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from a 1999 nissan GU ute brochure...

Models= td42 coil dx, td42 leaf dx, td42t coil dx, td42t leaf dx, td42t coil st

Power= td42 [nomally aspirated] 91 kw@4000
= td42t [turbocharged] 114 kw@3600

Torque= td42 272 Nm@2000
=td42t 330@2000

Gear ratios= td42 coil dx, td42 leaf dx, td42t leaf dx.
1st= 4.556, 2nd= 2.624, 3rd= 1.590, 4th=1.000, 5th=0.836, rev

Gear ratios= td42t coil dx, td42t coil st.
1st= 4.262, 2nd= 2.455, 3rd= 1.488, 4th= 1.000, 5th= 0.850, rev=3.971


Rear axle ratio= td42 coil dx, td42t coil dx, td42t leaf dx[?],td42t coil st.
4.111

Rear axle ratio= td42 leaf dx. [and probably the td42t leaf dx]
4.375

Transfer case= all models
2.02

Fuel=
main tank 95 litres
sub tank 80 litres

Tyres=
coil models 265/75r 16lt
leaf models 7.50r16 8pr

Brakes=
coil models 4wheel discs
leaf models disc front drum rear

Steering gear ratio= all models
17.0

Turns lock to lock=
coil models 3.4
leaf models 3.5

Towing capacity= all models
braked trailer 2500 kg
unbraked trailer 750 kg

Dimensions= [without tray]
coil models overall length 4885, overall width 1930, overall height 1875.
leaf models overall length 5060, overall width 1840, overall height 1895.
all models wheelbase 2970, turning circle 12.5 metres

Weights=
GVM coil models 3150, leaf models 3400.
GCM coil models 5650, leaf models 5900.
Front axle capacity all models 1530 kg.
Rear axle capacity coil models 1800 kg, leaf models 2650 kg.
Tare td42 coil dx 1990, td42 leaf dx 2100, td42t coil dx 2020,
td42t leaf dx 2130, td42t coil st 2030.

seats=
dx models 3
st model 2

paint colours=
Big Red [465], Pewter Grey [ES6], Golden Sands [CK0], White [531]

Approach angle= 37.0
Ramp over angle= 30.3
Departure angle= coil 33.5, leaf 30.8.

Wading Depth= 700 mm


Some suspension measurements from mine...stock points but lifted.

GU: rear diff suspension arm mounting points.
lower: 58 below centre line of axle housing. [350 above ground]
upper: 178 above centre line of axle housing. [586 above ground]
seperation: 236 vertical

GU: rear chassis suspension arm mounting points.
lower to ground: 540
upper to ground: 673
seperation: 133 vertical

all measurements taken centre to centre.
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From a 2002 Nissan GU Wagon brochure...


Models:
DX 3.0 litre turbo diesel manual.
ST 3.0 litre turbo diesel manual/auto.
DX 4.2 litre turbo diesel manual.
ST 4.2 litre turbo diesel manual.
ST 4.8 litre petrol manual/auto.
TI 4.8 litre petrol auto.

ENGINES:
3.0 litre turbo diesel DOHC inline 4 cyl with intercooler.
116 kw @ 3600 rpm, 354 Nm @ 2000 rpm, 17.9 compression ratio,
2953 cc, 96 mm bore, 102 mm stroke.

4.2 litre turbo diesel OHV inline 6 cyl.
114 kw @ 3600 rpm, 330 Nm @ 2000 rpm, 22.7 compression ratio,
4169 cc, 96 mm bore, 96mm stroke.

4.8 litre EFI petrol DOHC inline 6 cyl.
185 Kw @ 4800 rpm, 420 Nm @3600 rpm, 9.1 compression ratio,
4759 cc, 99.5 mm bore, 102 mm stroke.

TRANSMISSIONS:
3.0 and 4.2 manual gearbox ratios = 1st 4.262, 2nd 2.455, 3rd 1.488, 4th 1.000, 5th 0.850, rev 3.971.

4.8 manual gearbox ratios = 1st 4.085, 2nd 2.353, 3rd 1.426, 4th 1.000, 5th 0.881, rev 3.806.

3.0 auto gearbox ratios = 1st 2.784, 2nd 1.544, 3rd 1.000, 4th 0.694, rev 2.275.

4.8 auto gearbox ratios = 1st 3.540, 2nd 2.264, 3rd 1.471, 4th 1.000, 5th 0.834, rev 2.370.

Transfer case ratios = high 1:1, low 2.02:1.

