Nissan terrano 2 snorkel

Submitted: Thursday, Feb 04, 2021 at 09:20
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Good day everyone

I have purchased a Nissan terrano 2 and has been at me a year. during this past year i have done some basic TLC for the car getting back into good working order.

Now though I would like to start upgrading it a bit. first thing is adding a snorkel and changing the radio.

was wondering if anyone out there has run into some problems or has some helpful tips to avoid doing.

that would be greatly appreciated


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Reply By: Hoyks - Friday, Feb 05, 2021 at 21:31

Friday, Feb 05, 2021 at 21:31
I had one years ago, good car, probably my favorite, but they would be getting a bit long in the tooth now.

Radio swap out was straight forward enough, it was just a standard single DIN model. Once you get the centre dash facia off there are just a couple of screws holding the radio in. A pocket full of in line crimps and a good set of pliers and it isn't a hard job.

Snorkel: no idea, there wasn't one available in Aus when I had mine. I looked at a couple but they didn't sit right and I'm not a fan of the stainless pipes.
Had it for 10 years and took it bush a lot, but didn't really need one though. I was mainly looking at a snorkel to get a bit more life from the air filters.

Don't be tempted to fit an oiled foam or K&N filter though, any oil blowing through them will get on the air flow sensor and stuff it up. An air filter was around the $50 mark, a flow sensor was $450 ($700+ from Ni$$an), so not really a good economic decision that.
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Follow Up By: Luke M12 - Saturday, Feb 06, 2021 at 21:56

Saturday, Feb 06, 2021 at 21:56
thanks alot for the advice
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