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I have just turned 83K miles on my pathfinder. How many miles do you all have? Anyone cross the 100K mile threshold with a new gen. pathfinder? Having this many miles on an 05, I seem to be blazing the trail for issues and problems. I bought mine new in 05 and had issues with it, nothing major yet. But it seems that the dealer doesn't see any issues but it seems that the bulletins come out after I had the problem fixed. Now I don't have a warranty and hopefully the kinks are worked out.
I don't have any issues with the motor. It's a beast. Change oil every 3500-4000 miles. No leaks, doesn't use a drip. I haven't been happy with the facory tires. I just put on my third set of tires. I pull a popup camper and did change the trans., diff fluids at 62K. Make sure you get the nissan automatic fluid. It is expensive but do it right. I hear horror stories of those that do not use it for Nissan vehicles. I hope to keep this vehicle for a while.
 

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54k and change. Just change the oil last night and noticed a leak from the transmission cooler lines that run next the the oil filter. Other than that it's running fine. So it looks like a little replacement of the lines and fluid are due in the near future.
 

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97,500 see other post for issues, but I love the truck. Great engine!
 

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I actually have ~175k on my 05 Pathfinder. Other than maintenance I've had one part that messed up on me while getting it serviced (trans flush, oil change, fuel injector cleaned). That part was 200+ and no one knew the name of it. It's on the left side and circulates the Antifreeze in and out of the heater core. Other than that been pleased with it. O yeah i know need new strutts and shocks. So be ready for that. Nissan wants about 900 to do it all and i can get the parts for about 350 online at a parts store, do the labor and then get the wheels aligned. Thus saving me approx 500.

Shawn
05 Pathfinder - Woodland Bronze sittin on 22s
 

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miles...

'95 SE now has 220K and still going....

rebuilt trans @ 168K -- the stock radiator/trans cooler was mostly clogged and let the trans cook itself... replaced with best aftermarket radiator/trans cooler + external trans cooler I could get. recommend a new radiator at 150K just to be safe - at least have the radiator/trans cooler flow tested.

Steve
 
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