Question about 1999 Nissan Pathfinder
I think you better check the u-joins, and the only way to check them on a pathfinder is to remove the drive shaft. if the joints are ok, then suspect the planetary gear set in the automatic transmission, but i think it will be a u-joint.by the way if it is the planetary gear set you will have to have the transmission replaced or rebuilt....GOOD LUCK
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Posted on Mar 12, 2011
It may be a mechanical problem in the transmission, transfercase , driveshaft or differential but i would be suprised.Most of the componets if they have enough wear to cause slack would be making lots of noise.I would first suspect a broken motor or transmission mount or maybe a low fluid condintion in the transmission.Good Luck!
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