Nissan Patrol GU Petrol and four-stroke diesel 1998 - 2014 (Petrol to 2012) Haynes Owners Service and Repair Manual Other Nissan Patrol Repair Manuals click here Get the Gregorys GU Nissan Patrol Repair Manual click here NEW paperback Nissan Patrol Y61 / GU Petrol four-stroke diesel (Petrol to 2012) 1998 - 2014 Haynes Owners Service Repair Manual covers the Nissan Patrol (Australian models) from 1998 to 2011 (Petrol to 2012) including Y61 GU GU II and GU III series in DX and ST variants.* Does not cover Y62 SeriesPetrol motors (Petrol to 2012) Covered:* 4.5 liter (4479 cubic centimetre ) "TB45E" OHV 6 piston* 4.8 liter (4759 cubic centimetre ) "TB48DE" DOHC 6 pistonfour-stroke diesel motors Covered:* 2.8 liter (2826 cubic centimetre ) RD28ETi Indirect Injection Turbocharged Intercooled OHC 6 piston* 3.0 liter (2953 cubic centimetre ) ZD30DDTi Direct Injection Turbocharged Intercooled DOHC 4 piston* 4.2 l
Nissan Patrol GQ 4WD Ford Maverick DA Haynes Petrol and Diesel Service and Repair Manual 1988-1997 Other Nissan Car Repair Manuals click here Other Nissan Patrol Repair Manuals click here NEW paperback 304 pages Nissan Patrol GQ Ford Maverick DA 1988 - 1997 Haynes Owners Service Repair Manual covers: Nissan Patrol GQ and Ford Maverick DA models from 1988 to 1997 fitted with petrol and diesel motors. Does NOT cover UK Ford Maverick or Nissan Terrano. motors Covered: ● 4.2 liter petrol motor both carburettor and Electronic Fuel Injection ● 3.0 -liter petrol motor both carburettor and Electronic Fuel Injection ● 4.2 liter diesel motor Inside this manual you will find: scheduled upkeep routine engine tuning motor repa
Other Nissan Patrol Workshop Repair Manuals click here Australian Nissan Patrol GQ (Y60) Ford Maverick DA 1988 - 1997 Owners Service Repair Manualcovers Nissan Patrol and Ford Maverick wagons hardtops utilities and cab chassis produced from 1988 to 1997 and fitted with 4.2-litre four-stroke diesel and 2.8-litre turbo-four-stroke diesel engines. Covers Patrol models: GLi DX RX ST Ti and Maverick models: XL. Engines Covered: ● TD42 4.2 litre (4169 cubic centimetre ) four-stroke diesel ● RD28T 2.8 litre (2826 cubic centimetre ) Turbo-four-stroke diesel gearboxs described: ● FS5R50A 5 Speed manual (4.2-litre) ● FS5R30A 5 Speed manual (2.8-litre) ● RE4R03A 4 Speed automatic Contents: ● Introduction ● Vehicle Identification General Specifications ● General Information ● Lubrication Maintenance ● Wheels Tyres ● Roadside Trouble Shooting ● Engine ● Cooling Heating Systems ● Fuel System ● Emission Control ● friction clutch ● Manual gearbox ● Transfer Case ● Propeller Shafts ● Aut
Other Nissan Car Repair Manuals click here Other Nissan Patrol Repair Manuals click here NEW paperback 526 pages Nissan Patrol MQ four-stroke diesel 6 Cylinder 4WD 1980 - 1987 Gregorys Owners Service Repair Manual Covers the MQ Series Patrol Wagon Hardtop Ute and Cab Chassis motors Covered: ● 3.3 liter four-stroke diesel SD33 ● 3.3 liter Turbo-four-stroke diesel SD33T Contents: ● Introduction ● Lubrication Maintenance ● Wheels rubber tyres ● motor ● Cooling System ● Fuel System ● friction clutch ● Manual gearbox Transfer Case Propeller Shaft Trouble Shooting ● Manual gearbox 4 5 gear ● Transfer Case T130A ● Transfer Case T100L ● Propeller Shafts ● Rear Axle ● Front Axle ● Rack and pinion ● Power Rack and pinion ● Front Suspension ● Rear Suspension ● Brakes ● wiring ● electrical schematics ● Body
