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Old 28-03-2019, 06:50 PM
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I've been doing some research & I think you've got some braid wrapped around one of the hubs This is pretty serious especially if it is more than one colour,you will need to get under the car with a sharp knife and cut it all away
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So no braid laying around the place..

If you travel into Qld that's where you'll find it..
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Old 28-03-2019, 06:51 PM
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Hey Troy I had an issue with my GQ auto hubs. I would reverse out of the drive way and then on going forward click click click went the hubs. would reverse again go forward still click after 4th time doing no clicking. I changed to manual hubs as was easier than fixing autos and never did click after that . Does yours do it every time you drive .
I have a similar issue from time to time, going from reverse to drive while still rolling seems to cause it, roll forward get to about 50kmh and click click click slown down almost to a stop and get one big click and it goes away, if i reverse out the driveway and come to a complete stop before going into drive and then move off it doesnt seem to do it.
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Old 28-03-2019, 06:55 PM
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I will never ever sell your he mighty patrol. .
Things can be fixed.. after all it a crd it's not as if I'll ever have to buy a new motor for it..

I can understand why you sold yours Brad, being a Di and all..
Softy been thinking of selling his too..
I don't blame ya's...
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Old 28-03-2019, 06:58 PM
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Is more of a sickening gridding noise other than a click..

Then you hear the horrid clunk... It's not a good sound..
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Old 28-03-2019, 06:59 PM
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Anyway I'm sick of talking about it..

I'll start a thread in the appropriate section .. like those apples gee??
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Old 28-03-2019, 06:59 PM
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Is more of a sickening gridding noise other than a click..

Then you hear the horrid clunk... It's not a good sound..


Broken fretz?
Just go lock in the hubs and go for a drive ya drama queen


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Old 28-03-2019, 07:02 PM
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Broken fretz?
Just go lock in the hubs and go for a drive ya drama queen


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So you mean I should g ,o , g g ,o for a drive..
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Yessssss a long long drive


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It says in the book oil should be :
genuine Nissan matic C aft or equivalent/Matic D aft or api GL -4 velocity sae:75 w90
The 75w90 is what caused problems with mine.
Caused the front drive shaft to turn and engaged auto hubs.
No probs with transmax z fully syn atf.
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Old 28-03-2019, 07:07 PM
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The 75w90 is what caused problems with mine.
Caused the front drive shaft to turn and engaged auto hubs.
No probs with transmax z fully syn atf.
Yep...
Edit.. I'll see how the transmax z goes warty..

But I imagine there has been some damage done to hubs after the two incidence.
We'll see..
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I hope there is someone out there who has learnt something from all this talk today..
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Old 28-03-2019, 07:25 PM
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I hope there is someone out there who has learnt something from all this talk today..


I have. WE are a helpful bunch.
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Haha, least I still own a patrol and haven't sold it ... You sold yours because of all the problems the di's have..
And you bought a chit box replacement..


And gee, there is no need to encourage him..

No wonder I give him heaps..
5yrs old and it's breaking down. Come back to me when it's 16yrs old princess. Mine cost me $400 for a new draglink in that time, you've already blown that number away. Seems strange how Gee's Di still has original hubs also.

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When the SS finds you have a step drill ( now hidden) and does this to the exhaust of his car

That is the tail pipe just past the rear diff.

Engine pipe to intermediate main muffler and yes drilled through from both sides

And finally the intermediate muffler.
Canít wait to hear how he explains that to the cops next time he is pulled over.


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When the SS finds you have a step drill ( now hidden) and does this to the exhaust of his car

That is the tail pipe just past the rear diff.

Engine pipe to intermediate main muffler and yes drilled through from both sides

And finally the intermediate muffler.
Canít wait to hear how he explains that to the cops next time he is pulled over.


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As any true Honda owner will tell you, it sounds mad when VTEC kicks in yo.
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When some complete barstool thief breaks into my car and nicks my stuff !

Cops came out to look for prints -- got nothing. They knew Dad .

At least this time my car isn't full of broken glass, like last time.
Someone I know was woken up by their neighbour about 2 a.m because there was someone hiding under their car. They had stuff stolen too.
I assume from the time that you posted this it happened the night before, if so it would be the same night.
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