A GREAT TOOL for Renix owners!

Thanks Nick, for developing the REM. Renix Engine Monitor

Our trusty old Renix systems will carry on even longer now. For the price of one or two sensors that didn’t need replacing, this tool pays for itself. See it here:  http://nickintimedesign.wordpress.com/

I’ve had the factory DRB tool for years, but Nick’s REM is actually easier to use and has a long lead on it so monitoring can be done from the driver’s seat. Factory one couldn’t do that.

I appreciate Nick’s ongoing contributions to the Renix Jeep community. Keep up the good work.


11 thoughts on “A GREAT TOOL for Renix owners!”

  1. Yes, that REM is AWESOME! I use it daily, great for seeing what the beast is doing, but irreplaceable for troubleshooting.
    Best tool I’ve ever bought.
    Thankfully, a guy that likes building XJs also likes building computers SCORE! Thanks Nick!
    If you own a Renix and don’t have one of these, you’re really cheating yourself.

  2. Wow wow WOW!! NickInTimeDesign and Cruiser54!! What a one two punch to the benefit of ALL of the older Jeep XJ owners out there!! Because of these two (I gotta give credit where it’s due!!), our XJ and MJ jeeps will live on FOREVER!!

  3. 88 xj will not rev past 2000 rpm no matter what I do. I NEED HELP. Bought Nick’s scanner, nothing seems out of wack on it. I have new o2 ,new plugs ,cap ,rotor ,fuel filter ,CPS, TPS.

  4. I have read this thread and I recently had to test fuel pressure on my Renix 2.5 TBI troubleshooting a fuel issue. I want to share a tip. I took out the fuel pressure test port plug on the throttle body and screwed in a Forney brand tank valve (Schrader type) part number #75543. Give it a little twist when removing it for the first time because it has threadlocker on it. Then I was able to connect a fuel pressure gauge with a Schrader type connector to test my fuel pressure. Then I put the plug back after I’m done.

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