|Posted: May 08 2005 at 2:33am | IP Logged
Wow man... hey shook, I hate to say it, but do us all a favor, and SLOW DOWN. Also try using sentences. Please, for my head's sake.
You can get a truck to spin tires on dry pavement, even with an auto. Mine does it all the time. Of course, I think in my case it's more of really crummy tires. But I know it'll still spin them with a good set... you just need the right type of pavement.
Also Shook, he's got 2 things going against him that we dont. Weight, and 4x4. Now Laziale, what type of engine do you have? The 3.3 or the 2.4?
Now for the disconnecting of the traction control. There should be a connector hooked to the differential. But there's a slight problem with disconnecting this. It's probably going to set off a warning light in the truck. And you'll have to go down to Nissan to have it cleared. I haven't really looked at the new 05's. But the principal is all the same.
The sensors determine which tire is spinning faster, or if both of them are, and cuts the power. If the sensors can't read the difference, it can't let the ECU know which one to cut power to.
Fight back this year, do your Tax Return in Roman Numerals.
05 Toyota Tacoma X-Runner
90 Nissan Maxima SE
12 Nissan Xterra S