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    You laugh but that's how it is.... Or "what are you doing with it"

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    Literally me at the parts department of my dealer asking for a touch-up pen when I already have the color code in hand
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    Honestly your fuel efficiency degrades with the more km's you put on the vehicle. No Nissan specialized tech has the answer. If you already did all the basic maintenance, there is not much more they can do. I know Nissan is notorious for having stuck rear calipers. When was the last time you did maintenance on the brake system?

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    Citation Envoyé par Trupower Distribution Voir le message
    Honestly your fuel efficiency degrades with the more km's you put on the vehicle. No Nissan specialized tech has the answer. If you already did all the basic maintenance, there is not much more they can do. I know Nissan is notorious for having stuck rear calipers. When was the last time you did maintenance on the brake system?

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    This is how it will go down. Tech will plug scanner in look for codes. Monitor fuel trims/ up stream O2s etc, make sure the coolant temp sensor is reading correctly road test. Look for a tsb. Make sure the brakes aren't dragging. Say they found nothing and pay for 1-2 hours of diagnostic. Any fault though would light the CEL up. System too rich Bank 1-2 or cooling system performance. Something like that

    Garages are way too busy now to be chasing phantom problems they also aren't going to fire the parts canon at it. You have a big gas guzzler Nissan V6 in the city.. with the colder weather of course it got worse. Longer to warm up.. cooler denser air to calculate.

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    Citation Envoyé par gollum Voir le message
    Shitty fuel efficiency that's gone to shittier fuel efficiency.


    shitty fuel efficiency : the issue is called: Nissan Pathfinder
    shittier fuel efficiency: the issue is called: winter.

    could be a bad o2 sensor, but you would have a CEL. (same for any other fuel systeme erlated problem.)

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    Do you do short cold trips? Like I mentioned in the other thread with my automatic 2003 maxima vq35 engine i was doing 15liters of supreme gas for 100 km of purely city driving in winter. So 18-20 for a brick like a pathfinder in city in winter is nothing wrong
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    OP est-ce que tu consommes plus qu'un F-150 ?

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    Citation Envoyé par Trupower Distribution Voir le message
    Honestly your fuel efficiency degrades with the more km's you put on the vehicle. No Nissan specialized tech has the answer. If you already did all the basic maintenance, there is not much more they can do. I know Nissan is notorious for having stuck rear calipers. When was the last time you did maintenance on the brake system?

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    You're most likely right, I know it's a gas guzzler, was hoping there was an easy answer. I changed the rear discs/pads this past June, everything was fine until about September.

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    Citation Envoyé par gollum Voir le message
    You're most likely right, I know it's a gas guzzler, was hoping there was an easy answer. I changed the rear discs/pads this past June, everything was fine until about September.
    Did you grease your slider pins? That's what is most important. They caliper needs to move freely.

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    Citation Envoyé par maxpat82 Voir le message
    shitty fuel efficiency : the issue is called: Nissan Pathfinder
    pourtant, cette génération la de Pathfinder n'est pas dur sur le gaz ! Ma sœur en a un 2016 aussi et ca consomme 10-11L/100km, plus économique que son ancien Escape 2.5 FWD...



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    Citation Envoyé par Camry16 Voir le message
    pourtant, cette génération la de Pathfinder n'est pas dur sur le gaz ! Ma sœur en a un 2016 aussi et ca consomme 10-11L/100km, plus économique que son ancien Escape 2.5 FWD...



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    That is very good, considering that engine is not the most economical and the car weights ~4500lbs. I have done worse in Fits, Civics and Yarises.

    15-20l / 100km sounds more than ok to me.
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    c'est moi la tapette officielle de MR, et ces deux garces me vole la vedette.

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    Pis, c'est quoi ton trip de switcher du français pour l'anglais tout à coup? Un powertrip?
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    J'ai refuse de vendre mon Sidekick 4000$ a un gars du Nouveau Brunswick pour que le truck reste au Quebec et j'ai eu 3000$ pour donc -1000$. Not a single fuck given.

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    Citation Envoyé par Camry16 Voir le message
    pourtant, cette génération la de Pathfinder n'est pas dur sur le gaz ! Ma sœur en a un 2016 aussi et ca consomme 10-11L/100km, plus économique que son ancien Escape 2.5 FWD...



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    Elle fait beaucoup de highway?

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