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1997 Nissan Pathfinder Consumer Discussions

1997 Nissan Pathfinder
I am having a problem with installing a new radio into my pathfinder. My turn signals were working before but once we put in the new radio the run signals stopped working. We checked the bulbs and the...

Hmmm....that photo you showed for that post looks like a Pathfinder filter, sophie, even though your answer is correct. (and thanks for answering!) Your photo shows a filter underneath the car, not o...

1997 Pathfinder. I noticed while driving on the beach that I hear a clicking noise while turning left. This only happens when the 4WD is on. Does that sound like CV Axle? If so does anyone know how di...

1997 pathfinder hatch latch is broke. The glass will come open but the hatch will only come to the first catch and will not open fully. Any ideas as how to get the latch undone to replace the latch....

there is a recall on that strut and they must by law of the national safety counsel fix it , I checked under my fender wells and on top at the strut I'm lucky they Are like new on a 2003 pathfinder,...

I still have my 1997 Pathfinder with 120,000 miles! In 2006 we wanted to trade up for a new Pathfinder and decided instead on a Murano after the test drive. The CVT transmission was super smooth an...

I had been a good Nissan customer. I have had five new Nissans in 1975 (B210 wagon) , 1978 (pickup) , 1981 (king-cab 4x4 pickup) , 1997 (bought a low mileage Pathfinder that was serviced at same dea...

My daughter had leased the 2004 Pathfinder because...

I'll be looking to pick up a 2005 or 2006 Pathfinder used in 2007 or 2008 when my 1997 Pathy hits 150,000 miles....

I just bought pathfinder. I paid approximately $27,500 plus ttl. this price includes a trade of my 1997 Suburban SLT 4WD. The trade offer was $6000. Now you can check edmonds trade value on a 1997...

I just joined up on this site yesterday. You can call me Owald (pronounced "owe-walled"). I own a green 4WD 1997 Nissan Pathfinder SE. It's my first automobile and it's still kicking. I'...

(actually $1500 and $500 for my trade-in 1997 Pathfinder LE). I came up with a figure around $250 a month. The dealer would not budge off $290. Am I nuts or does that seem a bit high to anyone else? ...

Lastly - I own a 1997 Pathfinder which beyond an exhaust system and two new front struts (the only real weakness) has performed incredibly for 80,000+ miles. The quality is really there and I can't s...

Nissan has never been exceptional in heating. My sister had a Nissan from the late 80's that was slow to heat. My 1997 Pathfinder barely provides enough heat at max when below 0 F. It's tolerable, ...

(actually $1500 and $500 for my trade-in 1997 Pathfinder LE). I came up with a figure around $250 a month. The dealer would not budge off $290. Am I nuts or does that seem a bit high to anyone els...
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