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Re: Idling RPM for GQ 4.2 Petrol carburattor

Hello Jules

That is a workshop manual. I can't remember the publisher, but it is a branch of Haynes. I found it at Motorbooks.

Cheers
Peter
by Peter Connan
07 Oct 2010 15:01
 
Forum: 09. Engines
Topic: Idling RPM for GQ 4.2 Petrol carburattor
Replies: 8
Views: 743

Re: Idling RPM for GQ 4.2 Petrol carburattor

Hello Jules

My manual sais 600-650 RPM. This is with A/C off and vacuum advance unplugged. If it had an auto box, it should be in Drive and 50rpm faster.

So it sounds like it is spot on.

Cheers
by Peter Connan
07 Oct 2010 14:04
 
Forum: 09. Engines
Topic: Idling RPM for GQ 4.2 Petrol carburattor
Replies: 8
Views: 743

Re: How to kill a 4.2 turbo engine

Hey Frans

Better get a Nissan badge or something on that motor quickly, before it starts leaking oil all over your garage floor. :rolling:

Voorspoed, wish I could help.
by Peter Connan
06 Oct 2010 17:12
 
Forum: 09. Engines
Topic: How to kill a 4.2 turbo engine
Replies: 43
Views: 2209

Re: Clueless and in need of Technical Advice.

Hello Margo

Do you know what make the clutch kit is? I have never needed to replace the clutch on my Patrol yet. Only on other cars. But that price seems reasonable to me.

Tinus? Kan jy help of sal Anandi jou moer?
by Peter Connan
06 Oct 2010 15:01
 
Forum: 15. Other Patrol Stuff
Topic: Clueless and in need of Technical Advice.
Replies: 44
Views: 2559

Re: Transfer Case Skidplate

Hello Ladies and Gents I am rather surprised at the interest, thanks. Unfortunately, one of the potential purchasers is in a bit of a hurry, so I would like to get this ball rolling. Therefore I would like to order on Friday. Anybody who has paid a deposit of at least R300 into my account (Standard ...
by Peter Connan
06 Oct 2010 11:33
 
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: Transfer Case Skidplate
Replies: 76
Views: 4717

Re: Clueless and in need of Technical Advice.

Hello Margo With regard to the clutch judder, I am assuming that it occurs while you are still releasing the clutch and dissappears when the clutch is completely released? It should also occur if you slip the clutch in any gear. If it occurs in first gear with clutch fully released, it may be your r...
by Peter Connan
06 Oct 2010 11:05
 
Forum: 15. Other Patrol Stuff
Topic: Clueless and in need of Technical Advice.
Replies: 44
Views: 2559

Re: YOUR PATROL

Hello Gentlemen

Dolf my car and yours are vrtually identical. Mine is ADNC3500000Y21028. Wonder if they came here by the same route? I have been told that these are Aussy numbers, but am not sure.

Mine is a 1996 (Y60) 4.2SGL 5-door station wagon with standard roof.
by Peter Connan
05 Oct 2010 13:41
 
Forum: 07. Reference Library
Topic: YOUR PATROL
Replies: 26
Views: 4145

Re: Transfer Case Skidplate

Hello Jules EK is OK op ysters, maar hierdie rekenaar ding is hoer graad werk vir my. :think: Hier is 'n link, my prentjie is heel onder: http://patrol4x4.co.za/viewtopic.php?f=53&t=1067, hoop dit help? If the guys in the colonies are interested, but are worried about the transport costs, I am q...
by Peter Connan
05 Oct 2010 07:46
 
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: Transfer Case Skidplate
Replies: 76
Views: 4717

Re: Transfer Case Skidplate

sharp Izak
Maar ek is 'n dunliginasemer, from Kempies in the smog-rich, gangster-enabled and scenery-deprived province, so you don't have to drive so far. :thumbup:
by Peter Connan
04 Oct 2010 11:47
 
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: Transfer Case Skidplate
Replies: 76
Views: 4717

Transfer Case Skidplate

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen Due to the relatively long wheelbase of the Patrol, the first component that usually toughes rock that is at all vulnerable is the transfer case and hanbrake drum, or the running boards. I have designed a transfer case skid plate which fits both the Y60 (GQ) and the Y61 (G...
by Peter Connan
04 Oct 2010 08:26
 
Forum: 18. Vehicle Accessories
Topic: Transfer Case Skidplate
Replies: 76
Views: 4717
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