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MoMnDadGTR

GTR R32 4wd light wont come on with fuse out

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(1993 skyline gtr) hey guys I know theres a million threads on 4wd not working but this ones a little weird. bought my car had no lights on dash but knew right away the 4wd wasn't working,(snow on ground easy to tell).  I traced it down to the g sensor code 13,  no big deal up to this point 4wd fixed. I got curious and pulled my 4wd fuse and turned the car on. I still have no 4wd light on my dash when I know my other gtr's in the past have put a light on dash with fuse out. ive been on the computer for 5 hours trying to find out why I cant get my light to come up on my dash even witht he 4wd fuse pulled.  hopefully someone can give some input, I live in Canada in an area where not much help with atessa system issues. need the boys to pull through here!

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ill take the dash apart tonight and see maybe the light burnt out, or taken out by previous owner before the sale. should have checked the 4wd before I bought the car but oh well. will post a fix if I figure it out. I did fix the 4wd with a new g sensor. 

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Problem fixed, I took off the gauge cluster and switched the oil pressure bulb and 4wd bulb and right away the 4wd light came on(I have the fuse pulled for 4wd cause I already fixed the actual 4wd issue even with burnt out light. Atessa flashed a code 13 easy fix g sensor. If need any help getting your cluster off or trouble shooting 4wd let me know I just did 6 hours of research on the site today and learnt a lot. Thanks guys for all the write ups I wouldn’t own this car without this site👍

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Yeah 30 years old bulbs would be failing around now haha. I'd swap them all out while you're at it. Good time to throw some LEDs in there (buy a  pack of T5 and T10 bulbs)

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man that's  a great help I was gunna ask if someone can point me in the direction of some new bulbs. I didn't find the cluster that hard to remove at all so I just want to replace all my warning bulbs for now with standard oem ones if I can get them.  I like keeping the old girl as original as possible. My lights are super bright at night(cluster) I only think the bulb burnt out cause the 4wd light had been on for a very long time. again I want to replace all my warning bulbs in the cluster. if anyone knows where I can get standard bulbs to replace the oem warning signals that would be a great help!!

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I have no issues with throwing the led ones in for now as again no problem taking out cluster.  will the led lights work in the warning bulb locations without issue?

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Late 1980's car man, not that complicated haha.

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its a 93 gtr but yeah same as an 89ish.  and ill tell you its a hell of a lot more complicated than other obd1 cares ive had in the past. nothing like a gtr but my 96 type r and 98 mk4 weren't half as complicated as a GTR. its my third GTR still learning lots. I'm Never to proud to keep learning from knowledgeable members like yourself. thanks again.

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