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Old 09-30-2010, 03:20 PM
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some help plzzz

hi i need some help from you plz. about the Clutch interlock switch,
i did a 5 speed swap in my 2000 prelude base, i got the h22a engine , tranny and the ecu with the harness.
now i need help the clutch pedal has two switchs,is the clutch interlock switch black or yellow.
i dont have any wire that will connect to the switch where does this wire i need come from...
cuz now my car wont start without that right and not let the fuel pump work..
the black switch has 3 pins and the yellow one has only 2 pins Which one do i use and where does the come from cuz i dont see that wire...


when i turn the key i dont here the fuel pump like before the swap...hellllllllllllllllllp


does the clutch interlock switch not let the fuel pump to work...
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Re: some help plzzz

I just know you have to push in the clutch to be able to get power to the ignition but I don't know about the fuel pump. That might also be true. Hmmm so you don't have a wire to plug into the yellow switch is what you are saying? I'll look at my car after class and trace the wires best I can, But I'm sure they will tuck into wire loom and I'm not about to go ripping that stuff out.

you sure this isn't in the forums somewhere I have heard so many doing 5 speed swaps.

I searched and this is what I found
tranny swap

Pretty funny huh???? My guess its in here somewhere. I'll keep looking

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Re: some help plzzz

Hope this helps a little. Sorry there are no pics.

Wiring up clutch pedal starter cutoff
Tools used:
-Wire strippers
-wire caps

Ok, prepare for a mini lesson on how the car works. There is this little doo dad called the starter relay, its under the dashboard as seen here:


Basically, in order to have the starter crank, the light blue wire has to be grounded. What grounds this wire you say? The immobilizer. Now, we want it to be non-grounded when the clutch is not in pushed in, even if the immobilizer says "ok the key is right, start it up". So what do we do? We use the switch on the clutch pedal to prevent it from completing the circuit UNLESS the switch is triggered (in which the circuit would complete). This is what is going on.


To do this, first cut the blue wire that goes into the starter relay somewhere in the middle. Strip off the plastic off both sides. Then use some wire (I suggest 8g-10g), connect one to each side of the newly cut starter relay cable. The other end goes to the clutch pedal switch. What terminals exactly? Well, pictures are worth a thousand words

This is where it is at:


This is how you wire it. You can make either wire go to either thing, it doesnt have to be the way i show it, its just a switch.


I tore off the housing to reveal the two prongs, and soldered a wire to each. Proceeded to add sealant.


Find the starter relay:


Locate the LIGHT BLUE wire (NOT the blue/red!!!) :


Cut it:


Strip it:


Remember the red wires from the clutch pedal? Well, twist em, and cap em!



If your like me, doing this little by little your car wont start unless you press the switch... Its impossible to put your hand in there while cranking unless your some sort of octopus/stretch man hybrid. Solution? Well there is two:
(Recommended) Simply get some clip leads and clip the two light blue wires.


Or, clip the light blue terminal of the starter relay to ground. It'll always crank, even without the right programmed key!!
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Re: some help plzzz

Here is where I got it from with the pics.

http://www.preludepower.com/forums/s...d.php?t=302157
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