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This is normally caused by the rear trailing links. They have bushings that when they fail can make the back end of the truck sway.
Here is a image of where to look to check the bushings. If the bushings are torn, replace the links.
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i talked to other pathfinder owners and they call it the death rock will this cure this problem a local technician told me a drive shaft. Works at local service center.
It's not the drive shaft
It's the trailing arms to the rear diff that causes this
I have been working on Nissan's for over 20 years
When the back end of the truck sways, it's those links
I circled where the bushings fail on the links for you
a drive shaft would can cause a vibration, but not the swaying.
Do I have to bring this to nissan or any service center. Your help is appricated in this matter so i dont get ripped off.
I would buy the links from a Nissan Dealer. But you can have any place you like install them,
But if the lower links are bad also, your going to need to get the bolts