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Old 11-04-2013, 10:43 PM
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wtf is this guy trying to explain??

At this time you can do the necessary wiring changes. Cut open the transmission wiring harness. Cut off both counter shaft speed sensor connectors, the torque lock-up connector, and up/down shift connector. Leave the torque lock-up wires (yellow and green/black) exposed and re-tape the harness. These wires will be hooked up to the reverse light switch on the transmission later. In the passenger side kick panel, seperate the red/white and white/black wires from the connector that went to the Transmission Control Module. Extend these wires to the auto shifter harness and hook them to the yellow and green/black wires. Connect the red/white wire to the yellow and the white/black wire to the green/black for the reverse lights. Re-install passenger side kick panel. Unplug both clutch switch connectors from the assembly. Connect both solid black wires together, extend them and connect to the black wire in the shifter harness. Extend the black/pink wire and connect to the pink wire in the shifter harness. Extend the black/green wire to the shifter harness and install a female spade connector to the end of it. Connect this wire to terminal 86 on a 30amp relay. Cut the connector off of the big black/white and black/red wires that are beside the shifter harness. Install a female spade to the end of the black/red wire and hook it to terminal 87 on the relay. Install a female spade to the end of the black/white wire and add a 6 inch section of wire in with it. Connect the black/white wire to terminal 30 on the relay. Install a female spade on the 6 inch section of wire and connect to terminal 85 on the relay. While you have the passenger side disasembled remove the cover plate for the ECU and unbolt and change to the manual ECU, this is straight forward, everything plugs in just as it came out.

4th Gen (92-96): Auto to Manual Transmission Conversion. - Honda Forum : Honda and Acura Car Forums




I have followed to the point of finishing wiring the reverse lights, by bringing the red/white, and white black, to the yellow and green black at the auto shifter harness. and then connecting the yellow and green/black wires that used to plug into the solenoid on the auto trans to the reverse switch on the manual trans?

but he looses me at the clutch harnesses........ where are those located? i cant find them in the service manual..... and he confuses me as far as where the black wires i connect together go to, at the assembly????? i figured he meant at the shifter assembly, and then he says, extend a wire off them and connect to the black at the shifter assembly???

and how am i supposed to connect the same wire to the 30 amp relay twice??? in 2 different spots???

anyone else have a simpler wiring explanation for the auto to 5spd swap on a 4th gen??? it is not the same as the 5th......

i need to know the wiring for the reverse lights, how to start the car, by shorting what 2 wires together?? and the clutch pedal to starter relay, is that the same as the 5th gen?

anyone that knows, it will be greatly appreciated, im so confused at this point............ and i need to know this by this weekend. im gonna continue digging myself, but im not really getting anywhere...
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Re: wtf is this guy trying to explain??

this is the nuetral safety switch in the auto shifter, that prevents the car from starting in gear. this is the wiring diagram for it.



now, since i am removing the auto shifter, the switch will not complete the circuit, which wont let me start the car....

so, would i be able to extend the black/white, and black/red wires from the harness still in the car, to each end of the clutch switch on the pedal, so the circuit would only complete when the clutch pedal is pressed in? would that work? or should i just connect black/white, and black/red together, and wire the pedal switch another way??

if i wired it to the pedal, would it affect the car from being able to run when i release the clutch pedal, it should right? cause the starter is only used to crank the car, then its not needed correct?
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No input from anyone? I guess I'll try it out, and let everyone know how it turns out
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