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ECUTalk Consult LCD Display V2 User Guide

June 29th, 2010 · No Comments

The ECUTalk Consult LCD Display is a diagnostic and monitoring display for Nissan cars supporting the Consult diagnostic protocol. The display is ‘plug and play’ into the factory consult port (14 pin grey female connector located near the driver’s side fuse box, see picture below). The Consult protocol itself supports operations such as reading sensor values, stored error codes, running active tests, or reading a specific RAM or ROM address in the car’s computer.
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The ECUTalk display will work on most petrol powered Nissan cars built in the 1990s with the consult port (see image on right). It will not work if you don’t have the stock ECU (e.g. PowerFC). Piggyback/interceptor ECU modifications are generally OK. It currently may not work on diesel engine Nissans (if you have a spare Nissan diesel engine ECU please contact us as it would help for adding support for diesel engines). Some common vehicles that are supported include (but is not limited to):
R32 Skyline (9/89+ only) / R33 Skyline / R34 Skyline
C34 Stagea
S13/S14/S15 Silvia / 180SX / 200SX / 240SX (SR20/KA24DE engines only, not CA18)
Z32 300ZX
N14/N15 Pulsar (including GTiR) / N15 Almera
B13 NX Couple / NX-R Coupe / NX100 / NX1600 / NX2000
B13/B14 Sentra / Sunny
P10/P11 Infiniti G20 / Primera (not P11-144, this is OBDII which is not consult compatible)
K11 Micra
U13 Bluebird
GQ/GU Patrol (TB42E, TB45E only, check for port, if you have OBDII plug then adaptor may be available)
R50 Pathfinder WX (VG33E, 95-98, other models not tested)
G50 Infiniti Q45
Y32 Cedric/Cima (VG20/VG30 engines, not RD28)


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