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A Buyer's Guide to the 2012 Nissan Pathfinder
Whether Whether you have plans to go off-road or just want a vehicle that’s nice and roomy, the 2012 Nissan Pathfinder is definitely worth a closer look. Key Features As a dual-purpose vehicle, Nissan made the 2012 Pathfinder with three-rows...

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I have a 2005 nissan pathfinder 4.0 , the car turns off after 20 minutes of driving it or even having it parked while running,
Heat is causing an electrical component to "drop out". It is actually fortunate that the vehicle will not re-start because that means only a no-start diagnostic is required to pinpoint the component or system that is failing. If the car...
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2006 pathfinder drives and shifts great but won't go into reverse... what is wrong?
Be sure that the gear shifter is actually selecting the reverse position; you can observe the manual lever on the transmission case to see if the lever is in the commanded detent position. If the transmission is in reverse, pressure...
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Vehicle whining after belt replacement
Hi there. I would suspect another pulley that the serpentine belt drives has a dry/loose bearing. Have a certified mechanic, like ones from YourMechanic, inspect the noise and check each pulley for play.
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Trouble starting the car.
It sounds like you may have a faulty starter solenoid. The starter solenoid is located on the starter and has internal electrical contacts that transmit electricity to the starter. When this fails, it may cause a clicking sound and will...
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Steering wheel shaking
Hi there. It sounds to me that you have warped brake rotors. This problem occurs when your brakes heat up to a point where the pressure exerted from the tightened lug nuts bend your rotors. When you press your brakes,...
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Stalling then hard to start
When you start your car in the morning and turn the key to on, the coolant temperature sensor immediately reads the temperature of the coolant and relays this to the computer indicating that the coolant is cold. The computer then...
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Power windows do not work.
Check to see if you are getting power to the white wire to the driver's window switch when the key is on. If not, then check and replace the ignition relay 2 in the engine fuse box. The main circuit...
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no start
When the engine cranks but does not start, this is usually related to a fuel or ignition issue. Since this engine has a distributor, I would recommend checking the distributor, distributor cap, and rotor for any damages. Then I would...
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Cooling system
The thermostat is a commonly known part to fail causing the coolant to not flow through the radiator properly causing the engine to overheat. The diagnosis sounds about right and is consistent with a thermostat failing. This can be caused...
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Car stalling randomly
With the illumination of the Check Engine Light, a fault code is generally stored in the system, and can be scanned by a mechanic. The engine computer relies on several signals from sensors for vital information to keep the engine...
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Car shaking at 50 MPH
Shaking at higher speeds is usually related to something that is rotating. Most of the time this will be the wheel and tire assembly. If you have tires that are worn unevenly, or if any of them have a manufacturer...
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Car does not accelerate
These vehicles are very sensitive to someone driving with both feet, meaning if you are touching the brake at the same time pushing down the gas pedal, the computer will go into a low power/no throttle mode since it sees...
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Changed Starter and messed up programing. If started with Key it dies when released from start position. Works fine if started wit
If the vehicle stalls when you release the key, there could be a problem with the ignition switch (the electrical segment of the key/switch assembly). The reason the car doesn't cut out when you use the remote to start it...
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Vdc light slip light wants to stall when push the gas
The near stalling when you push the gas pedal is a consequence of the air fuel ratio being off as the throttle admits more air to the intake. The causes of the "wrong" ratio lie somewhere in the fuel delivery...
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p0021 Engine Light Code and trouble accellerating to faster speeds
The underlying cause is most likely among these possibilities: 1) blocked oil passages due to sludge; 2) faulty wiring to the camshaft oil control valve; 3) a faulty camshaft oil control valve; or 4) faulty timing chain and/or camshaft phasers....
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code P0021, little power when accelerating
Hi Jacob. Thanks for contacting us tonight. P0021 is the OBD-II generic code indicating that the Engine Control Module (ECM) has determined that the bank 2 intake camshaft is more advanced than what the ECM has commanded it to be....
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I bought a 87nissanpathfinderxe3.0v6 having trouble figuring out exactly where the fuel linehoses connect to carb
Hi Chuck. Thanks for contacting us today. In situations like this, it's always best to purchase a service and repair manual for the vehicle, so you can review the manufacturer's diagram and fuel line connections. This will help you view...
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Code P2A00,, sensor was replaced, eng.light back.This was after 2x replacing. Relearn MAF done, and:vibration at stop after drive
The code P2a00 can be caused by a few different causes. The O2 sensor or wiring, exhaust gasket leak, clogged injectors or a catalyst problem. Have all these items checked and replace or repair as needed. If you need assistance...
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Electrical problem in Nissan pathfinder 01, burning out my spark plugs and temp censor in the last two months.
The only way you can burn out spark plugs in a month is to have your engine running so lean it will have misfires, low power and other driveability problems. I suggest having fuel system pressure tested and computer tested...

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