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NickName: "Night Fury"

Make: Nissan
Year: 2013
Model: Xterra
Trim: S
Color: Night Armor

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(Newer mods at the top)

Interior:
4/27/19: Rear Switch Plate and Junction Box
7/1/17: Pioneer AVH-391BHS (Post #2)

Exterior:
4/20/19: Beginning of Operation: Batteries and OBW
4/6/19: 2.5" Rough Country Spacer and Shackle Lift
7/8/17: Curt Class III Receiver and Wiring install (Post #3)

Electrical
5/19/19: Dual Odyssey PC1200 batteries installed with the National Luna kit.

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New Pioneeer AVH-391BHS installed and looking great. Would love to figure out how to adapt the stock Sirius XM Radio to be useable in the Pioneer unit.

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Installed my Curt Class III receiver and installed the wiring, took some pics of the install of the wiring, since I tried my best to make it look as OEM as I could.
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Today, I got around to doing the rear differential breather extension.
Ordered PN# 38323-C601A direct from my local dealership for $5.20. Perfect match for the OEM Breather.



Picked up some 1/4" ID fuel line which is a little loose, but with a hose clamp is not an issue.
Cleaned off the OEM breather and the axle before removing, removed with a deep 14mm socket. put a TINY amount of thread dope on the connector tube threads mostly as a lubricant. And drove her in with a 12mm deep socket. New connector sits about as high as the old breather did; approx. 3/4 of the way.



Took <10 minutes including removing the tail lights which were stuck on pretty good, and running the fuel line. I did bend the hose around the top light and inserted a small sponge air filter.




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Installed my Curt Class III receiver and installed the wiring, took some pics of the install of the wiring, since I tried my best to make it look as OEM as I could.


Nice! I need to do this too.


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I hope you are going to replace those twist ties with large zip ties.
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I hope you are going to replace those twist ties with large zip ties.
I already did! HAHA I forgot the picture showed with the twist-ties, those were just temporary while I planned the route.

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Nice! I need to do this too.


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The hardest part was drilling the holes in my bumper...but that just required a bit of force and patience. Otherwise, with was exceptionally easy to do.
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Installed LED headlights and fogs!!

The headlights are Hikari: Hikari LED bulbs

The fogs are OPT7s: OPT7 LEDs
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