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Is it the same as any other car changeing front and back brake pads on a nissan x trail

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On the brakes,yes

Now I would like you to put Nissan Issues,Nissan Problems,Nissan Recalls, into your search engine and read up on all 2005 ,2006,2007, 2nd Generation Trucks.

IMMEDIATELY--Buy an aftermarket NEW RADIATOR and install
All Frontiers,Pathfinder and Xterras have bad Trans Coolers in the OE Radiators,that WILL eventually leak coolant into your trans and ruin it.

I used to own a trans shop years ago, and I'm reading, as you will, that these transmissions are costing $4000 to $6000 to repair.
I cannot believe what I read ,as I have no experience with the 5 speed version, but the 4speed is a nice unit and costs about 1500 at most, retail to R&R.

Also, if your gas gauge acts up and it will,the fuel tanks are deformed and a new sending unit is required.

That was the good news,provided you act quickly.

Nissan WILL NOT EXTEND YOUR WARRANTEE ,WILL NOT HELP YOU IN ANY WAY, ON ANY ISSUES, WITH ANY OF THEIR PRODUCTS. EVEN NEW ONES.

I also see that is the trend, all of the dealers are going. I see and hear it locally,from other auto professionals and from relatives going to dealers.
Myself and my snap-on dealer get blown off, just trying to buy parts at dealerships. They refuse to work any longer with knowlegable people outside there dealer network.

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