A complete Repair Procedure for the Nissan VG33E V6 Engine Air Intake System. HOW TO FIX OIL LEAKS. We take a look at whats evolve in Replacing the Gaskets to seal Joints for the Nissan Frontier,Pathfinder,Xterra V6 Engine valve rocker cover. Here you will see how to dis-assemble the upper engine parts to gain access to remove the cylinder head rocker arm oil cover. It is very important that all oil leaks is leak-free or non leaking. If oil is to continuiously to display it self on the engine exhaust manifold it will most likely promote fire and toxic fumes to enter the passenger compartment causing the lost of control of vehicle. Oil leaks can also destroy and deteriorate wire harness, hoses and rubber mounts. Never drive a vehicle if it display oil leaks to the ground. Proper oil level for operating engine is most important and this level will change during driving with a oil leak.
The Video Application May remain the same has for the listed models and year Below.
1996–2000 Nissan Pathfinder
1996–2004 Nissan Pathfinder In Australian Models
1997–2000 Infiniti QX4
1999–2004 Nissan Frontier
2000–2004 Nissan Xterra
1997–2002 Nissan Elgrand
1999–2002 Nissan Quest/Mercury Villager
200?–200? Nissan Paladin
Some Application and Procedure may remain the same for the Nissan VG33ER(Supercharge) and VG33ET(Turbo-Charge) Engine.
Post time: May-07-2018