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Old 06-20-2020, 12:13 PM
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Default I Need A Repair/Rebuild Manual

It sounds like I am going to have to dig into the transfer case in Josh's 94 Pathfinder. I would very much like to get my hands on a manual rather than going in blind. Thus far I have struck out on any source for one. It is a TX10 knowing shaft endplay specs and whatnot would be real nice. Rather than by guess and by God. I tried the ATSG website and some other places and came up empty. Ideas???
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Old 06-20-2020, 12:32 PM
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Woo Hoo I got it NICO club has manuals on it's site again. It used to be my go to for Nissan Info. But, they pulled their online factory manuals because Nissan sent them a cease and desist letter. Evidently they kissed and made up because the manuals are back.
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Old 06-20-2020, 12:48 PM
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Good deal, glad you got fixed up!
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Old 06-26-2020, 10:41 PM
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Default A logical conclusion "NOT"

I love my son I love my son I love my son. A little digging revealed it was not the T-Case. It's the tranny followed by a "Facepalm" He has been changing the oil Religiously checked the diffs Etc. Did you ever check tranny lube. Nope way way low starved the bearings on the top shaft for sure. Solution go "Retro" and buy a 1986 300ZX Turbo z-car. The little shit has dad half hooked on some counts low low mileage for the year under 120,000. It's becoming a collector car sort of of like Vettes and Buick Grand Nationals. But, I have to roll my eyes and spank him.
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Default So we have been digging into the Pathy Trans

It's been quite the adventure pretty much what I figured. Rear bearing on the top main shaft is toast. First Japanese Transmission I have stuck my nose in. Very different from American Truck Transmissions. But, not in a bad way. It is a modular design. The rear main shaft bearing is fed lube by a gutter system for lack of a better term from the front section of the trans. Once the lube got low enough the gutter ran dry. Josh got lucky we will have ton of labor hours (Mostly because we are doing weekends and have to drag shit in and out). But, little cash outlay for parts. Ballpark probably $200 So, here are pics to better explain the Modular concept
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