Nissan Patrol 1998 to 2009 Vehicle Repair Manual

Nissan Patrol 1998 to 2009 Vehicle Repair Manual
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Format: Paperback / softback, 526 Pages
ISBN: 9781876720155
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Nissan Patrol 1998 to 2009, Diesel and Petrol/Gasoline Engines including Turbo with World Wide Spec’s. This manual has over 500 pages. It has step by step instructions in every chapter. Covering both model produced the Station Wagons and tray models.  Engine chapters  - The book covers all diesel engines, RD28, TD42 and ZD30 including the common rail engine, turbocharged engines are covered. All petrol/gasoline engines, TB42, TB45 and TB48, the TB42 was an option in some countries in the first few years of production.  Chapters are full of step by step instructions, plus plenty of photographs and line illustrations to give the reader explicit detail, suitable for everyone, regardless of whether you require minor engine work or a major rebuild.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 526 Pages
ISBN: 9781876720155
Illustrations: 1091 b-w ill
Size: 8 in x 11 in x 1.125 in / 203.2 mm x 279.4 mm x 28.575 mm
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