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Is there any tech bullentins that are dealing with steering wheel vibrations from 70 to 80 MPH.
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Is there any tech bulletins that are dealing with steering wheel vibrations from 70 to 80 MPH.
Not for Xterra but there are a couple of bulletin for Maxima and Pathfinder:

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1996-1999 NISSAN PATHFINDER STEERING SHIMMY

I do not recommend to adjust the steering rack sliding force without the proper tools. A small change in the rack adjusting screw can make the steering very hard or very loose.
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The only problems I have seen with vibrations on these is seized u-joints in the drive shafts. I have seen more on the new pathfinders.
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First I have found a tire that is bad. Now I hear a clucking noise when the Xterra goes over a small bump, any tech ideals.
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I need manual of XTerra 2005 in spanish, mecanical transmision
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is there anything about the steering drift or pulling in the 05 xterra? mine goes right all the time after 4 alignments. is it the road? the brakes? the quality? the speed sensitive steering? this is really annoying problem that makes me hate nissan.
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mind does that too....I think its ok....the roads are normally slanted to the right to for drainage..The only way to test is to drive in the middle of the road
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What is the size of the torque member fixing bolt on the 2003 Xterra 2WD?
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How does the supercharger bypass valve work, how is it elctrically driven? and what is the purpose of the supercharger bypass actuator? i have called a couple dealers and noone seems to know with any authority. Is this lack of knowledge typical of dealerships? it is not very comforting. :(
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Hi i have one nissan exterra v6 not 4x4 made 2000
my scan he give one code :1136 INT/V TIMV/CIRB2
CAN SOMEBODY TEL ME WHAT IS WRONG?
I YUST CHANGED THE CNOK SENSOR .
Wher is the problem mor?
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How does the supercharger bypass valve work, how is it elctrically driven? and what is the purpose of the supercharger bypass actuator? i have called a couple dealers and noone seems to know with any authority. Is this lack of knowledge typical of dealerships? it is not very comforting. :(
A bypass valve is to relief pressure build up from your supercharger in the intake after you relief on the gas pedal. If you didn't have a bypass valve to do so, your intake would stay under pressure, means that the engine will receive to much of air/fuel mixture (supercharger) or air (turbo) for the work required. since your trying to slow down and not accelerate when you relief the gas pedal, you would end up with a huge lag of respond for your decelaration.
There is accelaration lag do to pressure build up, but imagine if you have lag trying to slow down, not safe. that's why bypass valve.
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is there anything about the steering drift or pulling in the 05 xterra? mine goes right all the time after 4 alignments. is it the road? the brakes? the quality? the speed sensitive steering? this is really annoying problem that makes me hate nissan.
I know this will sound stupid but, i had that problem and went for alignement twice. Still have a problem. My wife said " did you check the tire pressure", i guess the guy's at the alignement shop tought of that, why would i question that. So i went outside to check the tire pressure, for sure the front right was of by 20 pound.
No wonder the garage never charge me for the verification, they didn't do it.
I tough it would throw it out there. If it helps.
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