Question about 2002 Nissan Xterra
Things to have inspected..... Belts, air/cabin filters, pcv/evap/canister valves, brake/steering/trans/diff fluids, coolant, spark plugs (if not done around 90K)... I would check for any oil leaks or any seals that looks like they are corroding and may start to leak soon. Lastly, make sure the timing belt/chain has been replaced! If timing belts start to wear and snap, most likely you will have internal engine failure and damage..... If you can get through all this to make sure everything looks good, you will be in great shape... Then just keep up with it! Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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