Get other Ford repair manuals hereNissan Patrol Petrol Ford Maverick Petrol 4WD 1988 - 1997 Gregorys Owners Service Repair Manual covers Patrol DX RX ST and TI and Maverick XL and XLT in Wagon Hardtop Utility and Cab-Chassis with manual and Auto gearboxs.Nissan Patrol and Ford Maverick 3.0 liter and 4.2 liter petrol engined models.Covers everything you need to know step by step procedures hundreds of photographs and illustrations scheduled upkeep wiring diagrams repairs and overhauls and what tools to buy. Gregorys manuals are based on an actual vehicle disassembly and are researched and written by mechanics with vast experience.Gregorys workshop manuals are produced for the Australian market. These vehicle specifications may vary from those sold in other countries. Please be aware of these possible differences prior to using the data contained within.Published by Gregorys (Gregorys) Information on Repair and Service Manuals Note that repair manuals are norma
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Other Nissan Patrol Repair Manuals click here Get the Ellery GU Nissan Patrol Repair Manual click here NEW paperback Nissan Patrol GU Series four-stroke diesel 4WD 1998 - 2011 Gregorys Owners Service Repair Manual covers the fully-imported Nissan Patrol GU GU II and GU III series range of motor car This manual covers the station wagon and pick up models with DX and ST variants. four-stroke diesel motors Covered: * 2.8 litre (2826 cc) "RD28ETI" indirect-injection turbocharged intercooled OHC 6 Cylinder * 3.0 litre (2953 cc) "ZD30DDTi" direct-injection turbocharged intercooled Dual Overhead Cam four cylinderinder * 4.2 litre (4169 cc) "TD42" normally-aspirated OHV 6 cylinder * 4.2 litre (4169 cc) "TD42T" turbocharged OHV 6 cylinder * 4.2 litre (4169 cc) "TD42Ti" turbocharged intercooled OHV 6 cylinder Petrol motors Covered: * 4.5 litre "TB45E" * 4.8 litre "TB48DE" Manual gearboxs: * FS5R50B * FS5R30A * TX12A * RE4R03A Automatic gearbox Contents: * General Information * Routine Maintenance * Roadside Trouble Shooting * motor * Cooling System * motor Electrical * Fuel System * Emission Control * Clutch * Manual gear
Nissan Patrol 4WDs cars
Nissan Patrol 4WD is an off-road sport utility vehicle manufactured by the Japanese Nissan Motor Company. Coming as a four-wheel-drive automobile, Nissan Patrol combines the towing capacity of a pickup truck with the passenger-carrying space of a minivan.
Nissan Patrol’s history begins over 60 years ago, when the first 4W60 model was introduced in 1951. This was the year when Nissan Motor Company began to manufacture the first generation of Nissan Patrol SUVs, as 3-door compact SUVs, 2-door Pickups or fire trucks. 4WD60 model was powered by a 3.7L NAK engine, delivering a maximum of 75 horsepower. It came together with a part-time four-wheel drive and a four-speed manual transmission. Four years later, 4W61 version was released, introducing chrome strips on the board, unequal sized seats and one-piece windshield sitting further back when folded. This model was equipped with a 3.7L NB engine, developing 92 hp. However, it was also later powered by a 4.0L NC engine, producing 105 horsepower. 4W73 Series firstly appeared in 1959 with further modifications to the hood, grille and fenders and a Nissan P engine developing up to 145 hp.
The second generation – 60 series, started in 1959 and was produced until 1980. Nissan Patrol 60 and G60 models first entered Australia’s automobile market in 1960, being able to be introduced on US market only two years later. Second generation models ranged between mid-size off road vehicles and pickups, but they all presented four-wheel drive traction and front engines. The 4Wd Nissan Patrol 60 had a three and later four-speed manual transmission and was powered by a 4.0L inline overhead-valve six-cylinder P engine. It came as a 3-door soft top / hard top wagon, with short, medium or long wheel-base.
