Question about 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just fixed this problem last weekend in my 2005 Pathfinder. It's not the fuel sending unit itself, it's the fuel level sensor that is attached to the sending unit. I'm not a mechanic, but know a little about fixing vehicles and I did it myself in about 2 hours. The dealer may tell you they need to replace the whole fuel sender, but that is false. The sensor costs $80-90 from the dealer or from Courtesy Nissan in Texas. They will ship it to you. You don't need a "special nissan tool" to remove the sending unit, unless they call a hammer and screwdriver "special". It's a simple locking ring. You could probably have any shop do it for $100 labor if you supply the part. You can find instructions if you search Nissan forums. The Frontier has the same problem (since it's the same truck with a different body) so look in Frontier forums as well. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Select the RESET key using the Joystick and press ENTER. Reset the
driving distance to the new schedule, Or to reset "Maintenance Notice"
on the display, turn the ignition key to
ON, with engine off. Select the "Maintenance Schedule' key by using the
button to right or left. Using the button select the "Reset" key and
push the "Enter" button.
You can obtain a factory service manual for your vehicle with this information and complete service procedures from Promanuals.net for cheap. Here is link to your vehicle.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
1. Open the hatch and stand under it.
2. Remove pull handle from the inside of the hatch (2 screws under pop panels).
3. Starting in the lower corners, gently pry the entire interior panel from the hatch,
and leave it hanging from the wiper area near the glass.
4. Grasp the bulb housing and twist to the left while pressing inward.
5. Replace with a 1156 bulb.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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