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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby Parvin » September 13th, 2018, 10:34 am

Aite kool.

But cutting you say? To mount the bottom piece?

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby fras » September 16th, 2018, 7:35 pm

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/evo-how-requests-questions-tips/444009-how-hvac-double-din-mod.html

https://youtu.be/mxYSjphwYSs

their are kits where u dont have to cut the trim...

i found this was cleaner/better looking as i have gauges... could go single din dvd
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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby Parvin » September 16th, 2018, 8:01 pm

I'll stick to the stock set up then.

Will post the Dash Kit for sale.

And I already had it hydro dipped for my theme eh :(

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby KURMAman » September 17th, 2018, 12:07 am

I did this same project awhile ago and posted it here....

https://www.trinituner.com/v4/forums/vi ... tart=14280

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby Parvin » September 17th, 2018, 9:47 am

I'd really like to go through with it but I don't want to have to be cutting and messing up anything

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby Soochi boi » September 17th, 2018, 10:46 am

Don’t have cut anything, may have to “flex” certain pieces of plastic as its aftermarket and isn’t 100% accurate but did this conversion a month ago on a cs2. The only main problem was the lines for the AC controls . A bit troublesome and best to do it with someone assisting you .

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby nissan4life » September 17th, 2018, 8:20 pm

My cs brothers it's been a long time.asking for my cousin as I ve never come across this issue
Cs3 with a 4g18 engine,tumbles but refuses to start.
He changed coil packs and I determined fuel pump is working and the car is receiving good fuel at injector side.
I tested coil plugs are receiving just below 12 volts to the coil harness with ignition on.
Tried testing for a spark by tumbling the ignition with spark plugs grounded to the body.
One minute I can see the spark and another nothing at all.
Anyone ever experienced this before or have any ideas.
crank or Cam sensor can cause these issues?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated


special thanks to djruncrowd, it was exactly what you stated.
After checking the crankshaft sensor for no start no spark, i realised this was the cultprit. while changing it out I also noticed the connector for it (closest to timing belt cover)had become very brittle, so i cut and crimped spades to that as well to avoid any future issues.
Cousin car is back to starting in one tumble
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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby Parvin » September 18th, 2018, 9:11 pm

Assistance please guys.

Ac/blower controls stopped working. I checked all fuses and they’re good, yet still it’s not working. The panel lights up when the park lights are turned on but that’s all I’m getting from it.

It worked fine this morning. When I tried to use the ac this evening I realized it wasn’t working.

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby nissan4life » September 19th, 2018, 2:15 pm

Parvin wrote:Assistance please guys.

Ac/blower controls stopped working. I checked all fuses and they’re good, yet still it’s not working. The panel lights up when the park lights are turned on but that’s all I’m getting from it.

It worked fine this morning. When I tried to use the ac this evening I realized it wasn’t working.



Cs forum not what is used to be, men not helpful at all this rounds.

Parvin first thing is to check if the compressor is engaging, also check if the blower motor is getting 12v on harness or you can take blower motor out and check directly to battery. This will eliminate the blower as the cause.
It could also be the ac control unit itself as those units/contacts go and you may only get the ac to turn on ,on one speed (usually the one you used the least,number 4)

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby Parvin » September 19th, 2018, 2:45 pm

^^^

Thanks man. I’ll get it checked later today

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby ronsin1 » October 14th, 2018, 6:49 am

nissan4life wrote:My cs brothers it's been a long time.asking for my cousin as I ve never come across this issue
Cs3 with a 4g18 engine,tumbles but refuses to start.
He changed coil packs and I determined fuel pump is working and the car is receiving good fuel at injector side.
I tested coil plugs are receiving just below 12 volts to the coil harness with ignition on.
Tried testing for a spark by tumbling the ignition with spark plugs grounded to the body.
One minute I can see the spark and another nothing at all.
Anyone ever experienced this before or have any ideas.
crank or Cam sensor can cause these issues?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated


special thanks to djruncrowd, it was exactly what you stated.
After checking the crankshaft sensor for no start no spark, i realised this was the cultprit. while changing it out I also noticed the connector for it (closest to timing belt cover)had become very brittle, so i cut and crimped spades to that as well to avoid any future issues.
Cousin car is back to starting in one tumble
Was a scan done to determine if there are any bad sensors. It's a possibility the crank or cam sensor is bad.

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby venum » October 15th, 2018, 12:01 am

drive by to see what allyuh fellas up to in my absence . . .

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Re: The Official CS Lancer Thread!

Postby nissan4life » October 15th, 2018, 10:53 am

venum with the current crime situation you cant be driving by them hrs of the morning.
Thats hour for corn.


Ronsin the issue was sorted out but to answer you, no cel came up so the car was not scanned. on advise from djruncowd i tested for no start no spark condition on the coils and realised the crankshaft was bad and the connector closest to timing belt was also brittle. Time i unplugged the sensor the whole adapter came apart in my hand.
I literally had to plug each wire back into new crankshaft sensor and use silcone to bond the connectors together in the plug.

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