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Got a slight coolant leak under the intake manifold. Fortunately I was smart this time around and used distilled water. This isn't a new development. Removing the Manifold to find and repair the leak has been on my list of things to do for a few months now. The real problem is locating the OEM hoses and piping that plug into it. I've searched the Nissan Parts diagrams on a few sites, but have yet to spot them. Anyone know what section they're located under?
 

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Got a slight coolant leak under the intake manifold. Fortunately I was smart this time around and used distilled water. This isn't a new development. Removing the Manifold to find and repair the leak has been on my list of things to do for a few months now. The real problem is locating the OEM hoses and piping that plug into it. I've searched the Nissan Parts diagrams on a few sites, but have yet to spot them. Anyone know what section they're located under?
I'm guessing that if 1 is bad all need replacing... Offroad Gorrilla has sets for both 1st & 2nd gen silicone hoses...
 

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I'm guessing that if 1 is bad all need replacing...

More than likely. Just about every hose and pipe in the engine compartment is in rough shape. I have electrical tape holding several of them together. Not sure why though. You look under the hood of my beat up 95 Pathfinder and everything still looks brand new.
 

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Thanks for the link to Offroad Gorilla! I wish I new about the 1st gen hose kits before I replaced all my hoses a year ago!
 
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