I got very unlucky, but it was my own
fault. I traded for a '93 pathfinder
and did not have the timing belt
changed immediately after purchasing
it. It does have a belt and not a
chain! The vehicle had 150K when I got
it. It had the orginal timing belt
that broke after I had only owned it
for about a month. Be sure to have the
timing belt changed. I had to replace
a motor. $2500!!!
Fun to knock around in. It is a good
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