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Ok any advice from anyone in the know would be very gratefully recieved here.

 

As you may know I have been goiun g through some electrical probs.

 

I am stumpped because I know nothing about the function of this device. I have printed a schemetic and understand that but the following have me at a loss:

 

all A.C.S.D.

 

cancel relay?

clutch switch?

cancel switch?

main switch?

hold relay?

 

All I require if poss is an explation of what this system acctually does.

 

My problems are the speedo isnt working and the steering goes heavy and light when it feels like it and I can only think that it must be this system.

 

Thanks for any help

 

vini

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have you tried the speed sensor as it looks like you have the cruise control schematics there !

 

I havent yet paul but will do. im just trying to feel my way through anything that might seem to hold the answers. thanks mate.

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this might be the avenue you need to go down vinny

http://www.300zx.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=113519&highlight=heavy+steering

 

nice one Bri. the only prob is that i just fitted another set of clocks and its still the same. But thanks bud. The problem is the steering is normal and then goes a bit heavy. After about 2 miles. I stop and when I go again it does the same thing. Sometimes however it might not go heavy for about 4 or 5 miles?

 

Just another little thing for me to sus out. I dont mind though because its a learning curve for the future :)

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