Blue Print solves Nissan Navara transmission issue 

November 20, 2023
Blue Print solves Nissan Navara transmission issue 
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Parts specialist Blue Print has highlighted its parts a availability for the Nissan Navara III, a very popular model in Ireland. 


The nature of use of many of these vehicles means they are regular visitors to independent garages and Blue Print has identified many parts on the vehicle which are prone to failure and may be perceived as only being available from a dealer. These are available from motor factors nationwide alongside more commonly required service items all fully guaranteed and at competitive prices.  

Parts highlighted are: 
  • ADN11489    Switch for neutral position of transmission
  • ADN13327    Pilot bearing for automatic transmission
  • ADN17225    Sealing Cover for transfer case
  • ADN180118    U-Bolt Kit
  • ADN143126    Brake Disc
  • ADN12322    Fuel Filter

Blue Print has indentified a common issue with the Navara where water ingress causes the transfer box switches to fail. The above parts can be used to solve this issue and there is also a useful explanation video below. 


 
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