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Old 25-08-2020, 21:10   #106
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Need an advice.

I have a friend with a 1992 Nissan Terrano (WD21) with the 2.7TD engine (without intercooler).

The gearbox is allways with problems.

What are the possible alternatives for the gearbox?
A gearbox from a earlier model would fit?

Thanks.
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Old 14-09-2020, 10:32   #107
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Need an advice.

I have a friend with a 1992 Nissan Terrano (WD21) with the 2.7TD engine (without intercooler).

The gearbox is allways with problems.

What are the possible alternatives for the gearbox?
A gearbox from a earlier model would fit?

Thanks.
Sorted. A gearbox from a 2.7TDi (125bhp) installed.
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Old 14-09-2020, 10:44   #108
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update.

e-locker > check
clutch > check
diff and gearbox oil > check

testing...


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Old 14-09-2020, 10:46   #109
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during the tests i lost all water in the cooling system.
i found one of the previous owner invention in the lower radiator hose...





reconnected the hose and filled the system again!

I have to buy a new hose, replace and fill the system with antifreeze.
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Old 14-09-2020, 10:47   #110
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during the tests i lost all water in the cooling system.
i found one of the previous owner invention in the lower radiator hose...





reconnected the hose and filled the system again!

I have to buy a new hose, replace and fill the system with antifreeze.[/QUOTE]

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Old 15-09-2020, 07:40   #111
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Looks like the fan has caused that damage to the hose.
Mine is close after doing the body lift but a bit of re positioning gives it clearance.
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Looks like the fan has caused that damage to the hose.
Mine is close after doing the body lift but a bit of re positioning gives it clearance.
It wasn't the fan but the air compressor, it's too close to the hose.


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When the new hose arrive, i will try to cut 1cm (0,5") from the tip, so the curve is closer to the radiador.
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It wasn't the fan but the air compressor, it's too close to the hose.


That is close,mines got a good 20 mm between the pully and hose.
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That is CLOSE, has anything moved? is the rad in the right place? has it been modified in any way? Rick
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Old 16-09-2020, 10:15   #116
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That is CLOSE, has anything moved? is the rad in the right place? has it been modified in any way? Rick
Not to my knowledge but when the new hose arrives i will check.

It's doesn't seems to be off, even the AC radiator seems to be in the right place.
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