Ok, thanks for the tip! Yeah, I tried using some needle nose pliers with no luck (no room) so I'll try this trick.dbetterred wrote:That little spring seems to be a problem mine has come off twice now. Not too bad to put back on. Use a little screw driver that fits in the hole on the end of the spring to leverage it back in place.
I spend 18 hours trying to get this piece in on this POS Pathfinder! Garbage! Can't do it! I'm tired of it coming off and jacking up 6, 7 times a year! Jacked up the day we drove it off the LOT and I should have paid attn to this OMEN!deermjd wrote:Wow, i spend 30 minutes yesterday trying to fix this spring. The I saw these pictures and fixed it in 30 seconds. This has been bugging me ever since i bought my pf 6 months ago. Thanks!
Mine came off within days of purchase and I have yet to figure out how to get this thing back on (even with the pics above) without trying to pry it back in there using a screwdriver - which I have yet to do since I'm scared I'll scratch the paint up in that area big time.volvite wrote:Just had this problem happen to me coming back from my trip to Portland this past weekend. Oregon has people pump your gas for you. Well In the 14 months that we've owned the Pathfinder we've never had the problem but the guy at the pump in Oregon figured out somehow how to pop the spring off. Only took me 2 minutes to fix but its done now.