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I need a pulley diagram for a 1987 nissan pathfinder

I got one in pieces and neeed to know how the pulleys go back together please help

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SOURCE: Crankshaft pulley Nissan Pulsar '91 N14

Hi your alternator pulley is hold by a nut about twenty mm, chech it it may be lose......good luck

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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SOURCE: 1987 nissan pathfinder wont crank or anything

FIRST TRY TO SEE IF THE FUSE AND RELAY ARE FUNCTIONING PROPERLY. IF THEY CHECK OUT THEN CHECK FOR SPARK AT EACH ONE OF THE SPARK PLUGS. IF YOU ARE GETTING SPARK THEN I WOULD REPLACE THE CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR. THIS DEVICE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OPENING INJECTORS AND SPARK PULSE THROUGH THE COMPUTER. HOPE THIS HELPS. PLEASE LET ME KNOW. BEST OF LUCK

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: IDLE PULLEY

Look like this?

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Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Nissan frontier 4 cylinder belt diagram + tensioner pulley

They are under the hood or on the front crossmember.

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matt

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SOURCE: 94 nissan pathfinder. 3.0V6. timing belt change,

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