Stick a blown fuse in, and plead ignorance
You would need three of them and the wiring harness, plus they would have to be VERY carefully located to ensure they were not subjected to any sudden G. A Cobb would probably work out cheaper as you could reset the light after reconnection as well as the other Cobb benefits.Did this go any further?
Anyone find out if the sensors are fire once? I think not as they'd need to be replaced if the system fires.
Surely MH would be able to answer this or at least find out from Nissan?
I was wondering if there would be any value in buying a sensor in order to replicate the signal to disable it without the light coming on.
hello my system has blown aswell how did you disable the bulb the clocks upon removal seemed like a sealed unit so i put them back in any tips ?hit a small animal or rabbit on country road and not good for you..
i disabled mine by just unpplugging them.
and took the hood bulb off.