JimJimSutt said:I have been reading this thread with interest as my speedo is under by about 5% ... What concerns me is if I put a gear in with less teeth would it also be less diameter and therfore not mesh quite as well and mayby give trouble later .... Any comments?
My second problem is with the torque converter lockup which should engage at about 80 kph (I think) in overdrive and as my speedo is 5% under I would need to go faster before the lock up engaged ... So if the speed error was fixed then perhaps it would also assist with the lockup which I would presume would engage closer to 80 kph .. Any comments?
My third concern is with the engine CPU and the gearbox CPU which both take inputs from the speedo ... Any comments ..
Nissan should be able to tell you when you orderJimSutt said:Ok it's getting time to buy new gearing for the speedo drive ....
Question: Does anyone know the number of teeth on the standard gear for an 05 GU4 AUTO 3.0Lt ...???
I will buy a gear with one tooth less to solve my speedo error ...
I'd be pulling your one out and counting the teeth if I was you, rather than trust Nissan. It only takes 2 mins and a 10mm spanner.GuJohnno said:Nissan should be able to tell you when you order
The jokes asides this might help you with the question.What i want to knowis what makes you think your GPS is anywhere near as accurate as your speedo?
... 'cause not only does the GPS knows what time is... it wasn't made by NissanWhat i want to knowis what makes you think your GPS is anywhere near as accurate as your speedo?