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Date Registered: 02-2004
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It's impossible to tell, as only a small handfull percentasge of owners are members of this forum to have us list the confirmed cases and since Nissan Australia didn't recognise this as a formal defect, am sure they will be keeping the confirmed cases under wraps.

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For the last 5000km (3 months) i have been woundering why my spark plugs have been getting damaged and why i keep hearing rattles coming from the engine bay every time i take off.
so thank you so much for sharing this story and HOPFULLY i havent caused too much damage
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No worries Tristen, but as a new member to the forum your first post should be made in the introductions section before posting anywhere else.

It gives you a chance to introduce yourself and your exy to other forum members and be assigned a Member ID.

Please do so when you get a moment. Thanks

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Date Registered: 05-2012
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HOPFULLY i havent caused too much damage



When the loose screws are above the piston rings and not below them, you may have dodged the bullet emoticon

A compression test will either assuage the anxiety or add to it.

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I have the QR20DE 2.0 litre [sign in to see URL] one with the plastic black intake manifold.
Is there reason to be concerned?
There are no abnormal signs, but since the engine design is similar I am concerned.
Thank you.

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What is the year of manufacture of your xtrail?

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I bought it in early 2006... Not sure about the manufacture date though.
Thank you for your fast reply.
George.

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Open your bonnet and have a look at the manufacturing plate on the firewall which will have the manufacture date. It's a silver plate.

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Date Registered: 01-2015
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I found the silver plate.
There are [sign in to see URL] chassis number I would guess but no date...
The plate is on the side above the right wheel.
It's the petrol 2 liter automatic and the whole intake assembly from the throttle body to the the engine block is black and looks like plastic...

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Sorry mate but that tell me nothing. If your xtrail was manufactured in Japan it would have a built date stamped on that silver plate like this

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Without knowing the built date, I can't answer your question.

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