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Oil leak located in the center front on 2006 nissan pathfinder. Looks like it in front of the bolt for the oil pan.

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Could be the front crank seal behind the pulley.

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Many cars require that you push the brake pedal before it will turn the starter. Keep brake pedal pressed. then try to start. If it still does not start, this still could be the problem. When the break pedal is pressed a switch is clicked on. It could be that the switch is bad.

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I own a 2005 Xterra Off Road and if yours is an "Off Road" model, you have skid plates. Your oil filter is located behind a little door on the bottom of one of the skids. Two screws hold the door on. As for the oil pan, it is most likely just hidden by a skid as well. It will be on the very bottom of the engine.

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there should be a lower flywheel cover that you can unbolt , then turn the flywheel to access all the nuts iin the opening. There should be several nuts to separate the torque conv. from the flywheel.

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should be on the bottem of oil pan ,at the bottem of engine. could be up on the side of oil pan but that very far. right around the bottem.

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