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Up for sale a is 2001 Nissan Xterra SE with a blown head gasket on cylinder 5, its not mixing the coolant in the oil so it's blown in a good way, it's over pressuring the coolant system and pushing the coolant into the over flow bottle. The truck starts up and runs great, misfire on startup but then clears it's self after it runs for a few seconds, but I wouldn't drive it for long because you'll be overheating soon. Can confirm blown head gasket with a chemical test

The good:
Clean title
transmission is strong and shifts great
4 wheel drive system is good and engages
A/c and heat work good
No check engine light ( no pending codes and can verify with a professional scan tool and will pass a readiness monitors)
Recently inspected till 2019
Good tires with a lot of life left in them
Interior is clean
Body of truck has no dents
Paint is in good condition (clear coat is starting to peel on hood)
Comes with all roof and bumper lights- all LED and all independently switched
Comes with air horn and also voice mega horn
In dash DVD player (bypassed so it'll play a DVD with the truck in drive)
Factory neoprene seat covers
New distributor, and wires
Factory hitch installed
Recently installed new O2 sensors
I have new rancho RS5000's shock absorbers that will come with the truck
2 new down stream O2 sensors that will come with the the truck
Tires have Walmart road hazard warranty
Battery from Walmart also has warranty

The bad:

Some body panels up front was removed for tire fitment
Rusted bumper (see pics)
Blown head gasket
Small leak on fuel injector ( o rings will fix it)
Small exhaust leak after catalytic convert
Will need sway bar end links soon
Clear coat peeling on hood
Front bumper is pushed in and cracked
Paint on rims are peeling ( Plastidip)

Can provide a lot more pics if you need. I have a ton just cant because upload limit


Thanks for looking


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