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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby AT.Patrol4.2D » 09 Dec 2016 13:26

Moet darem net erken, hierdie OU Madam het geklim soos n berg bobbejaan op steroids, elke keer wat ek haar uitvat op n trip is dit asof sy haar heel beste probeer om my geheel en al te impress.

Maar, die aircan blaas so flou, meer soos n ligte sondag oggend see briese as n Vrydagaand wanneer jy wil braai tornado sterkte wind. Strip toe maar die hele besigheid en daai arme evaporator sit met 25jaar se stof en grime op hom, dit lyk soos n mengsel van stroop en teer, en met alle eerlikheid, ek het my jis afgesukkel om hom skoon te kry en omtrent geen verskil gemaak nie, behalwe dat die aircon nou soos n chemiese fabriek ruik. Gaan maar daai evap moet vervang, ai.

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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby David M » 09 Dec 2016 13:32

And I thought mine needed a clean. I am afraid replacement is the only option on that one.
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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby Tinus lotz » 10 Dec 2016 06:49

Krisis..... :surprised: :surprised:
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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby offroadbiker » 12 Dec 2016 06:53

Yo - daai lyk rof!!!!!!!!!
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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby AT.Patrol4.2D » 12 Jan 2017 07:56

More Mede Patrollers

Die alternator het besluit om op te hou werk, autolek se die pc board binne het die gees gegee, waar kry ek n nuwe alternator want obviously kan hy nie reg gemaak word nie.

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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby ricster » 12 Jan 2017 09:14

Hmmmm, I had the same thing happen to me over December. I took the kids on a 3 day fishing trip to the Vaal Dam, with trailer hooked up. The Iron Maiden cruised perfectly there and felt no difference in power. However when I got home, there was a squeak coming from what I thought was the belts, so having not changed them for a few years, I bought new belts, and proceeded to swap them out only to notice that the Alternator shaft was very wobbly. Turns out the rear bearing collapsed and disintegrated into quite a few pieces !!

You probably have the original Hitachi Alternator. These are difficult alternators to work on, due the regulator being inside the casing, where as the Bosch style alternators have the regulator accessible from the outside. There are 2 routes you can take. The original Hitachi is probably a 60amp which is fine for our non electronic TD42's, but due to me having a duel battery and a whole load of extras like 2 x 130 watt spotlights, fairly powerful sound system etc etc, I wanted something that kicks out a little more amps than the 60 watt original and to be easy to repair if in the middle of nowhere. I carry a spare regulator with me ( cheap and lighter than carrying a spare alternator ).

You can get higher amp Hitachi alternators from companies like Probe ( http://probegroup.co.za/ ) or you can get a Bosch alternator or even something like Chuck or Arries fitted ( Delco ). As long as its the ( J180 - I think its referenced like that ).

Your Hitachi can be serviced but apparently from what I hear the guys don't like to work on these cause its a bliksem to get to the regulator inside the unit.

It all comes down to what you want out of the alternator..... remember you can never have too much power.... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby Peter Connan » 12 Jan 2017 09:31

Stem saam met Cedric. Upgrade. Na een van die nuwe ongwerpe waarvan die hele elektronise module maklik vervang kan word. So 'n module en twee bearings vat baie minder plek op as 'n spaar alternator.
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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby Tinus lotz » 12 Jan 2017 09:35

Guys remember im the GQ the vacuum pump is on the back of that alternator. .... :oldtimer: :oldtimer: Do you get similar ones aftermaket ? Or what do you do ?
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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby Peter Connan » 12 Jan 2017 12:24

:doh:
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Re: The Rebuild 1991 Nissan Patrol

Postby AT.Patrol4.2D » 13 Jan 2017 07:49

Ok, maybe a good exercise, let me go to Diesel Electric sometime today and see what other options we have.

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