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wal280z last won the day on September 30 2018

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  1. Got to agree with Greg @gwri8, even if this was not his thought pattern - Nissan is the OEM parts supplier -- Z Car Source and the other vendors, purchase from Nissan, and will sell Greg a set of fusible links, as well as Jon, Jane, and ... They will order a set of 10 to re-stock, (hopefully) ensuring the 'demand'. Once the demand decreases (and Nissan no longer stocks this part) the price goes up. Of course, this just my $0.02 that isn't worth a penny...
  2. Thank you - I have been blessed by your skillful review and I'm confident we are at the end of the revisions. I'm pretty sure you'd sleep better at ZCon... LOL.... Seriously, a huge thank you to you and Chas for being so patient with me with this revision. A special kudo's goes out to @EuroDat for starting the recent fusible link thread to confirm what was already suspected. I also wish to thank all of the private messages I have received regarding this diagram. I appreciate and am also humbled by all the kind words regarding this diagram.
  3. Now that all the (known) issues have been addressed and edited, I have updated Revision N to the download section. Changes to Revision N 1) Fixed wire colors going to oil pressure sender and tachometer resistor. 2) Changed fusible link positions to reflect correct positions on vehicle. 3) Changed internal picture of alternator. N77ZCAR-WIRING.pdf
  4. Yes, indeed. I (wrongly) *thought* that you were looking at the table, and either was dyslexic or typed in the information you saw backwards. Until I opened the fiche, zoomed into that feature to 150%, it became clear to me at that point that there were 3 key #5 and one key 6 in the picture. With all the information discussed earlier, we can safely assume that the key numbers shown in the picture area are backwards. I apologize for responding that way, it was uncalled for, as well as inappropriate to add in this discussion.
  5. @Zed Head I think that you are TOO focused on minutiae. You can see the forest from the trees, I hope. As the pictorial diagram you re-posted, yes, Key 5 and Key 6 are the fusible links. Key 6 shows THREE 0.3 fusible links and Key 5 shows ONE 1.25 fusible link. My post #59 was to show that the factory diagrams AND fiche MATCH the MISTAKE of placement of the fusible links.
  6. Maybe you need to see a doctor... or optometrist... Key 6 = 3, Key 5 = 1 I understand mixing things up, I do it all the time....
  7. Not to beat a dead horse, but I got a hair up my asre'y and decided to look up what Nissan published in the fiche... Same error of misplacement on the location of the fusible links... Maybe Nissan had it right (in the design), and the (unknown) manufacturer of the wiring harness had a oops moment.... for all of the whole production year(s).... how DEEP shall we DIG.....
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  10. The brown fusible links were replaced by 30A Maxi-fuses. Why? Fusible link "D" has the most draw on the right-hand side of the fuse-block inside the cabin. It hasn't blown. I didn't want to start high and end up melting the inside fuse-block. The alternator output is at an 80A maxi-fuse. My memory is going to the crapper and that crapper is flushed multiple times a day, but, if I recall correctly, I found a internally regulated 65A alternator from a early 80's Maxima in the junkyard. There's a 60A Maxi-fuse, and there's an 80A Maxi-fuse. Which would you choose?
  11. I was thinking I was an isolated nut case..... I'm not the only one that does that!!!
  12. Call it what you want.... I've got 2 (well, one now since I used a slot for my headlight relay feed) spare +12V fused feeds that I don't have to tap off the battery. No gremlins and no maintenance. Nothing about this screams 'bling'.
  13. @Captain Obvious Bruce, I can't read minds, nor do I wish to, that's just a 'B' grade Sci-fi movie mixed with an episode of the Twilight Zone... NO THANKS.... I do know that for the 1978 model year, that the wiring harness changed with an internally regulated alternator as well as changes in where the fuel injection relays. That said, post #12 I posted a snip from the 1978 diagram. Given our off-line conversation regarding the actual location of said fusible links in the 1977, can we assume that the carry-over of the mis-placement in the 1977 diagram to the 1978 diagram? Seem logical. It's happened before. That said, I don't have a 1978 harness to trace or verify the placement of said links.
  14. wal280z

    Horn relay

    @Zed Head THIS post, was for @7tooZ dilemma on his '71 270. I cannot comment on @saridout 's diagram as I have not studied it nor do I have a 1976 to compare it to. That said, although I did not scan the cover to PROVE it was a 1976 diagram, I assure you and others that it was from a 1976 FSM. As shown in the other active thread, @SteveJ posted a diagram from Xemon's site, to be from a 1977. It is, in fact, NOT. I'm not blaming SteveJ, nor am I pointing fingers at Xenon.... i do understand that, with an overload of information, files may have been saved in folders/files due to whatever factors were involved. This is just a small part of MISINFORMATION..... I mean, the internet doesn't lie, right? I apologize for not answering your question directly, now, back to 7tooZ's thread....
  15. wal280z

    Horn relay

    I realize you spent some money for that diagram, but have you checked the download section lately? @EuroDat produced some very nice color diagrams for the 240's and may help.
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