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post #61 of 68 Old 04-27-2018, 05:17 AM
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Mines is drive by wire, so is my 08 honda. No vacuum needed. My 06 scion used a servo as it had a throttle cable. My 1981 mercedes I had used vacuum for the door locks and cruse.

Right, since I am not wired, I got a passthrough connector for the throttle. Since I am not an automatic I also got to tag in the brake and clutch too.
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post #62 of 68 Old 04-27-2018, 07:40 PM
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talked to another guy (not related to Nissan and very interested in getting paid for doing the job) and he said the same...even with a prewired car I'd ave to replace many inner things.

So...unless somebody else has other news...I'll wait and do the aftermarket soon
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Crash and burn. I went to install it and tried a test drive. Got a check engine, traction control and some other lamp. Got some codes about throttle position sensor low. Went to drive the car as I idle it out of my community in 3rd gear with no problems. Idle was higher than normal, but the car has sat for a few months and I assumed it was nothing. Well went to pull out in traffic and no power, no response from throttle. Pulled over and disconnected the pass through connector for the throttle. It worked as fine without it.

So going to test passthrough connector to make sure its got connectivity and measure ohms.
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post #64 of 68 Old 03-23-2019, 08:33 PM
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after one whole year...do we have any news about this?

I just bought the switches for the steering wheel...I'll just give it a try and see what happens (if anything happens)

Versa 2012 HB S
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I'll be installing the Rostra unit in my 2018 Versa sedan with manual trans in a couple weeks. Looks like its not a huge job like the old Audiovox vacuum units I've installed on several cars. Not going to try to install factory steering wheel switches but instead use the little switch panel that comes with the kit.
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I thought about the rostra and it's still an option, but for the money (300$ at least) I'm not sure it's worth it...my car is not "new".

Trying to go OEM is worth a shot, if it doesn't work I really don't like the grey blank covers anyway and I'm sure I can wire the audio control at least

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I found this on a different nissan forum. Seams the easiest way is after market.

https://forums.nicoclub.com/add-crui...a-t574870.html
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So, next Thursday I'm going to cruise the car, OEM.

I'll try to cover all the steps with relative part numbers and necessary wiring that you must have in order to cruise it OEM, as soon as it's done.

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