Discussion in 'Member's Garage' started by MintZ32, Sep 17, 2020.
Did the speedo zero when you powered it up?
No! Still trying to fault find. Any advice?
All good now and working, basically the fix is similar to the tacho recalibration which you need to rev at 6k for 2 seconds so it sees a certain voltage to reset itself.
The speedo needed to be taken to approx 140km/h to also do this.
I suppose you could do it by spoofing the VSS into reading that speed by rotating the pinion gear fast enough with a drill or similar. Or you could do it another way...
I love those boxes of parts, Christmas every time. Speedo looks good, jelly. Glad the needle sorted itself, the next time it gets there you will mean it
Thanks mate and you're spot on with those boxes! I think I enjoy my cars Christmas presents more than my own most of the time
Just to round up the weekend, another delivery of parts came today (Sunday).
New PCV valves with hoses
Chromoly Pivot ball
Nismo genuine pod filter P/N
I'll be 3D modelling a bracket on Solidworks and laser cutting a custom bracket to support the Nismo Pod filter .
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