My HICAS light comes on when I have Low Fluid or something wrong with my brakes! :fluffpol: .bridrive55 said:That's not an E-Brake light, it's a brake light. That light comes on if there is any error in the brake system. It could be low brake fluid. Do you have ABS?
You have HICAS? Rock on!DaCheat said:My HICAS light comes on when I have Low Fluid or something wrong with my brakes! :fluffpol: .
But the Brake light is a common symptom of something wrong with the Barking system...Check the fluid first...If your fluid is going down, you have a leak somewhere... :thumbdwn:
Two things:RainBow said:My e brake light come on, when i e break is off, when i drive it. from 1989 240sx, just wondering if any body know what wrong with it, the dumb light just come, even my e brake is off.
Yep I gots me HICAS! Some Say it sucks, but personally I don't really drift with my car so it doesn't cause to much of a problem. There is no other feeling like going around a Turn at Mach 1 and being glued to the road and then feel the Ass end of the car drag around with you, It is Arguably one of the best feelings in a Car!bridrive55 said:You have HICAS? Rock on!
Amen...To that!The_guy_in_grey said:dude, i agree i dont drift, but i would love to have hicas on my convertable. a buddy of mine has a early 90's prelude (pop up lights) and its has 4 wheel steer (honda hicas) and omg its like nothing ive ever driven before.
If you've never driven a Car with HICAS you wouldn't know what I mean, I know it's not really Bragging rights, because in reality when the System gets worn out, I have 2x the Powersteering parts to replace, but if you ever get the chance to drive a Vehicle with 4 Wheel Assisted steering do so and Pay attention to how the car goes around the corners, you will notice a difference from a vehicle with only independant rear suspension.bobstaxi said:Hicas is a cool feature how ever I highly doubt the cornering ability is that much better to make it worth bragging about.
bridrive55 said:Yeah, I'm a huge HICAS fan. Like all 240SX guys, I went through a drift phase, but now I've grown out of that, thank God. I want to go autocross, and I'm fighting oversteer issues like crazy. I even have significant camber on the rear wheels... The car is just too "drifty."
My best friend sold on HICAS with his R32 Skyline GTS-t Type M. That thing is an auto-X machine! I would love to have HICAS!
I don't think you can buy aftermarket kits for HICAS or anything like that...The_guy_in_grey said:is a HICAS conversion hard? im guessing i would need a donor car.. or should i jkust try to find schematics and buy new parts?