In 1980 was unveiled the Nissan Patrol’s third generation. The MQ patrol, or 160 series, was equipped with L28, P40 or SD33 engines, with capacities ranging from 2.8L up to 3.3L, and a four-speed manual transmission or a three-speed 3N71 automatic transmission. The redesigned MQ model reached the market in 1983, with upgraded front suspensions, revised front end with rectangular headlights and a new five-speed gearbox. 260 series was first introduced in 1986, being available in both short/long wheel base versions, and equipped with L28, SD33 or RD28T engines.
The fourth generation was born after seven years, in 1987, and brought the full-size 4x4 Y60 model with a coil sprung suspensions, a five-link setup rear-axle and rear disc brakes.
Ten years after the introduction of the fourth generations, the fifth generation was released, delivering the full-size Y61 SUV, powered by 4.5L or 4.5L petrol engines or by 2.8L, 3.0L, and 4.2L turbo diesel engines. In 2004 a facelifted model reached the market, with new headlights, box flares on each guard and larger tail lights. It success was also due to its TB48DE engine, which could be easily modified and upgraded by specialized tuners. The highest known performance was achieved by a Y61 model equipped with a tuned engine, capable to develop up to 2000 horsepower, which was especially designed for sand hills challenges. Y61 model is produced in present too.
The sixth generation started its production in 2010, with the all-new Nissan Patrol, powered by a 5.6L VK56VD V8 engine. This model features electronic-locking rear differential, the DIG (gasoline direct injection) mechanism, lane-departure warning, automatic braking and stability control and hill start and hill descent controls. 2010 Nissan Patrol came with a variable 4x4 mode package, meaning that the SUV was able to be switched, with a simple button push, between four drive modes: on-road, rock, sand and snow.
The latest Nissan Patrol comes as an all-new seventh generation model powered by an innovative V8 engine producing a maximum of 400 horsepower, a new all-mode 4WD system, a radically improved design and an enhanced interior. Even if the new SUV is equipped with the most powerful engine in its class, it still boasts remarkable fuel efficiency. The new model presents a seven-speed automatic transmission and multiple additional systems, all increasing its performances.
For example, the “Hydraulic Body Motion Control System” was invented and developed by Nissan Motors and it is in fact a suspension system acting as both shock absorbers and stabilizer bars; it was developed in order to ensure that the SUV stays on the ground even if it’s off the beaten track. HBMC automatically activates himself in off-road conditions, when it senses that a wheel has dropped. It helps reduce body lean while turning for a more comfortable ride.
Further, the VVEL (Variable Valve Event and Lift) system consists of a rocker arm and two types of links which all open the intake-valves by transferring the rotational movement of a drive shaft with an eccentric cam to the output cam. This system was developed by Nissan and is an automobile variable valve timing with the purpose of continuous adjustment of the amount of the valve’s lift, during the intake valve event in the four-stroke cycle.
Another safety system is represented by the Patrol Forward Collision Warning system, preventing the car from being involved in a pileup collision, even when the vehicle’s involved is outside the driver’s field of vision. FWC is based on camera or even radar sensors monitoring the road ahead and provide object recognition and detection of relative speeds between the vehicle and other object in the road. This system is able to produce multiple particular warnings when the closing speed represents a risk of an impending collision. Therefore, the intelligent cruise control will also maintain a consistently safe following distance.
The future Nissan Patrol concepts unveil upgraded smart and edgy designs, futuristic aerodynamic styling, elevated crossover experience with engaging aerodynamic exterior, spacious and sophisticated interior and advanced HEV powertrain, and, of course, fuel-efficient hybrid-electric engines. The next Nissan Patrol 4WD SUV will be ready to come with a remarkable dynamic fluidity, roof’s floating design, large length glass panel and flowing D-pillar design. In addition, it will be equipped with an advanced instrument panel floating on a generous console, giving birth to a complete and exquisite infotainment system.