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Old 12-03-2017, 03:56 AM   #21
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as a retired GM mechanic of 40 yrs.i drive Nissans .,when i started at the GM dealer in 78 i had a 69 Datson with a 283-powerglide. in early 80s they got a Diesal Datson on trade. i bought that .in the next 40 yrs i bought about 15 more from them. never a Chev.till a 99 in 2006. have bought and sold a dozen or so D21s. there great to work on. Dont reply on dealer to fix your Nissan..learn to do it yourself.
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Old 12-03-2017, 06:56 AM   #22
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If it's running really rich you might want to make sure the valve that richens the mixture when cold isn't stuck. I disconnected that thing on mine (I live in the south anyway) because it was making mine run rich. It doesn't like cranking when it's below 45F or so without it, but once it's warm it's happy as a lark.

Check the "hot air pickup control" thing in this thread.
http://www.nissanpathfinders.net/for...ing-loctaions/
The hot air tube stuff doesn't do squat. Might help you warm up a little quicker but that's it. Been running without mine for years and in sub zero temps.
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