Question about 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
Set the timing to top dead center # 1 cylinder just to be sure, the pump is keyed and you should be able to get it timed with no problem. Be sure to mark the pump with the housing as many pumps turn the pump to get the timing advanced so mark the flange and housing before removeal also before removing the pump be sure to check that it's not the primary pump thats bad, some call this pump the lift pump and is located on the side of the engine. Hope this helps and thanks for using Fix-ya
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