Access Stored Procedure error

I am changing some code and getting an error from SQL can anyone help?

Access code:
Dim DN, NS As String
Dim ED As Date
DN = "000000000578436"
NS = "Loaded"
ED = Format(Date, "YYYY/MM/DD")

        objCmd.CommandText = "sp_UpdateDespCustForm" & " '" & DN & "', '" & NS & ", '" & ED & "'"
        objCmd.ActiveConnection = adoConn
        Set objRs = objCmd.Execute

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SQL Stored procedure:
@DespNote char(15), @Stage char(9), @EstDelDate nvarchar(10)
AS
DELETE FROM [dbo].[CusMdnMaster+] WHERE DispatchNote = @DespNote and KeyInvoice= space(20)
set @EstDelDate= convert(datetime, @EstDelDate, 103)
INSERT INTO [dbo].[CusMdnMaster+] (DispatchNote, KeyInvoice, ProcessStage, DeliveryDate)
VALUES (@DespNote, space(20), @Stage, @EstDelDate)

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SQL Error
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
@EstDelDate is nvarchar(10) and you're trying to store a datetime on it (set @EstDelDate= convert(datetime, @EstDelDate, 103))

If @EstDelDate is in this format 'YYYYMMDD' then you won't need any conversion and insert the value directly so SQL Server engine will convert it implicitly.
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
declare your ED variable as string. I know it contains a date but since you format it, the result is a string.
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HKFueyAuthor Commented:
Hi Guys,

I have now: "ED = Format(Date, "YYYYMMDD")" and Declared as string. It works!
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HKFueyAuthor Commented:
Thank You!
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