DISCLAIMER: We by no means take responsibility for any damage this fix may cause to your vehicle, so preform it at your own risk. This is meant for an OFFROAD only application. My 2005 Nissan Pathfinder began throwing the P0420 and P0430 code randomly over the past couple of months, sometimes frequently and sometimes it […]
I recently received the MYCHANIC Detailing Rig to use for my personal detailing business and so far I have been floored by how great the quality and design is. I have a small detailing business that I do everything from express details to full blown 12+ hour paint corrections on a variety of vehicles, so […]
Does your Frontier, Pathfinder, or Xterra make an annoying squeaking or squealing noise when you start it on a cold or rainy morning? Are you tired of being embarrassed and annoyed by the noise? Well this article will show you how to fix your problem!
The belt tensioner on the Nissan 4.0L V6(VQ40) found in the Nissan Frontier(2005 and up), Pathfinder(2005-2011), and Xterra(2005 and up) does not properly tension the belt over time, which is what causes the annoying squeaking noise because the belt is slipping in cold/damp conditions.
With a fairly tight budget, and other projects on hand, Raceland’s affordable coilovers were the perfect candidate to drop the stance of my 350Z daily driver without taking breaking the bank.
Nissan has announced a major expansion program that will inject some excitement into the Nissan lineup via NISMO, Nissan’s performance division.
While fuel prices are soaring, purchases of more fuel-efficient vehicles are increasing as well. But is it economically viable to trade in your car in pursuit of more miles per gallon? Let’s review…
Cummins is currently developing an inline-four-cylinder diesel engine in partnership with Nissan for demonstration in the Titan pickup truck.
Since its introduction last fall, the highly innovative Nissan JUKE has had a remarkable affect on the nation’s toughest automotive critics. Known for their cynical response to anything out of their comfort zones, they have nonetheless been won over by the admittedly quirky JUKE – especially once they get behind the wheel.
Electric vehicle (EV) concepts seemed to outnumber their internal combustion engine-equipped counterparts this year at the 81st International Geneva Motor Show. One EV concept that stood out from all the rest, however, was the dramatically styled, technically advanced Nissan Esflow.
Created to preview how a future Infiniti entry-level compact performance luxury sedan could look, Etherea is designed to project both an “evolving Infiniti identity” and a profile that is distinctly different from any current vehicle available in the premium compact class. Among the many media outlets providing their takes on Etherea, MotorTrend.com offers a positive review of the concept vehicle.