Well, I disonnected it and funny thing happened.. It took about a day of driving for my check engine light to come on. I checked the code and it says speedo sensor failure. Im surprised it monitors that. I know on some vehicles with automatic transmissions the computer monitors driving habits for best performance. But this is a 5spd manual.. to be sure its not doing that. I cleared the code and it came back up a day later again. Truck runs fine though so Im leaving it discoed several months until my 3yrs are up then hooking it back. I dont drive the truck as much as I used to so I wont be fudging too much on the actual miles, just want to keep that warranty for the three years just in case. I plan on keeping this truck till it falls apart anyhow. Course that doesnt happen to Nissans, they just keep on going. My last one was an 85 ST King cab and I sold it last year running perfect still.88pathoffroad said:I don't think it'd register any errors, the speedo and gauge circuits aren't monitored for faults like the emissions system and engine are.
Thanks, I did with some electric tape thinking about water getting in the connector also. Ran into an old friend over the weekend with a Nissan. He has an obd2 reader and he used to work in a shop so he told me the same about sealing the connector. He just did it on his pathfinder also. He cleared the speedo code out and it stayed out as long as it stayed hook, no lingering code anywhere else. So well just clear the code again if I have to bring it in. Its only gonna be for several more months.. Its an 03 with a little over 35k on it already. So whenever the 06 models start rolling out Ill hook it back for good. :hal:mightymouse said:I would like to give you some small advise, tape up the end of the plug so dirt does not get into the part of the plug that goes into the transmission.