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Date Registered: 09-2016
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19. Refit side panel, refit passenger rear scuff panel, refit spare tyre cover and rear trays.

20. Test lights.

Hope this post is usefull.
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Hi Kizza1 - Nicely detailed and informative - a good read. I see that you installed the ECU behind the left hand side interior panel in the boot. Do you know if this is a standard location, or was it just convenient given the length of cabling they supplied?
I have a factory fitted (or rather - probably fitted at the dealership) original Nissan towbar, but none of the trailer lights work. The service guys at my local Nissan centre tell me there is no voltage getting to the connector, and this is probably due to a potentially faulty ECU. They said I can change it myself - but I have no idea where it is located. I guess it makes sense for it to be in the back end somewhere - as that is where the cabling for all the lights that need repeating are...
Do you think I should start pulling out the lining to my boot as well? If so, how much of the procedure above is required to just get behind those panels?
Many Thanks
Graham.

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The back left is where the factory loom plug is so i imagine thats the best place to look.
It is really quite easy to pull the panel off.
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Thanks very much for a great post
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