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Old 26-10-2014, 07:42 PM
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is this the right size of filter for Patrol GuIV? it looks thicker than the one in Ray's picture. can someone confirm if this will fit?
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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...

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Where would one find the AC drain?

And here we go.....Looks cheaper that 50 clams from Ni$$an???


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I got mine from Nizzbits. I cut the plastic thingy and got it out. There was no filter? Is that normal??
And then when I put the filters in, it doesn't have as much air coming out lol. It does. Just got use to it before, smells better too somehow.

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Old 27-10-2014, 05:39 PM
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Yep good stuff Ray reminds me mate that I need to buy the filters from nissbits

While Im doing the filter there is a spray can you can use to deodorise the aircon too, I think Ill look into that
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Yep good stuff Ray reminds me mate that I need to buy the filters from nissbits

While Im doing the filter there is a spray can you can use to deodorise the aircon too, I think Ill look into that
Somewhere on this forum there is mention made of a spray can that cleans the evaporator up like new. I'll see if I can find it.

(much later) Couldn't find the thread in question but Google found this:

'wurth make a product called sabesto air conditioner and heating disinfection spray
i use it once a year
got from repco i think was about $15.00'

This was a thread about smelly aircon and of course it degenerated to f*rt jokes

And I've now found this:

http://www.supercheapauto.com.au/onl...om=20106#Cross
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If you use contact cleaner with one of those tubes that come with it you should be able to flush it out without leaving any residue.
Mine could probably do with a look over again.. maybe a job for the weekend if anyone wants to have a gander..
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Where would one find the AC drain?

And here we go.....Looks cheaper that 50 clams from Ni$$an???


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It goes through to a plug in the firewall. If you run your ac you might see where it comes from. Just be careful putting your head near moving parts.
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is this the right size of filter for Patrol GuIV? it looks thicker than the one in Ray's picture. can someone confirm if this will fit?
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They quote the same part number B727C79925 that was quoted earlier in this thread as being the correct Patrol part number. At that price I'm going to give it a go.

Well spotted, patrol97!!
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They quote the same part number B727C79925 that was quoted earlier in this thread as being the correct Patrol part number. At that price I'm going to give it a go.

Well spotted, patrol97!!
That shape is not same as you need . the post above yours is the correct looking parts. they come as a pair and the one you are looking at is a single unit. Michael
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I got mine from here. $26.40 ea and free postage if you spend more than $50 also.

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I made up a tool to fit on the vacuum to clean the evaporator and then fitted the filters
Boy it made a difference
No point in fitting the filters without cleaning the evaporator
Paid $47 for the filters after a 15% discount once i said how skungy nissan was not putting in filters in the first place

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I made up a tool to fit on the vacuum to clean the evaporator and then fitted the filters
Boy it made a difference
No point in fitting the filters without cleaning the evaporator
Paid $47 for the filters after a 15% discount once i said how skungy nissan was not putting in filters in the first place

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I got mine from here. $26.40 ea and free postage if you spend more than $50 also.

Cabin Filter JS AC2503SET

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The photo in the thread shows a pair. Is that right $26.40 ea pair or is that for one, so $52.80 for the pair?
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Thanks Allan,
my local Nissan dealer could not even find these listed as a part and said that Patrols did not ever come out with them. I know they didn't in Australia but they did in Japan and they said no I was incorrect. So I have not bothered going back.
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The photo in the thread shows a pair. Is that right $26.40 ea pair or is that for one, so $52.80 for the pair?

$26.40 for the pair
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Thanks Allan,
my local Nissan dealer could not even find these listed as a part and said that Patrols did not ever come out with them. I know they didn't in Australia but they did in Japan and they said no I was incorrect. So I have not bothered going back.
That's typical, when I went to get mine the parts guy was telling me there is no such thing, yet right in front of him was laminated flyer for cab filter being on special, among models listed was Y61.....so I turned the flyer towards him and asked him to get me one for Y61 and not for Patrol. Anyway for future reference the filter kit p/n
B727C-79925.
I'd get the one from posted link above, its half price and the money which the Ni$$an st$aler is not gonna get are better spent.

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greetings all,

so just to confirm, the aus 2008 onwards patrols do not have filters installed from the OEM, you have to cut a slot into the housing so you can retro fit them? if so, how do you seal the slot again?
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G'Day hi1ux, I used a dremmel to cut into the housing,(stanley knife aint no good) and the filters pretty well sealed the hole,( it's a tight fit if you cut it out right). Then i used black fibreglass tape to seal over the filters. Put your glovebox back in and no one knows you've been there. Hope this helps, Cheers, teddy.






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