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Date Registered: 08-2005
Location: NEWCASTLE
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Nah, I am pretty confident with the guys at Bathurst. They have been upfront since day one and unlike Orange, never attempted to BS me.


This result shows how profesional Bathurst Nissan have been about the the whole issue this is the service we should all get regardless of where we live. Well Done Brett and do you now get a three year 100,000km warranty on thge engine? That would be nice

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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: Orange. NSW.
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Never thought about the engine warranty, but if it is a new one (with new and improved butterfly screws), the the standard 3 year warranty should be included. emoticon

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Brett,

Your new engine will have the standard new car warranty, however it will only be limited to the engine and not the rest of the exy.

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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: way west of Mareeba FNQ
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Great news Brett enjoy yr trip north
Julie

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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: Orange. NSW.
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 Thanks Julia. If all goes well, I will hopefully get some excellent pics of the exy in action. Especially of the Bloomfield Track up towards Cooktown. emoticon

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OK Brett,

Here is a question for you on this rainy Sydney morning LOL emoticon

What type of engine is being fitted in your exy..Long or Short Block?

If you're wondering what that means (see below)

Short block is just the Block with pistons, rods, oil pan and the crank.

Long block has same as above except comes with the head, cams, valves, water pump, oil pump...etc

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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On seeing the pitting of the head and valves I would hope it was a LONG block being fitted.

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Date Registered: 10-2005
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Gees, now you've got me worried. I don't really know, but I thought someone mentioned a 'short block' the other day. Looking at the pic of the engine in the xtrail manual, which is which ?

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Brett,

I think they tried fitting a short block before and it may have not solved the problem (due to excessive damage), so it was then decided that full new engine will be provided (which means, the long block)

Please check with yuor dealer.

It is the same engine, but you'll either get the lot (long block) or part of it (short block)

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Isn't the engine number engraved onto the block? No matter what engine he gets (long or short) wont that mean that he'll end up with a new engine number?

If that's the case, Brett will also need to notify RTA, CTP and comprehensive/third party insurer(s) of the change (assuming Nissan doesn't do it on his behalf).


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