FINAL DRIVE RATIOS:
3.0 manual and auto 4.375:1.
4.2 manual 3.900:1.
4.8 manual 4.375 auto 3.545:1.

FUEL CAPACITY:
main tank all = 95 litres.
sub tank diesel = 30 litres.
sub tank petrol = 36 litres.

TYRES:
DX diesel 7.50 R 16 8PR [optional 265/70 R16].
ST diesel 265/70 R16.
ST/TI petrol 275/70 R16.

REAR DIFFLOCK:
TI auto only.

LIMITED SLIP REAR DIFF:
all except TI auto.

TURNING CIRCLE:
12.5 m

TRACK:
front = 1605 mm.
rear = 1625 mm.

WHEELBASE:
2970 mm.

GROUND CLEARANCE:
210 mm.

BRAKES:
all = 4wheel discs.
ABS = TI [optional on ST].

HUBS:
DX = manual.
ST/TI = auto with manual overide.
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priced a GU C.V. with axle from the wreckers ... 330 dollars
priced a GU C.V. with axle from Nissan [part No 39100-VB001] ... 806 dollars
Bought an after market C.V. [no axle] from BSC for less than 150 but i'm not sure if they are as strong as an original and intend to keep it as a spare only.
its a "Drive pro" 86 N454 and the CV is marked [ WGC AC 11307 14935 ]
I have some genuine C.V. 's coming in from overseas and will see how much they are when they arrive and whether they come with axles or not.

got a price from CBC for less than 250 and is supposed to be the original made for nissan ones ... will check it out further.
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thanks to tuffgu&gq for this ...

Displaying the ECU fault codes. (ZD30) 3.0ltr TDi

1.Ensure that the battery is fully charged and that the engine is at normal operating temperature.

2.Ensure all accessories are switched off.

3.Switch the ignition On but do not start the engine.

4.Bridge terminals 8 (IGN) and 1 (CHK) on the diagnosis connector. The engine waring lamp should extinguish.

Connector diagram (looking front on) it looks like a wiring plug rectangle shape.

Top row
16,15,14,13,12,11,10,9
8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1
Bottom row

Bridging 8 (IGN) and 1 (CHK) with piece of wire (just push it into the slot)

5.Wait at least 2 seconds and then remove the wire bridging the terminals of the diagnosis connector. Any stored fault codes should now be able to be read.

6.Read the codes by counting the number of flashes of the Check Engine warning lamp. The code numbers are displayed as sets of separated by a 2.1 second pause. Each set comprises a series of 0.6 second flashes, a 0.9 second pause and a further series of 0.3 second flashes. The first set represents the first 2 digits of the code and the second set represents the last 2 digits.

Example 1. Code 0102 (Air Flow sensor) would be shown as one 0.6 second flash, a 0.9 second pause and two 0.3 second flashes.

Example 2. Code 1004 (Injection Pump fuel cut out system) would be shown as ten 0.6 second flashes, a 0.9 second pause and four 0.3 second flashes.

Note: To cease retrieving codes or to read codes again, turn the ignition Off and wait at least ten seconds before restarting the above procedure if necessary.
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Clearing Fault Codes:

1.After reading the fault codes as described, reconnect the wire bridging terminals 8 (IGN) and 1 (CHK) while the ignition is still On.

2.Wait at least two seconds and then remove the wire bridging the terminals. Any stored codes should now be erased.

Note: Fault codes are also erased if the battery is disconnected for more than 24 hours.

3.Road test the vehicle and check that there are no fault codes stored.

Fault codes
0102 Air Flow Sensor
0103 Coolant temp sender
0104 Vehicle speed sensor
0203 Throttle pedal switch
0208 Cooling Fan control
0301 Engine ECU
0402 Fuel temperature sensor
0403 Throttle pedal position sensor
0406* Intake air volume VNC system
0407 Crankshaft position sensor
0502* Battery voltage
0504 Auto Trans communication line
0701 Injection Pump –cam ring position sensor
0702 Injection Pump –TDC pulse sensor
0703 Injection Pump communication line
0704 Injection Pump –spill valve
0705 Injection Pump –ECU
0706 Injection Pump –spill valve
0707 Injection Pump injection timing control
0802 Engine ECU
0804* Engine ECU
0807 Stop lamp switch
0901 Engine ECU
0902 Engine ECU relay
0903* Engine ECU
0905 Intake air pressure sensor
1003 EGR volume control valve
1004 Injection Pump –fuel cut out system

* These codes do not illuminate the Check Engine warning lamp.

