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  1. Those are the codes from the manual, I got them by earthing port 4 on the consult port and counting the flashes on the slip light. Exactly as the manual said. I'd tried resetting the codes but it comes back as soon as I start the car
  2. So I've ran diagnosis on my 34 gtt abs system and got code 84 (Engine system component fuel condition) and I'm absolutely stumped as to what it could mean. Any suggestions would be amazing right now
  3. My battery is absolutely cooked so it'd be worth getting a new one but even just then I had it connected to a good battery and the codes are still there so who knows
  4. I have started the car many more than 10 times. I've cleared the error with NDS but it instantly comes back. I'm out of ideas here
  5. So as the title says I have the TCS, Slip and CEL lights on from the second the car starts. The CEL code is error 21. Doing research it appears to be coil packs. I replaced coils with brand new splitfires and replaced the coil loom with a brand new genuine OEM but the light is still there. Can anyone help me figure out what else could be causing the problem? Car is a 1998 r34 Gtt
  6. Can someone tell me if I'm going full retard or not? Recently removed the seatbelt but can't figure out how it goes back in. In the attached photo is seems to work until I put the trim back on where the seatbelt jams. If i remove the twist from the seatbelt the it gets jammed on the slider up top. If anyone has photos of how it's meant to go I'd be forever greatful This is how it looks with the seatbelt twisted around
  7. I have read the manual back to front and to only way to read error codes from the abs/tcs is using a Nissan consult device, not just "ANY decent scan tool". The method for bridging two pins to get into diagnostics mode doesn't work for TCS. Unless you have some magical method for doing this which I would love to hear about
  8. Tcs and slip lights don't have fault codes. And the lights didn't change after I changed the coils. I just ended up with a massive miss
  9. As the title suggests, I just bought brand new splitfire coils from just jap as well as a brand new genuine coil loom. I bought them because I was starting to develop a small misfire but also have my tcs and slip lights on and was informed by race pace that coils would fix it. After failing to fix my tcs issue my car now has a pretty serious misfire. The spark plugs were replaced very recently too so they are fine. Any suggestions on why the misfire would be much appreciated, and any information on the tcs and slip lights would also be super helpful
  10. So I have a 1998 Nissan with a 14 pin consult port. I have a problem with my ABS system and wanted to do a diagnosis to find out what the issue is but I cant find a software that supports it. I know NDSII supports ABS but this is the the 16 pin rather than the 14 pin that I require. If anyone could point me in the right direction that would be super duper helpful TIA
  11. So I was looking around in my boot to figure out how abs abs tcs have been disabled in my car and noticed this relay had been disconnected. Any idea what the disconnected relay does? (someone please tell me connecting it will fix my abs and tcs problem)
  12. I knew it 100% wasn't meant for 91 but wasn't sure if it was 95 or 98 but I've been filling it with 98. But then again we're all morons
  13. The attached image is a sticker on the inside of my bonnet. Could be reading it wrong because I don't have my glasses on, but then again I don't need glasses. I'll look into the timing, not really sure about any of that as I'm new to this side of things, so thanks for that. I know what the codes are, i know where to find them. I've read the whole service manual and the best conclusion I can come to is that my code 21 is related to the TCS or ABS actuator (as per the service manual so pls don't rip into my saying that code 21 can only be coilpacks because the manufacturers believe otherwise. The reason I'm not 100% about this is because the TCS and slip lights were on long before the engine light. The only other think I can think of is that when connecting my new cluster I've pulled a wire loose and that wire just happened to be related to the ignition system. I'll pull that out tomorrow and have a look around and swap my old one back in and see what happens but that still leaves me with my TCS and slip lights on. And before anyone tells me that the TCS has its own code and if it was a busted unit it'd show that code, if it's a purely mechanical (e.g. A sticky sensor) then the unit would only think its off and rather than saying there's an error it could just think its been turned off Edit: before anyone gets their panties in a knot I'm not actually going to fill up with 91 or anything. I know that sticker isn't factory (considering all the factory ones are Japanese). The I'm just arguing for the sake of arguing 😁😁😁
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