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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby jose123 » June 24th, 2017, 10:21 am

Any suggestions on where to change tranny fluid? Coming up on 50,000km.

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby Fearless » June 24th, 2017, 1:40 pm

Every 2 years or 30000km I believe, you could just pull the dipstick and see what colour it is, that should be your best indication

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby jose123 » June 30th, 2017, 10:05 am

The CVT in the B17 has no dipstick.
The user manual and tech manual says 50,000 km. I need someone competent to change it as the manual speaks of using the Consult reader to ensure proper levels.

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby nissubaru » September 12th, 2017, 10:21 am

G11 Bluebird Sylphy ABS unit. $1000.00 give away price. New + original!

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby nissubaru » September 26th, 2017, 10:53 am

Still here $1000.00

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby Mercenary » October 10th, 2017, 4:19 pm

jose123 wrote:The CVT in the B17 has no dipstick.
The user manual and tech manual says 50,000 km. I need someone competent to change it as the manual speaks of using the Consult reader to ensure proper levels.



Park up that car till u find someone competent enough.

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby jose123 » October 10th, 2017, 4:28 pm

Mercenary wrote:
jose123 wrote:The CVT in the B17 has no dipstick.
The user manual and tech manual says 50,000 km. I need someone competent to change it as the manual speaks of using the Consult reader to ensure proper levels.



Park up that car till u find someone competent enough.



U know :D
Repairs to a CVT high!

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby skylinechild » October 12th, 2017, 11:46 am

jose123 wrote:The CVT in the B17 has no dipstick.
The user manual and tech manual says 50,000 km. I need someone competent to change it as the manual speaks of using the Consult reader to ensure proper levels.


check ryotech performance he's a powerseller on tuner... he should be able to assist.

and the consult reader is just nissan proprietary hand held code reader
any professional level scantool ( not the $60 amazon tool) will be able to do alot - if not all - the functions of the consult.

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby jose123 » October 12th, 2017, 12:00 pm

skylinechild wrote:
jose123 wrote:The CVT in the B17 has no dipstick.
The user manual and tech manual says 50,000 km. I need someone competent to change it as the manual speaks of using the Consult reader to ensure proper levels.


check ryotech performance he's a powerseller on tuner... he should be able to assist.

and the consult reader is just nissan proprietary hand held code reader
any professional level scantool ( not the $60 amazon tool) will be able to do alot - if not all - the functions of the consult.


A competent, productive answer compared to the one before :)
Plenty high end readers don't read all the values off the Asian standard Consult.
Thanks, I'll do just that :)

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby shotta 20 » October 21st, 2017, 7:44 pm

Guys, need some assistance please. My Sylphy (Mr20) was working good all along, until the engine just cut off when driving. It re-started after a couple tumbles, but now it cuts off when revved past around 3000rpm.
Tried different fuel pump, injectors, maf sensor, throttle body, x pedal.
Scanned the vehicle but no codes showing up.

Anyone encountered a problem like this before?

Thanks.

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby skylinechild » October 22nd, 2017, 5:31 pm

shotta 20 wrote:Guys, need some assistance please. My Sylphy (Mr20) was working good all along, until the engine just cut off when driving. It re-started after a couple tumbles, but now it cuts off when revved past around 3000rpm.
Tried different fuel pump, injectors, maf sensor, throttle body, x pedal.
Scanned the vehicle but no codes showing up.

Anyone encountered a problem like this before?

Thanks.


ok so you got the car scanned did the tech just plug in the tool and said no codes came up or did the tech do a live data analysis on the car while the issue was taking place.??

some scan tools can only clear codes the more expensive tools can do data waveform analysis to determine ALL sensor values live off the car while its operating and can show you if any one fails

check ryotech performance on the forums he should be able to do a live analysis on the car to determine what is taking place.

come bk and let us know.

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby Vulcan Engineering » November 26th, 2017, 8:29 am

Good day, I'm in urgent need or help. I'm looking for a front shell for the new model Sylphy/Sentra B17 (2014) preferably with the HID lights or any body parts I can get to repair this car in the picture below will be useful. You can whatsapp me 715-5051. Thanks.
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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby dieselsingh » January 26th, 2018, 9:19 pm

Hey guys I am getting a problem just did a service on air flow throttle and changed plugs with original performance is better but I am getting a miss when accelerating especially going up a hill as if the car is bucking any one experience this or can advise

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Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby dieselsingh » January 26th, 2018, 9:24 pm

Hey guys need some assistance just finished servicing my Sylphy 2009 model I serviced the throttle the air flow sensor and changed plugs with original when accelerating it bucks and sometimes it sounds like it’s missing any ideas no check light on also note this does not happen all the time

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby skylinechild » February 3rd, 2018, 12:16 pm

dieselsingh wrote:Hey guys need some assistance just finished servicing my Sylphy 2009 model I serviced the throttle the air flow sensor and changed plugs with original when accelerating it bucks and sometimes it sounds like it’s missing any ideas no check light on also note this does not happen all the time



did you do the relearn proceedure...???

if not you will have to do this ....

