The PNP is on the transmission on Autos and Sticks, not on the T-case. Since the PNP switch detects neutral in both trans, and it also detects park in an auto, the ATP doesn't actually detect a park position?
From what I have read about titans, X's, and Frontiers, I think the neutral sensor is next to the 4LO?
Yeah, I had a blond moment... It's a park neutral position switch, so it's obviously on the transmission.
I'm pretty sure I got all the answers I need in my other thread. I love this place...I would be so lost without CF. I blame you guys for making me spend money on my truck in the form of mods and wheeling trips, but it balances out when I save money by not having to pay someone to do all the maintenance and repairs for me (except when I break $200 parts, but I've only done that once...so far...).
Originally Posted by Zero Six LE
Those are great batteries. Did you get a group 35?
Today's plan for the truck is to place a large order from Courtesy Parts. I'm going to be purchasing:
* Vent control valve
* Evap canister filter kit
* Evap pressure sensor
* Wait detection switch
* 4LO switch
* ATP switch (looks like my 6 speed has one)
* Drain plug for the rear diff
re: What have you done for your Frontier today/lately?
Went to the local shop with some install instructions for the leveling kit and camber bolts for my mechanic to look at.
Made the appointment for Feb 5th
We're supposed to have nice weather the next couple days I'll try to get my UCA bump stops put on.
__________________ 2010 P4X CC: 2.5in/2in Lift (ADF&PRG), SPC UCA's, Xoskel Bumper Mouth Bracket w/ 4 Rigid Industries Duallys, Superchips Tuned 87 Performance w/WOT Removed, Kool Vue CAI, Rear Axle Vent Mod, Bakflip G2, Radiator bypass, LED conversion.
In Progress: 285's, IMS, exhaust, LED courtesy lights, super on the down-low LED light bar project, Cargo light delete, skids, LED reverse floods, coilovers Axle Vent Mod & Radiator Bypass South Jersey
Tell those plants it's January... You get pollen and I get 6" of snow
They won't listen to me. I can't compete with mother nature. I hit a big juicy bug on my way home today. When bugs are flying into your windshield, you know the weather must be nice. Some of the pollen blew off the hood when I started driving down the highway.
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