Question about Nissan Pickup
Remove the battery negative cable. If you have a radio with a security code be sure that you have the code before unhooking the battery or you'll not get the radio working again after you're done. If you dont have the code leave the battery connected but be careful of dropping tools in the engine bay especiall around the starter and alternator
Remove the plug leads and mark each ones' position on the lead with masking tape. Remove the air cleaner feeder pipe from the manifold and the throttle cable by undoing the lock nut and unhhoking from the throttle. Remove the PCV pipe along with the valve from the RH bank valve cover.
Removing the valve covers themselves involves undoing the philips head screw around the edge of the cover. They can then just be pulled off.
When fitting the new gasket make sure that it is properly seated in the groove in the valve cover all the way round. If it wont stay in you can use red RTV sealant (or any high heat silicone sealant/gasket maker) to keep it in place. Refitting is the reverse of removal. Readjust the throttle cable by having someone press the gas pedal to the floor and see that the throttle opens all the way.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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