As Shayne said check your tow socket isn't shorting out. I would also be looking to see if there is a switch of sorts on the transmission that possibly sends a signal to the ecu when reverse is shifted, it may be faulty?
Have you replaced the blown bulb yet?
Took another trip to our favourite 4x4 Park over the weekend. Our oldest son came for the first real test of his GU nissan patrol and my mate traveled up in his new jeep renegade to put it through its paces also for the first time.
Couple of Updates on the 150.
New control arms, Upper are the new OME ones from ARB. I don,t usually buy from ARB due to how overpriced they are. These are well priced and look to be great quality also. Although I did have to modify the Nipple holder in the cap and the cap retaining bolts were...
Oil around the filter area is normal after the filter is changed. If it was the switch it would likely always be on. If you dump the oil and check the oil pick up and its clean you can put the oil back in. These engines are about 15k au to replace.
This can be a sign that your oil pick up is blocked. Dump the engine oil and inspect the oil pick up by looking up through the sump plug hole. If the mesh looks nice and shiny it's good if it it is dark and clogged looking the sump will need removing and the pick up cleaned. If this is the case...
Did a day trip to swan gully just before the covid lockdown here. Video to come later.
It was pretty rough and overgrown in some parts.
Copped some panel damage on the front guard and a few new scratches.
I havnt owned the new one but it should be better. Only concern I have is it's a smaller engine pushing the same or more power. I have heard lots saying the 2.8 is gutless and lots saying it's more powerful than the 3.0. Best bet would be to drive one and see for yourself.