Question about 2004 Nissan Pathfinder
The procedure is to check the gaps on all the valves then see how much they are out side the recommended gap
remove the camshafts and take the followers off the valve be careful to not lose the adjustment spacer from inside the follower you then measure the spacer to either go thicker or thinner to get the required gap do that with all followers that need adjustment refit camshafts and reset timing then remeasure the valve gaps
Posted on Dec 11, 2016
Testimonial: "Thank you very much for your helpful information. when i asked local dealership's, was informed that they don't provide this service procedure due to the involved service, and unpredictability of successful results.and advised to seek other service providers. essentially told to drive it until the noise gets worse and then either replace the engine or perform a cylinder head replacement. leaving me with extreme doubt on performing this service procedure for my 2004 3.5L with 110k miles. otherwise mechanically runs perfectly. and not willing to let just anyone tear my motor apart."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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