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby jose123 » February 16th, 2018, 1:26 pm

Finally got around to changing the tranny fluid in the B17.
Ryan from Ryotech was amazing. He followed the service manual procedure to a T. I'd recommend him 100%

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby skylinechild » February 16th, 2018, 11:43 pm

jose123 wrote:Finally got around to changing the tranny fluid in the B17.
Ryan from Ryotech was amazing. He followed the service manual procedure to a T. I'd recommend him 100%


Isnt that what i said to do ?? take it to him. he does quality work and ensures the issue is resolved.

he works on all my cars and he also fixed my transmission for me....
he doesnt do transmission work but as is me he did it... :lol: :lol:

i currently tryin to get him to rebuild a set of calipers for meh... :lol:

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby jose123 » March 7th, 2018, 7:44 pm

In need of a fuel pump for a TB17 JDM

The numbers on the sticker are:
UG2X28d020
17040 3RWDA 2X28D
Or at least looks like this.

Can't find it in the scrapyards nor on-line.

Any help?

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby skylinechild » March 7th, 2018, 9:44 pm

jose123 wrote:In need of a fuel pump for a TB17 JDM

The numbers on the sticker are:
UG2X28d020
17040 3RWDA 2X28D
Or at least looks like this.

Can't find it in the scrapyards nor on-line.

Any help?

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you make a mistake bruh tying the part number

i highlighted it in red for u

the correct part # is 17040-3RW0A <<< second to last character is "0" (zero) NOT a "D"

in your send pic - with you holding the unit giving the entire pic - thats the hanger assembly. - it "hangs" ( or suspends / holds) the fuel pump and fuel level sender and necessary stuff.

usually a fuel pump looks like this - generic pic used here -
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however i not seeing where the fuel pump is on the hanger assembly.
i doubt the nissan engineers were THAT special to make it encased into the hanger assembly...

if they did youre kinda screwed.

two ways you can fix it...

1. buy the genuine item from japan - now that you have the correct part # - plz note buying this will include a new hanger assembly new sender unit etc etc . essentially everything youre holding in ur hand.

link from amayama >>> https://www.amayama.com/en/part/nissan/170403rw0a

OR

2. buy an aftermarket fuel pump - remove the old pump from the hanger and install the new pump- a multi meter will be able to tell you which wire is positive and negative.

only thing is you have to be sure the new after market pump can push the same amount of fuel at the correct pressure in order to work.

if it pushes too much pressure - psi - no worries - install an after market fuel pressure regulator in the engine bay and u good to go. << think of it as a sporty upgrade from stock :lol:

came across this on ebay
https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-NISSAN-FAC ... pl&vxp=mtr

it looks very similar to what you need and the part numbers matching up 1/2 way... a pump from another nissan car - dunno which one but it MAY work for u.

to be honest... option #2 looks good to me.

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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby fishingmanfren » April 23rd, 2018, 11:52 am

Good Day ppl, having a problem with my bb sylphy mr20. My HOT Temperature dashboard light comes on while driving on the highway.. it happen a few times and the light cut off after a while.. I also notice the AC unit blowing hot air only when the HOT light signal is on. When it cuts off, the AC starts back blowing cold air. I am not sure whats the matter but i think its the radiator fan..not sure? any one can assist? thanks.

Update: i checked the two fans after i saw the hot light came on. Fans working.... what now?
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Re: Blubird Sylphy Owners club

Postby jose123 » April 28th, 2018, 10:47 am

Need some help:
Check engine light is on.
Champ Flues Auto, after 3 scans (charging for each one) and turning around the plugs and coil packs thinks it's the injectors. After their injector service same issue. Once again, charging for a scan they think it's the injectors that need to be physically removed for cleaning.
Auto 8 thinks it's a bad coil pack.
Ryoyech, after a full check, also believes it is the injectors. Everything else checks out on his machine which is basically the one I trust.

Question: who can point me to a competent tech who can remove the fuel rail and physically examine it and correct the problem? Or someone who can assist to repair the problem?

Thanks.

BTW a big thank you to @skylinechild for helping on the fuel pump That car is up and running perfectly!

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