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Disabling the Air Bag(s) System.

Always disable the air bag system when working on steering components.

Disabling the air bag system is simply a matter of turning the ignition Off, disconnecting both Negative and Positive battery terminals in that order, and wait at least 3 minutes. During this time it is still possible for the air bag(s) to deploy, therefore work should not be commenced on the air bag system for at least 3 minutes.

Use extreme caution when working around the air bag system. When carrying a live air bag assembly, always carry it with the trim cover facing away from you.

When storing the air assembly on a bench, always store it with the trim cover facing up and avoid placing anything near, or on the assembly.

Note: If the steering column or steering gear has been disconnected for any reason make sure that the steering gear and then the Clock Spring are centred to avoid damage to the fine ribbon wire inside.

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just some diff strength comparisons ...
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To any here who need’s a stronger diff
Forget the Yankee Dana and corporate stuff we have the Nissan patrol h230 and h260 diffs at any good wreakers.
Nissan
How this h260 is 260mm or 10.25 inch with 1.51 inch 37 spline shafts
The smaller h230 is 230mm or 9.2 with 1.26 inch 31 or spline shafts or 1.31 inch 33 spline shafts

Dana 30
30 Ring gear diameter = 7.25"
44 Ring gear diameter = 8.75" 30 spline
60 Ring gear diameter = 9.75" come 30 some 35 spline
70 full-floating. 8 lug. 10.5" ring gear

Corporate
10 bolt, 8 1/2" ring 28 spline shafts.
12 bolt, 8 7/8" ring 30 spline shafts
14 bolt full-floating. 1 1/2"x30 spline shafts. 8 lug. 10.5" ring gear.
14 bolt semi-floating. 9.5" ring gear. 1 3/8"x33 spline shafts. 8 lug

Ford
9 inch 9 inch ring 28 spline most common
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is the auto in the 4.5 petrol the same as the 4.8 petrol? just curious as to what is different on them...
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is the auto in the 4.5 petrol the same as the 4.8 petrol? just curious as to what is different on them...
pretty much the same. diffrent head same long block. Nissan used diffrent pistons and to get to the 4.8 from the 4.5 long block they reduced the conrod length.
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Ive been looking for Trim Codes can anyone help ?
what trim codes will you need - Do you mean injector trim codes or trim as in build shape, seats etc.
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what are the factory alloy wheel detail? I know the series 2 is 16x8
what about others?
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Y60 - Safari 40300M
1997 t0 2005 Y61 - Safari16x8jj / 17x8jj
2005 to 2010 Y61 - Safari 17x8jj /18x8jj depends on location UK, Middle East went to 17" in 05 and asia followed in 08/09
2010 to onwards - Safari 17x8jj / 18x8jj - 18" limited to some locations mainly asia or middle east

Steal Wheels for standard Patrols

1997 t0 2005 Y61 - 16x5.50F 16x6JJ 16x8JJ
2005 to 2010 Y61 - 16x5.50F 16x6JJ 16x8JJ
2010 to onwards - 16x5.50F 16x6JJ 16x8JJ

Split rims: no part number purchased from local surplier. matt grey
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Anyone know what year the 5th gear gearbox was strenghtened? I Am looking at upgrading to a GU and if i have to fix stuff on it i might as well stick to the old mk.

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GU service manual download

http://fs10n2.sendspace.com/dl/374af...ice-Manual.zip

or if that doesnt work

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or here

http://myswag.org/downloads/GU_Thomo...Patrol_Y61.zip
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Two types of Engine (4. 2002 to 2007 and on. No upgrades on the engine since 2007. How to know what is type A and type B. A the engine number is at the front and type B engine number is on side just above exhuast manifold. Type B is stronger engine, more fuel efficient and updated ECU on the Engine.
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Two types of Engine (4. 2002 to 2007 and on. No upgrades on the engine since 2007. How to know what is type A and type B. A the engine number is at the front and type B engine number is on side just above exhuast manifold. Type B is stronger engine, more fuel efficient and updated ECU on the Engine.
Havent quite understand your post, you mean two diesel engines? what are the periods they came out, thanks dbsep.
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Havent quite understand your post, you mean two diesel engines? what are the periods they came out, thanks dbsep.
No, he's talking about the TB48DE A/B variants. 4.8 Petrol Engine
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The later model of the 4.8 is also down on power compared to the earlier one, so no wonder it uses less fuel
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and tb48 vtc and non vtc, differences?
We dont have VTC in Colombia, why are they better than 4.8 standard?
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