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Re: 1996 Patrol 4.2 SGL parts availability

Welcome here.....firstly go to a nother nissan gq y60 is stil around you can get spares for a lot of its stuff . Dawid volskenk buys and strips them in warmbaths and a lot of aftermaket stuff on patrol a part and e bay :thumbup:
by Tinus lotz
20 Jul 2016 18:25
 
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Re: 1996 Patrol 4.2 SGL parts availability

Welcome

Like for real classic cars, there is a "network", where most anything can be sourced.

However, it sounds t me as if there is too much wrong here to justify the asking price of R70k. Rust around the roof gutters is a hell of a job to fix! Just ask Andre Thuinsma.
by Peter Connan
20 Jul 2016 19:41
 
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Re: 1996 Patrol 4.2 SGL parts availability

Look at upload attachment go select your pic and then place in line and summit
by Tinus lotz
21 Jul 2016 18:01
 
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Re: 1996 Patrol 4.2 SGL parts availability

Speak to dawid volskenk he has pleanty spares :thumbup:
by Tinus lotz
25 Jul 2016 14:42
 
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Re: Ball joints replace or service?

Hey Donnie

If you're struggling to find bits and pieces, drop Marinus (Marino4x4) an email on sales@terrainparts.co.za
He imports Terrain Tamer parts from Oz.
See what the pricing compares to local parts.
by Dustin
22 Sep 2016 09:13
 
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Re: Diesel leak

Does it only leak when the engine is running?
Check the clamps on the fuel pipes. Follow the fuel line from the tank to the engine.
I've had a clamp that damaged the pipe and leaked at that point, but only while the engine was running. I.e. while there was pressure from the pump towards the engine.
by Alex Roux
23 Sep 2016 14:18
 
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Re: Diesel leak

Can you put a few pics up from different angles of the motor?

If the motor runs and drives with the same amount of power and is as smooth as a TD42 motor can be, then I'm thinking that it will be a return line from the injectors back to the tank. I say this assuming it is quite a serious leak which if on the inlet side of things, will reduce the diesel pressure going into the injector pump and or injectors. I doubt very much that it is a leak from the injector pump to the injectors as that is under a much higher pressure, but stranger things have happened.

Like Alex said, get under the motor and follow the fuel lines from the tank to the filter and then to the IP. Also check from the spill rail ( the small metal tube thingy that connects all 6 injectors together ) as this sends the unused diesel back to the fuel tank. There is also a small rubber hose if I recall that connects the spill rail to the return pipe to the IP ( which will via the IP send the unused diesel back to the tank ). Age and heat could have degraded that piece of pipe causing a leak. This small pipe is a little tricky to see, as it fits in between the intake manifold ( between no 3 and no 4 cylinders if I recall ) and connects to the top near the back of the injector pump

This is the pipe I'm talking about....

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And this is where it fits onto the IP.....

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by ricster
28 Sep 2016 09:06
 
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Re: Diesel leak

Try Mario 082 928 3210 - Hi is the "Frans" for the Isuzu guys in your valley, but I know he also works on other vehicles. Really good guy
by offroadbiker
24 Nov 2016 06:39
 
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Re: Urgently looking for a throttle shaft

Ok send me a pic of your pump know of a couple that needs new homes :salute:
by Tinus lotz
06 Dec 2016 16:39
 
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