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Millerman last won the day on August 16 2020

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  1. Hey Mikel, im not really familiar with this model but does it boot up from a cd in the boot? Id be trying to un plug different connectors relting to the screen and spraying some “contact cleaner” on them then plug them in a few times. Could be simple as a bad connection. The reason i asked about a cd is that the nissan logo keeps reappearing which seems that its constantly rebooting from something. maybe this gives you something to off! Dan
  2. Ok i was meaning completely off the car and running it with just a battery to see if it operates differently. Looking at your photos it looks like everything is in good nic. Unless there is a small wire fracture perhaps inside the motor id be guessing its the switch has dirty contacts or something along that line. If you power it up direct from a battery then you can prove if its the car or motor thats causing the fault.
  3. Amayama may have a listing for the motor seperately?
  4. Thats great would love to see it in action haha surely other people in covid have done some stuff to the kids toys whilst they have been bored
  5. Cheers man! might try and source some good second hand ones to keep cost down lol
  6. Hi Guys i made my son a “slammed” little tikes cozy coupe. Theres some pics at the bottom that show you before and after. (Hopefully they arent too jumbled up, but you get the idea) Just wondering what other parents have done to modify their kids toys? or wanted to do but haven’t done so yet?!
  7. As pictured mine have a pitted and rusted in a couple of spots They go from under intake at back of engine to front of intake near thermostat housing thanks
  8. Original oil pressure switch location on the cooler assembly In this pic you can see the adaptor on the block slightly higher and to the left of the original oil filter housing location here is a close up of the adaptor and also a pic of it with pressure sensor installed
  9. Up for sale are these series 2 coil packs i got sold them as being series 1 but got home and they are not. They are series 2 ones instead $20 ea or all for $80ono Thanks Dan
  10. These adaptors / extensions allow you to move the factory oil pressure sensor to the position used in the rb20 (slightly higher and to the left) on the rb25. this is needed when deleting the oil heater/cooler/ heat exchanger thing and using the rb20 oil filter housing on the rb25 i have 4 available $15 posted around aus! will update with photos tomorrow thanks Dan
  11. Dm on here or 0407793620 cheers Dan
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