That really is a useful site. I particularly like this one:
Diagnostics using the Nissan Consult diagnostics port
Just up above the fuse panel inside the car is the diagnostics connector
Turn ignition on, short the two terminals for 2 seconds then remove
The ECU will then be in diag mode.
Shorting two of the pins for two seconds puts the ECU into diag mode, when it is put back out of diag mode it also re-sets the ECU, Dak has wired a switch up to this connector which makes it a lot easier.
Here is a picture of the R32 / R33 diagnostic connector. The pins to bridge are marked X
You can see the connector if you take the cover off the fuse box, the connector is mounted on a small bracket pointing down
I've just done it in seconds and got 55 which is nice. I'll be taking her out for a caning later.
On this subject does anyone know where I might be able to get my Air Con gassed up again as it's completely out at the moment. Surrey or Doncaster area would be nice as I now live in Donny and will be making regular trips back to Surrey in the new year.
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