Drives : Nissan NV200 Flies : Rans S6ES
I was hoping the signal voltage on the OBD connector would be much higher than that. I've advised quite a few folk on the forum who have had speed sensor problems and the signal voltage is normally close to 12V. I'm surprised yours is so. But the speedo is working, I assume, so is this a fault or not? I'm not sure now to be honest. It certainly isn't normal based on my previous experience. But I don't know if it is the cause of the cruise control failure.I reversed down the driveway, then back up. Terminal 6 remained ~2.6V.
#14 on the ODB connector read: 1.8V without the key and ~2.93V with the key turned on
Do you own an OBD scan tool? It might be worth checking to see if there are any speed sensor trouble codes logged in the engine ECU. Maybe that will give us a clue.