You will need to supply a few details about your Patrol
Any engine modifications?
How many km has it done?
Ute or wagon?
Any other accessories, such as roof racks bull bars etc.
How much weight does it normally carry?
What sort of driving; city, country, hill, flat etc.
Towing a trailer?
And that's just for starters
But most importantly what is the actual fuel consumption in litters per 100km (L/100km)
Without that consumption figure no one can tell if it's really using a lot of fuel or not maybe what you are experiencing is normal.
Long story short...
I had a slow leak of coolant from the gasket behind the front engine housing. Over three days of work, it has become apparent that the engine will have to be removed to complete this job properly.
(Thanks to the designer who decided the housing cant come off without the sump...
Sorry, back again.
I fixed it seems my central locking with WD40. Seems to work ok.
Had a problem with drivers door window not working.
Took off arm rest. Removed screw that holds switch seat in place. Pulled out carefully the plastic jousing that has circuits and plastic moving parts.
My mechanic and I have been taking the front engine cover off to repair a coolant leak, and have stuck disaster.
We carefully removed the harmonic balancer nut (the 41mm one), to discover the threads of the nut and spindle are corroded And damaged. No way to get the nut (or a new nut) back on...
Hey there, reaching out to the experts.
I'm a young fella who jumped in a D22 Nav for my first car and now i'm looking at moving into a GU Patrol. I'm sure this has been said a million times on here but I couldn't see it. I will be going for a 3.0lt so I'm chasing the years and series that did...
Hello guys, I am looking at buying a patrol, I am finding a few 2005 series 4 with a series 3 di engine cover, did nissan just do a Body upgrade and left the engine the same for the 2005/2006 year? Thank you so much!!! 🤙