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Old 18-11-2019, 20:11   #46
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This weekend went with my kids to the first snow this winter here in Portugal.

Nice landscape:


A little bit of towing:


Some rest:


And a deserved refuelling:



It was a nice day!!
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Old 18-11-2019, 20:25   #47
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Finally, some questions:

1st: I don't have water in the front windshield. I don't hear the motor working. Where to start searching?

2nd: My turbo is starting to go. White smoke. What is the turbo that i have?
The part number is 144117F400, maybe a Garret TB25, but what version?
And the main question, what is the best replacement? Same? Bigger? Any sugestions?

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Old 18-11-2019, 20:35   #48
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Washer bottle is under the OSF wing, pump can be changed without taking the wing off but difficult to say the least, what makes you think your turbo is going? to test it you need a pressure gauge teed into the waste gate pipe, Rick
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Old 18-11-2019, 20:45   #49
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Sorry canít help you with Turbo but assuming your washer pump is like mine, itís the same pump for the rear washer too. Itís a uk seller but at least youíll know which pump. As Rick says you can change it without removing wing but itís easier to remove front section of plastic wing protector.

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Forgot to say your lunch looks gorgeous
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Old 22-11-2019, 11:29   #51
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Washer bottle is under the OSF wing, pump can be changed without taking the wing off but difficult to say the least, what makes you think your turbo is going? to test it you need a pressure gauge teed into the waste gate pipe, Rick

Thanks for the input.
I already removed the plastic below the front wing but only reached what seams to be a level sensor. No hoses attached.

The turbo is making white smoke under acceleration, but more when i lift the throttle.
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Old 22-11-2019, 11:30   #52
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Sorry canít help you with Turbo but assuming your washer pump is like mine, itís the same pump for the rear washer too. Itís a uk seller but at least youíll know which pump. As Rick says you can change it without removing wing but itís easier to remove front section of plastic wing protector.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nissan-Te...df6e2f82f6c367
Thanks for the tip about the motor.
No problem beeing in UK, until the brexit, no problems!

And yes, the lunch was very good.
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Old 22-11-2019, 13:04   #53
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White smoke on these beasts is nearly always fuel starvation from my experience.

I'd be checking, Fuel Filer, Fuel Inlet Banjo Bolt Gauze Filter, Fuel Lines, Swirl Chamber and Pickup Pipes in that order
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Old 13-12-2019, 12:53   #54
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White smoke on these beasts is nearly always fuel starvation from my experience.

I'd be checking, Fuel Filer, Fuel Inlet Banjo Bolt Gauze Filter, Fuel Lines, Swirl Chamber and Pickup Pipes in that order
Ok, Fuel Filter was replaced and there is no Fuel Inlet Banjo (small filter on the fuel pump).

I will also check the Fuel Injectors.
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Old 16-05-2020, 08:29   #55
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Hello.

Hope everyone is ok and not affected by Covid19.
Here, for now, it's all good.

In the last 3 months the Maverick only went offroading 1 time with his friends!

We are build a little shuttle company with all the LWB Mavericks... 3 for now.
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Old 16-05-2020, 08:30   #56
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But in the last 3 months i was able to finally replace my washer fluid pump.

Nice job to replace a £10 part...





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Old 16-05-2020, 08:41   #57
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Now for the hard part, in wish i need some help.


The engine continues to "sputter" in this sequence:
1. Neutral
2. Full throttle
3. Release throttle
4. Back on the throttle (here he sputter, white smoke and them he goes)

I left the car in a shop that deal with diesel engines (well, now i'm not so sure about their knowledge).

At this moment he checked the engine compression, all cylinders are good, around 23 bar each.
Then he check the injectors, all of them were working around 100 bar.
He said it's low and tune them to work at 125bar (is this right???).

The problem is the lead injector (the one with a wire), he say'd that he doesn't know if he can tune that injector, he doesn't know if can affect the "reads" that the injector sends to the pump.


How can we test to see if the electronic part of the injector is working?


Any info about this subject would be appreciated!

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Around 120 bar is OK it is not the cracking pressure that is most important it is the spray pattern, I do not know of a way to test the No 1 injector but if you have no fault code relating to it then it must be working OK and it can be adjusted same as the others, have you checked the MAF it is the first place I would go, Rick
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Old 16-05-2020, 16:35   #59
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Around 120 bar is OK it is not the cracking pressure that is most important it is the spray pattern, I do not know of a way to test the No 1 injector but if you have no fault code relating to it then it must be working OK and it can be adjusted same as the others, have you checked the MAF it is the first place I would go, Rick
Thanks for the input.
How can i check the MAF? Any test?

I already cleaned it several months ago, but felt no difference.

If the ECU as any errors should it blink some light? Nothing on in the dashboard.

Thanks.
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Old 16-05-2020, 23:32   #60
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Disconnect it and go for a drive, what do you get, Rick
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