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ATTESSA Error 18


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I think I have a problem with the ETS in my 89 R32 GTS4. The error appears to be temperature sensitive - the warning light only generally comes on after a while, comes on sooner on warm days.

Anyone know a shop in the western suburbs (around Werribee) that knows these little buggers and how to diagnose / fix them?

TIA

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Hey Greg,

I think it's the pressure sensor pump on the attessa pump.

From what I hear it's not serviceable so you have to replace with second hand or new pump assembly.

**** Update***

Looks like Frenchy has an option I would give them a call.

https://frenchysperformancegarage.com/products/fpg-nissan-gt-r-attessa-pressure-switch-replacement?fbclid=IwAR1n1PQu36Vzd0AzJXSgyFHyhpjBzYlR8kjtVuPrK_JIsCRaqHrf9mxYZnI

 

 

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