No, no check engine light onRED_DET wrote:Unless there is an issue with the Trans that was installed, I don't see what other problems that can be directly related to the swap. Are you sure the z trans was in working order when it was pulled. The only other possible culprit is the transmission module or the ECM isn't recognizing something. Is there a check engine light on?
Thanks, we will see if anybody in Sydney knows how to do this.tollboothwilley wrote:When you connect a different transmission up to the TCM like you did you will need to take it to the dealership and ask them to flash the EEPROM on the Valve Body. EEPROM is only written to 1 time and that is at first startup. So when you change transmission your TCM is looking for the valve body from the previous trans.
Have them flash the Valve Body and the TCM and you should be good to go.
Nissan should but they don't want to take on the responsability as soon as they hear the car is an import just in case they break something i guess. There are no Infinity dealer in Australiatollboothwilley wrote:any NISSAN or INFINITI dealer should be able to do it
Thats the best idea i've heard about this issue so far, is it something someone with basic garage tools can do or does the mechanic who did the swap need to do this? We have limitted machanical skills but if its not too hard of a job then we're willing to give it a go.tollboothwilley wrote:the other option is to swap the Valve Body from the old trans into the new one - since its already paired with the TCM it should work as is should.
Its a tough life...LOLSaViOr wrote:We had no choice, there is no skill for these cars here in Sydney, The Valve Body was swapped then everything was put back together and the car is now working as it should.
All the time we spent looking for someone to flash it we thought would be better spent here.
Thanks especially to Willey for the resolution, it can't be easy being that good..