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Date Registered: 02-2005
Location: Adelaide
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Time and Temperature Gage



Well it would appear I am stuck in a time warp of some sort. Every time I get into the exy it is one O'clock. I have tried changing the time and managed but when I get back into the exy its one O’clock again....

Also the Temperature gage seems to be taking readings from all over the world one minutes its 49c the next it's 13c and then 20c all very helpful but I would rather just know the temp out side...

Anyone know what's going on? Aliens?

Warranty…?
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Date Registered: 12-2004
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That doesn't sound very healthy.

Perhaps this was the reason for the previous owners selling the vehicle. I’d be contacting your local Nissan dealer about this, might be some sort of short somewhere or damage to the temperature sensor.

Guess your lucky your exy is still covered under warranty.

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NPC73 wrote:
Perhaps this was the reason for the previous owners selling the vehicle.



hardly a reason to sell... but thanks I will book it in for a service and get these checked out...

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Rich,

As Noel stated and after I checked-out the electronic service manual CD, the symptoms you're having would need to be checked-out by the dealer, as they could lead to the replacement of the following:

1. The temp. sensor unit.
2. The whole cluster box if the clock reading and temp. reading cannot be fixed.

This is an electrical problem.

You have warranty; so don't be concerned, it'll be fixed one way or another.


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Think I have a similar problem.

The main odometer works fine.

The secondary odometer works fine, except that whenever I turn the ignition off, it resets to zero (in both a and b modes).

The clock resets to 1.00 when switched off also.

And tonight the outside temp gauge reckoned it was 37 degrees at 7.00pm. In the mountains?

Will see the dealer tomorrow.
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Panfa wrote:

Think I have a similar problem.

The main odometer works fine.

The secondary odometer works fine, except that whenever I turn the ignition off, it resets to zero (in both a and b modes).

The clock resets to 1.00 when switched off also.

And tonight the outside temp gauge reckoned it was 37 degrees at 7.00pm. In the mountains?

Will see the dealer tomorrow.



The dealer have forgotten to place the fuse back for this and you should find the fuse inside your centre arm-rest.



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Thanks, Jalal. Will check in the morning.
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aghhhh finally.....


Panfa,

You will probably find the fuse has blown. It cost me a $1.45-ish to fix.

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Actually, after Jalal's post, I looked in all the nooks and crannies and found a fuse in the ash tray. Perhaps that's the missing link!

Question, though: why would the dealer take the fuse out in the first place?

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quote:

Panfa wrote:

Actually, after Jalal's post, I looked in all the nooks and crannies and found a fuse in the ash tray. Perhaps that's the missing link!

Question, though: why would the dealer take the fuse out in the first place?



This is it mate emoticon They do the same worldwide and it comes with the fuse taken-out from Japan. Not sure why, but I think it is some sort of preventative measure.



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