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Today at Atelier Kaz - Private NSX Enthusiast, ex-Honda R&D engineer with F1, Indy/CART background

Eng Refresh, Health Check, etc 43

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Unlike the original lower height IG coil cover, these harness covers are still available and not that too expensive.

Briefly tested removing these poor coatings but it felt it may turn the black plastic into dull/grey/white finish.

Therefore, decided not to go any further.

Instead, it's much more cost effective to simply replace them with the new ones.

Spent fair amount of time tidying up all these wires behind the audio head unit, centre console, glove box, etc but won't post photo for the obvious reason.

When I wanted to replace the security LED indicator, found that previous installation was using some sort of plastic base hard glued to the centre console.

Bit scary trying to remove it when under very cold condition so warmed up the console and slowly but gradually removed it.

New LED installed and if required, should be easy to remove.

The noisy, dusty cabin air temperature sensor with aspirator fan.

You don't want to know this is what you were breathing while inside the cabin…..

Cleaned and adjusted the spindle shaft clearance to minimise the noise.

Was already working on the ABS and Bose speaker AMP but stopped for now as I wanted to be able to drive the car to get the MOT done.

Depending on the booking situation, will plan the remaining tasks and move onto the next NSX already sitting at my place.