Help! my 2nd gen Jspec mx6 4ws is permanently stuck in 2ws mode, but how can this be if the 4ws indicator stays off in normal drive mode. Obviously something is mal functioning but there are definately no diag fault codes showing so what's going on. I would really appreciate some guidance on this one. Also can any one supply me with the Control unit pinouts for the 2nd Gen MX6 model. I have some info for the 1st gen unit but I can see that mine is very different having more pinouts. Also where is the Relay Timer Unit located.
the only help i can be is i know the 1g gen one if you unplug BOTH modules, it will turn off the light and 4ws will not work. unfortunately i don't know jack about the 2md gen models, but i can only assume there is either no power (a couple burnt fuses) or there's no p/s pressure back there. but that's assuming its like ours and somehow not getting pressure and not throwing a code.
Capella CG 4WS = 626 Hatchback 4WS
CG stands for City Gear
Capella C² GT-X = MX-6 with FE-DOHC Engine, ABS and AAS
C² stands for Composite Coupe
Note: In Japan, only the Hatchback got the 4WS first (1987), the Coupe and 4-Door version got it a year later (1988)...
4WS Owners Post Here!
i think we should start a thread for all the 4ws 1st genners.
current pic of car
does the 4ws still work
works 90% of the time.
megasquirt, 2.5" turbo back
bleh, i love this thing.
In europe i can''t get any pattern parts for the 4WS exhoust, the differance with the 2ws is mainly that the connection flanzes are mounted at an angle instead of horizontal as on the 2ws.
Now was my rear muffler shot, and i had e few 2ws in the shed......
I wanted to fix one of them without...
So my 89 mx6 gt with 4ws decided slide on the ice last night and smacked into a curb. The drive side rear wheel is turned out beyond driveability. Found the bent part and was wondering if anyone knew what it was and where to get a new one. Or would it just be safe to take off and bend straight??
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