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P38A Nanacom Diesel Sussex

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Lukas018, Jul 5, 2020.

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  1. Lukas018

    Lukas018 Active Member

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    Hi,

    Is there anyone who could lend me their diesel Nanacom at all as just need to check live data?

    I am near Gatwick, West Sussex and would cover time I can pick it up and drop back?

    I did consults LZIR map but no real luck.

    Thank you only need it for a day.

    Being desperate here as just need to finalise a few issues.

    Thank you
     
  2. wammers

    wammers STILL BREATHING. Donater

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    Someone may come and check it for you but i doubt anyone will lend you one. You do need to know how to use them. Modulation has nothing to do with your problem. Modulation is about timing correction. High modulation means your static timing is retarded and low modulation means it is advanced. Your modulation with new chains will be lowish until chains relax a bit and static advance gets near to 0.90mm.
     
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    Wazzajnr Well-Known Member

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    Didn't someone used to lend theirs out for a hefty deposit?
    @martyuk was it you perhaps?
     
  4. Lukas018

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    Ok looks like will need to buy one and save up. Will speak to Rick as he has full software nanacom was based I assume this will provide the information I need.

    If I source one, I just scan for faults and record the live data for you to have a look at?
     
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    You can record live data but not often necessary. It will provide information in the sense that it will report any fault codes that are present and allow you to clear them and see what comes back. It will allow you to see the modulation, the MAP sensor output, needle lift sensor operation etc.
     
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    I hire out the syncmates for all engine types, but don't hire out my Nanocom, sorry. I am happy to do plug ins for people if they are around where I am in Swindon/Wiltshire and would happily go out to give someone local a hand though.
     
  7. Lukas018

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    ok mate. I have just bitten the bullet and ordered a Nanocom. Few ££ lighter :eek:
     
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