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Old 06-14-2015, 01:18 AM   #11
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I would pic up the part Ronnie posted and replace what ever you have now. That may bring up other problems but than we can go from there to fix what is wrong.

Any word on your over heating issue?
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Yesterday I replaced the thermostat, water pump, hoses, fan clutch and radiator. Just need to fill the fluids and bleed the system, hopefully no more issue. Seems like every time it was overheating, I could add fluid to the radiator and open the bleeder valve and have all kinds of air bubbles coming out
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Old 06-14-2015, 12:49 PM   #13
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I read in another post that someone was having the same issue from a cracked bypass tube to the throttle body- anyone have a picture of that hose? Most of my vacuum lines are old and dry rotted too, just waiting for new ones to arrive in the mail
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Old 06-14-2015, 04:42 PM   #14
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When I first re-filled my radiator last weekend, after replacing the thermostat and flushing out the radiator, The temp went real high until the thermostat opened, than the coolant level dropped, I filled it, put the cap back on than took the bleeder screw out, once solid stream of coolant came out the air bleeder I put it back in.

Pain in the butt to get the screw back in with it so low next to everything, I dropped it a few times on the manifold and used a magnet tool I have to grab it. Most times I put the screw back in, I would putit in the socket and guide it so it was close to the hole with my finger, than let it go and it would make contact with the metal close enough to get it in the hole.

It's not bad when the engine is cold but once it gets hot, you don't want to put your fingers in that area !

Hope it runs cooler for you !!
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Old 06-14-2015, 04:43 PM   #15
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The bypass hose is a coolant hose not vacuum I believe
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Can anyone verify the part number "24021v5003" for the fusible link? I called Nissan and they told me without looking at it, he can't tell me which part I need
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Old 06-15-2015, 06:55 PM   #17
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send me your Vin number in a PM I can verify the part or give you the correct part.


The dealer should be able to tell you the part number if you give them the Vin number, which they should ask you for anyway.
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Check for codes and got 12 and 14
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Old 06-29-2015, 10:26 PM   #19
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Can someone post a picture of their fusible links for me? I must be missing a piece to connect them to the battery. I bought brand new ones; part numbers
24022-84M60
24022-01G00
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It's posted on the first page
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