I would rec this.elwesso wrote:I think with the U joints if you have an angle and the U joints move around a little more they will tend to avoid getting "notchy".
I have a little vibration I need to get rid of, i think shimming the carrier bearing should take care of it.
Well if thats the case, wouldnt simply removing the TCU do the same thing?qsiguy wrote:Cutting the wire from terminal #3 on the TCU will disable the fault indicator. It's a light green/black wire. Snip it and be done with it. If you want further validation that it's ok to do, JWT disconnects this circuit inside the TCU when they mod them.
That's a decent block diagram Paul but the diagrams on page AT-38 and AT-39 are a little more complete and show wire colors.
May I?elwesso wrote:dude, just wait till carlisle and the tire destruction ensues.
elwesso wrote:Well if thats the case, wouldnt simply removing the TCU do the same thing?
Take spares with youelwesso wrote:dude, just wait till carlisle and the tire destruction ensues.
i don't think he put the tranny in there to dorito. Just because he is a nissan doesn't mean she he is a drifterCarl H wrote:from my own experience with a 5spd vh45 the stock rear end SUCKS for low speed work...the car was incredibly hard to slide because the final drive (3.52 out of the q45) caused it to fall in and out of the power band.
to me a 4.08 final would do wonders for the car and may be the next mod if i keep my s13 coupe (which has the vh in it).