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On a 99 nissan pathfinder, fill tube door for gas tank is not connected to the pull lever. how can i replace this cable or gain access to repair?

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  • im4thedogs Jul 20, 2010

    Awesome! thank you so much for your help. I'm a single mother of 4 and try to do my own work thank you for your help.

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I would buy the part and route it the same way the old cable goes from driver's side lever to the rear door. May have to remove some plastic interior body parts to get at the ends of the cable.

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

  • im4thedogs Jul 19, 2010

    is there a site I can visit for a diagram?

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Jul 20, 2010

    http://www.diyrepairmanuals.com/products...



    The manual above costs $55 but has do it yourself items for your 1999 Nissan Pathfinder.


    I think you can figure out that if you disconnect the cable, then use a lot of tape to connect one end of the cable together with the other end of the other cable that you can just pull the cable through the passageways leading to the fuel door.



    It's like fishing wire through a house, one could say.

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