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    So because the 04 is at the end of the Di and start of the CRD is where the problem lies I think.
    Surely some 04 owner out there uses something to correct any errors
    04 ST 3lt auto, not enough Mods to keep me happy, but getting there

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPC View Post
    There is no output on the Ultra Gauge, what do you want to output?
    I'm pretty sure with the EcuTalk you can plug a laptop into the front of the screen via the USB output and use their EcuTalk software for more info / diagnostics

    I don't have one just from memory of what I have read on their website previously while doing research on consult / OBDII gauges

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    Quote Originally Posted by NissanGQ4.2 View Post
    I'm pretty sure with the EcuTalk you can plug a laptop into the front of the screen via the USB output and use their EcuTalk software for more info / diagnostics

    I don't have one just from memory of what I have read on their website previously while doing research on consult / OBDII gauges

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    I wish you told me that before I bought the Ultra Gauge. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPC View Post
    I wish you told me that before I bought the Ultra Gauge. lol
    Sorry mate, me bad

    I know the Ecutalk may look a bit primitive compared 2 the Ultragauge but think the Ecutalk ( i'm pretty sure ) offers more in the way of diagnostics............which is why you but a gauge in the first place, and don't see the point of buying something that looks modern but only does half a job.


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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    So because the 04 is at the end of the Di and start of the CRD is where the problem lies I think.
    Surely some 04 owner out there uses something to correct any errors
    I'm guessing your not getting 2 far with this TD

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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    So because the 04 is at the end of the Di and start of the CRD is where the problem lies I think.
    Surely some 04 owner out there uses something to correct any errors
    I use the ECUTalk on mine.

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    What month build is your 04 Yendor ??
    04 ST 3lt auto, not enough Mods to keep me happy, but getting there

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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    What month build is your 04 Yendor ??
    Mine is 10/2004

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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    So because the 04 is at the end of the Di and start of the CRD is where the problem lies I think.
    Surely some 04 owner out there uses something to correct any errors
    Bwahhahahahah!!! Try 2007 for CRD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    Can anyone tell me if my 5/04 is OBD2 seems some are some aren't.
    There is also some confusion because although you may have an ODBII plug it is still actually using the old consult protocol so is not really ODBII

    This is Ecutalks support / non support list

    Supported List

    ZD30DDTi NON-CRD - these non-CRD (Common Rail Diesel) engines work with ECUTalk and should have the OBDII plug.
    Nissan Patrol GU II/GU III/GU IV, 2000-2006
    Nissan Terrano R20 ?
    Nissan Elgrand E50 1999-2001 ?
    ZD30DDT NON-CRD NON-INTERCOOLED - as above, but non-intercooler versions found on the Navara D22?
    Nissan Navara D22, 2001-2006
    RD28ETi - these engines work with ECUTalk via the normal consult plug.
    Nissan Patrol GU, 1997-2000
    TD42Ti - the older TD42/TD42T is not supported, but the newer TD42Ti is supported and should have the consult plug.
    Nissan Patrol GU III/GU IV, 2003-2006
    TD27Ti - the TD27Ti should work if it has the consult plug or the relevant consult pins on the OBDII plug.
    Some Terrano and others? Particularly before 1999 when Consult II started to take over.


    NOT Supported

    ZD30 Common Rail - these CRD engines (most 2007+) support OBDII itself - only the older non-CRD (most pre-2007) work with ECUTalk.
    TD42/TD42T Engines - the newer TD42Ti is supported, but the older TD42/TD42T is not, despite some having a consult plug for NATS usage.
    Last edited by NissanGQ4.2; 2nd August 2013 at 06:18 PM.
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