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How much would it cost to repair a leaking transfer case on a 2005 nissan pathfinder?

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SOURCE: hand brake nissan pathfinder

If you lift the hand brake you should find an adjustment nut (I think it is 10MM). Tighten that and you should be good to go. Be careful, it doesn't take much to adjust - turn gradually/slowly.

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Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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SOURCE: life expectency of 2005 Nissan Pathfinder engine?

all i can say is nissan are very well known for exceeding 200,000 miles

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a 2005 Nissan pathfinder

I just had the same issue with the same mileage as yours. Mine is the sending/sensing unit and it causes the range, distance to empty, etc. to be incorrect. The dealer is replacing for just under...$500. Another problem has been a whining sound under the hood, which they diagnosed as worn timing chain guides...cost to replace the guides is about $1,400. Not replacing results in the chain running on metal and chain wear, not to mention that whine. The service advisor said these two issues are the most common problems with Pathfinders. Good luck with your problems.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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SOURCE: my 1991 nissan pathfinder's wiper motor repair

The cowl panel has to be removed. You will find plastic clips and possibly a few screws holding the panel on. Once you remove the panel you will see the wiper linkage and motor.

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Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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SOURCE: The check engine light on my 2004 nissan

Pathfinder 2003. My check engine light was on for a while so I just had an evap leak test done (trouble code reading - P1456) at a dealer today. They did a smoke test, found small leak at the charcoal canister. They wanted $600 on top of the diagnostic fee of $120 to replace the canister and the control valve. I brought the car home, took off the canister, found a small crack where the valve is attached to the canister. I fixed the crack with epoxy, I hope it holds. If it doesn't I'll have to buy a new canister - $160 on line. It's an easy job, the canister is located near the rear tire, driver side. Tomorrow I'll put everything back and hope the engine check light stays off.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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did you just have the fluid replaced in the transfer case?? if the answer is no, the you may have a leak from the series of seals that are internal. you will have to have the transfer case removed and have the CVT seal replaced and other seals inside of the transfer case. lengthy repair and costly also. the transfer case has to be removed to replace the CVT side seal and while you are in there replace seals inside of the transfer case also. that what its sounds like to me. transfer case seal leak or the inside CVT seal leak. however if its leaking right from the bellhousing, it also could be the torque converter seal. this is when proper diagnosis comes to play. if its d converter seal, than the trans has to come out. have this one checked by someone that knows what they are doing. could be transfer case seal leak and it could be converter leak.

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Ihave a 2005 nissan pathfinder with 200,000 klm on it i have to keep topping up engine coolant temp, gauge showing normal no heat in cab when coolant is low, is this a major repair & could you give me...


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they ever need to be topped off

So you have issues.

If you can not see a leak, then have a
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for exhaust gases,that may indicate
a bad head gasket

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How can I remove/disable the front transfer case on a 1991 Nissan Pathfinder? The gear oil started spraying out everywhere and if possible I just want to disconnect it.


I was going to say , if you are not going to use it, just take off the drive shaft, but if it sprays oil, it will probably still be spraying it. You can't take off the case, You will need to fix the leak. hope this helps.

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I have a 2005 Nissan pathfinder


I just had the same issue with the same mileage as yours. Mine is the sending/sensing unit and it causes the range, distance to empty, etc. to be incorrect. The dealer is replacing for just under...$500. Another problem has been a whining sound under the hood, which they diagnosed as worn timing chain guides...cost to replace the guides is about $1,400. Not replacing results in the chain running on metal and chain wear, not to mention that whine. The service advisor said these two issues are the most common problems with Pathfinders. Good luck with your problems.

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Change transmission fluid and filter


You need special tools to do that plus you need to change both differentials and transfer case oil so my advise is just find a good mechanic who will do it for cheap. Thats what I just did anyways and it ended up being $240 for everything plus $50 for the special tranny fluid that I had to buy myself at the dealership.

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The transfer case uses Nissan Type "D" or equivalent, or Dexron/Mercon III ATF, the newest Dexron is Dexron VI, u may use that alo, it is vastly superior to earlier Dexron.

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1995 nissan pathfinder


You'll probably have to change the clutch plate on the flywheel. You'll have to get a floor jack, but a transmission jack is easier to remove the transmission. To remove the transmission you'll have to remove the tortion bars on both front wheels. Also, you'll have to remove the crossmember aft of the transfer case. You'll also have to remove the front and rear drive shafts. The manual says you should keep the transfer case from leaking oil out the back. but, you can just top it off after you're done. Be careful not to damage the seal seal for the rear drive shaft. Anyway, once you get the transmission and transfer case out (you'll have to remove the shift and transfer case levers), you should have enough space to remove the clutch plate from the flywheel on the engine. You should have an alignment tool to make sure the clutch plate is aligned with the crankshaft so you can put the transmission back on.

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