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  1. Health Check, Brake OH, Koyo Rad, etc 08

    by , Today at 01:46 PM (Today at Atelier Kaz - NSX Enthusiast)
    Back to NSX servicing……

    As reported earlier, the header tank was leaking the coolant from the area where the upper and lower tank were bonded.
    As I had new one in stock, replaced it.

    The tank and Type-R cover were treated with 303 protectant before the installation.

    Hope it will last longer this time
  2. A/C CCU Board service 02

  3. A/C CCU Board service 01

    by , Today at 11:36 AM (Today at Atelier Kaz - NSX Enthusiast)
    Addition to the Bose AMP and Alpine Audio Head Unit, I was working on the A/C CCU board for another owner recently.

    The owner bought the NSX recently and noticed that the fan speed control only operates when it was set at the max speed setting so typical CCU board failure mode.
    Basically, when the fan speed is set at max, it bypass the power transistor’s base voltage duty control and simply triggers the blower high speed relay and applies battery voltage on the blower motor resulting
  4. Bose Speaker AMP, Alpine Audio Head Unit Service 02

    by , Yesterday at 10:49 PM (Today at Atelier Kaz - NSX Enthusiast)

    And after removing many capacitors including the ones not in the photo, found out that some of the circuit pattern/track were dissolved and one of them was damaged by the previous service.

  5. Bose Speaker AMP, Alpine Audio Head Unit Service 01

    by , Yesterday at 10:37 PM (Today at Atelier Kaz - NSX Enthusiast)

    While servicing the NSX, in the background, I was helping other owners for the Bose AMP, audio head unit and the A/C CCU.
    Just touching on the AMP and head unit in this post.

    As always, I recommend all owners to carry out the preventative measure with the well-known issues on our NSX as it will save one’s time and money a lot.

    This owner acted early enough with his Bose AMP that although the capacitors were already leaking,
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