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Old 10-11-2021, 10:22 PM   #23561
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Considering today's 'woke' culture, could we take it one farther and call it "What have you done for your Nissan-based vehicle today?" I don't feel included.


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Could of just said the Xterra identifies as a d21.
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Old 10-11-2021, 10:23 PM   #23562
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Old 10-12-2021, 02:53 AM   #23563
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What is it doing?
Sounds like a wounded banshee when you first turn the key on in the mornings.
Decided tonight after work to be a total ass and not crank without holding throttle wide open. Mechanic suspects a possible leaking injector, causing truck to flood. Hope not. I really don't want to do the carb conversion.
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Old 10-12-2021, 06:50 AM   #23564
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Sounds like a wounded banshee when you first turn the key on in the mornings.
So, that tells us nothing! What, starter? Fuel pump? "Sounds like"???? Come on...


If a leaky injector, which one?



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What he is saying is the aerodynamics of a D21 is a brick in the wind.
Probably at least as bad as a Jeep so worse than a cow.
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Old 10-12-2021, 04:42 PM   #23565
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It's an 86.5 so there is a 50/50 shot on which injector.
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I'm on board with the leaky injector theory. Easy enough to diagnose. Shut it off and take a look in the TB to see if one keeps dripping.
Could be pressure regulator letting fuel circulate back to tank to easily, but the "hold the pedal down" tells me it is getting too MUCH fuel.
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Received the new master cylinder today from RA and literally installed it in 5 minutes. Removed the OEM master cylinder in 5 minutes and bled the new master cylinder on the truck using Lucas DOT 3 brake fluid. Filled up the reservoir and now has zero air bubbles, after about 15 minutes of pressing the brake pedal to the floor. Nice clean fluid, clean piston housing and a clean and clear fluid reservoir. I removed the bleeder kit and installed the brake lines and tightened up the flare nuts(2 of them at 10mm each). I’ll bleed the brake lines next starting from the furthest wheel from the master cylinder, which is the RR, then the LR, the RF, and finally the closest line, which is the LF. But that will happen tomorrow, as my washing machine crapped out, and the laundry is stacking up! Ordered the water inlet valve that has a faulty thermistor(reads “open” when resistance is measured) and will get that part for the washer Friday.

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I finally drove it to work today. It's been sitting in the driveway for a few weeks while I flushed the coolant and did the '94 bumper swap.
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Received the new master cylinder today from RA and literally installed it in 5 minutes. Removed the OEM master cylinder in 5 minutes and bled the new master cylinder on the truck using Lucas DOT 3 brake fluid. Filled up the reservoir and now has zero air bubbles, after about 15 minutes of pressing the brake pedal to the floor. Nice clean fluid, clean piston housing and a clean and clear fluid reservoir. I removed the bleeder kit and installed the brake lines and tightened up the flare nuts(2 of them at 10mm each). I’ll bleed the brake lines next starting from the furthest wheel from the master cylinder, which is the RR, then the LR, the RF, and finally the closest line, which is the LF. But that will happen tomorrow, as my washing machine crapped out, and the laundry is stacking up! Ordered the water inlet valve that has a faulty thermistor(reads “open” when resistance is measured) and will get that part for the washer Friday.

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Received the new master cylinder today from RA and literally installed it in 5 minutes...
Removed the OEM master cylinder in 5 minutes
zero air bubbles, after about 15 minutes
I’ll bleed the brake lines next
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Old 10-14-2021, 09:55 PM   #23570
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Default What have you done to your d21 today?

Since the other thread got jacked, thought I would start a new one. Got new tires and washed her up.
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