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About ThreeFiddyZ

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  • Birthday 16/06/92


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    Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
  1. Hi all I have a 2007 350Z with Facelift Headlights. Unfortunately the seals have deteriorated allowing small water ingress into the headlights either side. How easy is it to remove the headlights, split them, clean them up and effectively reseal them without a professional oven and equipment? I'd also like to replace the orange LEDs inside one of the headlights as one of the LEDs has failed, and I need to polish the inside of one headlight lens. If this is a job best left to a professional, can anyone recommend someone who offers this service with a relatively quick turnaround (one week)? The other alternative would be brand new headlights at £1600 for replacements or sourcing a used pair which I simply cannot afford right now due to other priorities on the Zed. Any advice appreciated. Thank you
  2. I'm interested in a set too please, please PM with order instructions. Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  3. Do you still have these available? Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  4. Glad to hear its resolved Fluke. Just wanted to check about the replacement part as I had a nightmare with my clockspring replacement 😄 Happy Zedding! Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  5. Also, you did replace the clockspring with a genuine part didn't you? Not an Ebay special? Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  6. Welcome along Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  7. I was in the same position and downloaded and purchased Nissan Data Scan and using a Vagcom KKL OBD Adapter and Nissan Datascan I was able to reset the angle sensor and resolve the issue. You'll find purchasing the Nissan Data Scan and cable cheaper than paying someone else or taking it to Nissan. Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  8. As much as I'd love to tuck my Z away for the Winter, its a daily driver so I have to use it. Although I religiously fully warm it up and down again on each drive Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  9. +1 on buying either good used oem replacement sensors or brand new oem sensors. You buy cheap you buy twice I'm afraid. Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  10. I'd be interested on anyones ideas for this too. Alternatively if you're interested I believe ZmanAlex can source you OEM replacement fans, used or new (although new is expensive). Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  11. If you keep deep discharging any car battery frequently, it causes the battery to collapse internally and lose its capacity. In the long run it'll make it harder to jump start and it will eventually die. For a healthy battery a 30 minute drive is ample to top up the battery. If the battery is knackered, who knows how long it will take to charge on a drive. It still won't hold its capacity though. I'd find another way of powering the dashcam otherwise you'll keep going through batteries. Maybe not as fast with a new battery though. Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  12. Standard Code Reader won't read and report an airbag fault as its seperate to the main fault code storage for the ECU. I would get the Airbag system fault codes pulled and read before you start replacing parts. Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  13. I'd check the AC System for Leaks, failing that check your AC Radiator. Check your Cooling Fans start and stop as well to be on the safe side. Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  14. I had to Flash my Sony Xperia Z2 with a custom version of Android after hours of testing and troubleshooting to get my Mobile Phone to work with and stay connected to the Z Bluetooth Module. Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk
  15. Are you using this on a Mobile Device? You are correct in that NDS II is the right version for the Z. However, I purchased NDS II for my Windows Laptop and I also purchased and use a Vagcom KKL USB Cable (£10-£15 on EBay) for a direct connection and Ive used it on many occasions without issue to connect to the Z's ECU and run diagnostic tasks/gather data to log files. I'd highly recommend this method if you're going to be doing a lot with NDS as although NDS supports ELM and Generic Bluetooth adapters results may vary. I have to admit though that I do use the Torque App on my Android Smartphone along with an ELM Bluetooth Adapter without issue (bar the odd hiccup). Sent from my Xperia Z2 using Tapatalk