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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The current draw is going to almost double,from 4.5 amps to 8.3,I wouldn't be so worried of the wiring ,it will handle the increase as I would of the your relays as this is where the increased draw is going to have the most affect.Generally all electrical componenets are designed to handle 33% over what they are rated at,they will work but this will shorten the lifespan of your relays by as much as 50%.
Posted on May 04, 2009
Remove inner panel carefully. find 2 black circle stickers and raise glass to access 2 screws holding glass. Door vent does not need to be removed.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
after i replaced the battery in my 2003 350z, it would stall immediatly after i cranked it on unless i gave it a little gas. I fixed this by cleaning the MAF and throtle body valve. Total supply costs were $15 and took about 20 minutes. My Z is not only fixed but runs smoother and cleaner.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
Code 335 is for a problem with the crank sensor. It could be a faulty sensor, the object the sensor reads, or the wiring from the sensor back to the computer.
Posted on Sep 30, 2012
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