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No Revs, No GO :-(

Postby Redfoxza » Thu May 03, 2018 12:15 pm

My pathy starts but does not pickup revs and dont go anywhere when it is cold.
It goes when engin is warmed up. :?:
Any ideas, anyone!!!!!!??
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Re: No Revs, No GO :-(

Postby DarekD » Mon May 07, 2018 12:07 pm

Hi Red

Not sure but I have come across this info in the past:

Does the engine start run for a short time and stop when cold. If this happens than remove the cam angle sensor
cable located on the left hand rear of the head. If the engine runs without stopping with the cable disconnected
than there is wear in the chains causing the engine not to idle. Chains need replacing.
We advise owners to have the chains and tensioners checked at 80,000kms and every 20,000 kms to 40,000 kms
there after if the original simplex fuel pump drive chain is installed. These regular checks are the only way you
will know the condition of the timing chain parts and when they need replacing.

This came from: For the latest information go to www.yd25.com.au or contact Paul 0424 034 935

Hope it helps
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Re: No Revs, No GO :-(

Postby Redfoxza » Mon May 14, 2018 6:47 pm

OK this was sorted, I replace the suction control valve.
As good as new, almost :-)
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Re: No Revs, No GO :-(

Postby DarekD » Tue May 15, 2018 8:16 am

Good to see. How is that diagnosed? Looks cheaper than the timing belt, and much less work.
Another thing to ad to a growing list of maybes. How much driving has you car done?
Looks very much like the ISC motor I had troubles with on my petrol Mistubishi 20 years ago. Hope the design is not borrowed from them.
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Re: No Revs, No GO :-(

Postby Redfoxza » Tue May 15, 2018 12:41 pm

She done 200000km
Took it into Nissan to diagnose and fault find it cost me $154.
I also learned that Nissan's diagnosing tools is the only one that can read all nissan error codes :-(
non of the after market ones can do it.
It also have a P1212 code on there that was diagnose to be the ABS Actuator Unit - very expensive repair $7800 by Nissan
and $6900 is the part. So im looking for a second hand unit (47660-4x40D) that is also something like chicken teeth.LOL
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Re: No Revs, No GO :-(

Postby Bruce » Wed May 16, 2018 8:32 pm

Mate, before you replace the ABS actuator, try reseating the cable loom that comes out of it and maybe clean the contacts with some contact cleaner. It's a long shot but will only take a few minutes and worth trying considering the cost.
The connector has a lever that clips into place in the closed position. Just unclip the lever and as you lift it up, the connector will slide off the actuator unit.
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