \"markiii to deej\"the difference will be because your old plugs were fubareda bloke with a flint would likely have been an improvement
Quote from: "rtbiscuit"might be best placed as stickies at the top of a special noob thread. s:wink: :wink: s:wink:
Quote from: "Chris_h"1) That ackermann / skipping on full lock which some peeps say is caused by dead top mounts, but seems to be a feature of the steering geometry. ISTR there being quite a bit posted on this...
Quote from: "enid_b"Quote from: "Chris_h"1) That ackermann / skipping on full lock which some peeps say is caused by dead top mounts, but seems to be a feature of the steering geometry. ISTR there being quite a bit posted on this...? s:oops: :oops: s:oops:
Quote from: "enid_b"Dan, when its finished, are you going to lock it, and remove all this discussion or shall i just copy n paste it onto a new thread?
Quote from: "nirurin"Sorry to post on a sticky, but it seems a lot of these links are now dead? Which seems odd as they are internal links...Edit: should have read the end page first, seems everyone already knows s:) s:) If and when I buy a car, I may sit down and sort out a new index, as a way of saying thanks :p