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Old 10-03-20
Gwoolie Gwoolie is offline
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Default Dif breathers... 2019 Sport

On my old Nissan Pathfinder the previous owner had put dif breathers up inside the engine bay and behind the rear lights for rear dif.

With the new Shogun/Pajero 2018 the stated wade depth is 700mm
but nothing really talked about in the UK for addition breathers.
Looking about I see you guys seem to have lots.
Parahna front and rear kit which seems currently out of stock.

My last wade in moving water was approx 200 - 500 flooded road
so was always in my mind of a drowning diff.

As you all seem to have had these and willing to chat what’s your thoughts
and advise please.

Shogun sport 2019 UK version
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Old 14-03-20
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On my old Nissan Pathfinder the previous owner had put dif breathers up inside the engine bay and behind the rear lights for rear dif.

With the new Shogun/Pajero 2018 the stated wade depth is 700mm
but nothing really talked about in the UK for addition breathers.
Looking about I see you guys seem to have lots.
Parahna front and rear kit which seems currently out of stock.

My last wade in moving water was approx 200 - 500 flooded road
so was always in my mind of a drowning diff.

As you all seem to have had these and willing to chat what’s your thoughts
and advise please.

Shogun sport 2019 UK version

I think that the front and centre have breathers fitted up high somewhere near the bulkhead, but the rear is sat directly on top of diff.


Hopefully someone more knowledgeable will be reply with accurate information.
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Old 09-04-20
Whitehorse Whitehorse is offline
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Bladerunner99 is write about the front diff breathers. They're located almost in the center if your firewall as high as you can go. You'll be able to identify them as they're silver tubes with small black nibbles on top. The rear diff breather is a white plastic piece that can be unscrewed and modified. I bought a breather kit off eBay and used the brass fitting to modify the original plastic one by shoving it down the middle and adding silicone. I had to do this as they did not make any fittings in that thread size at the time however this was in 2017 so you may have better luck now.
I've tried to upload the photos but I was unable. If you send me your email address I'll be happy to email them to you.
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