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Old 26-10-2011, 02:24 PM
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These filters are now being advertised in Nissan dealerships, so either they're putting them in as aftermarket accessories, or some models have them as standard (various car models). The Nissan spare parts counter had no difficulty identifying them.

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The Nissan dealership that i called had no idea until i gave them your part number, said they had never sold them. Until i gave them the part number they said that they dont exist, and you cannot install them in Patrols. It actually looks similar to the pollen filter that was changed out of my T31 diesel x-trail... hmm i think i still have that at home, will check it out

Will be good to see if there is any crap in the pipework while im there. i do get a dank smell from the AC sometimes - i didnt know if it was my mankey socks, last nights curry or something dead in the evaporator. Probably a combination of all the above.
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Well, I called Main North Nissan in Adelaide today and typical reply:
The B727C-79925 is $52AUD and MK27C-79925 is $104AUD from them.
Of course when I first asked what vehicles these are for(Xtrail, Maxima...) none are for Patrol apparently but afterwards they kept insisting that if fitting the filter for the first time the second kit is needed/should be used. I believe Nizzbits is selling the MK27C-79925 for around $80AUD. It would be nice if Gary could confirm what the heck is going on. Not that I don't trust you Ray but those ****wits from Nissan wouldn't or couldn't tell me how many are in the B727C-79925 box.
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Rumcajs,
You can certainly trust Ray with what he's telling you... I bought the B727C-79925 'kit' yesterday from Waverley Nissan for $46.45 and there's TWO filters in it. No clips.
So by the sounds of it, the extra $50 or so, for the other kit (MK27C-79925) is for the clips and stickers. Bargain!
I'll be installing them on the weekend, so will find out if the '$50 clip' is needed or if i need to make up one.
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I just got the B727C-79925 kit from grand Nissan at Reynella. Was $49 - they had to get it from Melbourne. Nizzbits was the same price and i had today off so i saved him the hassle and got it from Grand.

Following Ray's instructions was easy enough.. Just remove the glovebox (6 screws) and cut out the rectangles. When you look at the filters you will see one edge has a rail, the other has an offset pattern of lugs. I put the lugs together and pushed both filters in at the same time. They fit snug in the rails, i doubt they will come out so the clip doesnt seem nessesary. If it all went to crap id just stick some gaffa tape over them, but i didnt need to as it was a tight fit.

Handy hint - dont run your AC before doing this - it makes all the mud / trees / small animals wet in there and hard to clean out.

I also cleaned out my AC drain and now the water floweth well...

Mine came with a sticker, 2 filters and no clip. I doubt you need the clip so its up to you if you think its worth the extra $50 - id get a carton of beer or a bottle of turkey instead.

rumcajs - if you want to see it setup - let me know..
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You can certainly trust Ray with what he's telling you... I bought the B727C-79925 'kit' yesterday from Waverley Nissan for $46.45 and there's TWO filters in it. No clips.
So by the sounds of it, the extra $50 or so, for the other kit (MK27C-79925) is for the clips and stickers. Bargain!
I'll be installing them on the weekend, so will find out if the '$50 clip' is needed or if i need to make up one.
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I'm sure I can,
I went to Nissan this morning to see for myself and yes the box contains 2 filters but the parts guy just didn't know until I opened the box. Funnily enough sticker on the box says "2 pcs" so the level of incompetence is just astounding particularly when the dude showed me a laminated flyer/promo list which lists all the vehicles models and corresponding part numbers and hey the B727C-79925 fits also Pulsars, Pathfinders as well as Patrols Y61. When I rang yesterday "it doesn't fit Patrols" reply was given. Facepalm!
So if one gets the kit (MK27C-79925) one will end up with 4 filters in 2 boxes + reminder sticker aaaaand one lousy clip which appears to be not needed. So either way it just the same just extra 2 filters for next time. As to the reason why Mr Nissan comes up with such stupidity is just beyond comprehension.
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Edit: Dronus, you've got yours fitted wrong way (top one, Ray is correct in his original post as usual if following the instructions included in the box). Clip can be obtained over the counter from Nissan for "penauts" they keep them in stock.

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Anybody done something simillar to a Y61 '99 GU??

I reckon they'd need a clean up after 13 years :s
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can anyone confirm that the cut is done on the inside of the raised lip?

The non gen filters are wider, I don't think it will fit.
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Yeah mine wouldnt fit the other way around, thats why i put them in that way. Not sure why, and its working well so im not pulling it apart to find out
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can anyone confirm that the cut is done on the inside of the raised lip?

The non gen filters are wider, I don't think it will fit.
You cut out the inside part. Once you see it, it's pretty obvious.

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Do you notice any difference with the filter in compared to without it?

Gotta be doing something with all that crap in it.
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Do you notice any difference with the filter in compared to without it?

Gotta be doing something with all that crap in it.
After 12 months (that's how often I check it), the filter looks like my air cleaner filter after 10,000km. So yes, I do notice a difference.

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After 12 months (that's how often I check it), the filter looks like my air cleaner filter after 10,000km. So yes, I do notice a difference.

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S'pose I'd better have a look at mine then..........
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BWuick bit of a thread dredge, but just checked the price on the B727C-79925 air con pollen filters at Cleveland Nissan $50.95. in stock. Good time of year to give the Ac an overhaul, and clean-out.

Put the new AC Condenser in yesterday, and just pulled my evaporator this morning and soaked it in a tub of very hot water and detergent for half an hour to soften 14 years of gunk, hose it out, all nice and clean now and ready to reinstall. Will have to pick-up another set of pollen filters, hence this thread dredge for part numbers and instructions.

I put the filters in a couple of years ago and they really are a boon if you suffer from any pollen or dust related breathing issues. They really made a difference to the air quality. Highly recommended that if you don't have them fitted that you get some and follow the instructions in the above posts.

Even though my patrol already had plenty of gunk in the evaporator when I put them in, they were beneficial. I guess it will stay a lot cleaner and fresher for longer now. Man the amount of gunk, hair, and small leaves and god alone knows what else that was in there it is a wonder the Ac even moved any air.

Going to drop the centrifugal fan now and give the housing a wipe out with a damp cloth, and if the fan come off give it a good wash, should make the AC a lot more efficient when it is all re-gassed next week.

Ah well back to the job at hand, get all don't this arvo, get the radiator back in and some oil in the donk ready for a restart.
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Anybody done something simillar to a Y61 '99 GU??

I reckon they'd need a clean up after 13 years :s
Did this to my 99 GU no problems at all
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I have followed the instructions and found no filters
Nissan should be ashamed of themselves skimping like that

The evaporator is chockers
How did others get in there to clean it?

I am thinking of making something to go on the end of the vacuum

Ideas please

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Have a look in the yellow pages for your local Kirby vacume cleaner place. They will sell you a real skinny window runner attatchment with a brush on the end. Not sure how much tho.

I cleaned my filters with the air gun today, I knew they were getting blocked because setting 1 in the ute cab was not keeping me cool anymore. I got heaps of red dirt out of them and all is well again. They probably should have been replaced but I am a tight arse and will get another year out of them
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