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3at to 5-speed swap, what do i need?
Posted 12 February 2004 - 01:46 PM
i'd like folks to chime in on what i need so i can make a list of what to take off the loyale.. cause once its gone, its gone.. it'll prolly go to another usmb member for reviving though
Posted 12 February 2004 - 01:51 PM
Posted 12 February 2004 - 02:45 PM
Posted 12 February 2004 - 03:09 PM
on the other hand, since you have the hookups i could use a brown PB shifter knob, and centerconsole piece with the shift boot in brown..
i'm short a flywheel and clutch on this car, but i have tons of ea82T setups layin around so will end up usin one of them.. i think its a bit beefier anyways..
Posted 12 February 2004 - 03:36 PM
SPFI fuel injection.
Anybody care to comment on the compatibility of an ECU on an automatic tranny car vs a manual car?
I think they are the same and one needs a jumper wire to tell it that there is an automatic in play??
Has anybody ever heard of the neutral switch?
not the neutral safety switch
But the neutral switch in a manual transmission.??
He knows about the neutral saftey switch override.
Posted 12 February 2004 - 06:17 PM
swap driveshaft, rear diff
the turbo flywheel will fit the same, uses same clutch parts too. get some longer bolts if you dont have any with the flywheel, they use a finer thread than the standard 1.25
i believe its 1.00 thread, M 10. take an pld pressure plate boly with u for comparison
the 88 DOES NOT have a neutral switch, but the loyale does. it should be on the pedal box, but it will not be used on the 88.
you WILL have to bypass the auto's neutral safety, either jump a wire in the shifter harness, or simply go pushbutton from the fuse panel(or other 12 v source) to the spall prong on the back of the starter. that circuit is low amps, so a bug heavt duty"starter switch" is not necessary, just use a other purpose button, or the "horn switch" they sell at autozone
Posted 12 February 2004 - 08:35 PM
This statement is false.
"the 88 DOES NOT have a neutral switch, but the loyale does. it should be on the pedal box, but it will not be used on the 88.
The neutral switch is not on the pedal box. You are speaking of the clutch switch. There is a bit of a difference.
The neutral switch is located on the transmission beside the speedometer cable connection.
It has nothing to do with the pedal box or the clutch switch.
The clutch switch you are talking about is to disable the starter until the clutch is pushed.
If you look closely you will see the neutral safety switch WAS addressed.
Your last suggestion is ludicrous for a car that does not have an ignition switch problem.
Posted 12 February 2004 - 09:06 PM
I did an 87 wagon 3AT to PB 4WD 5 speed in june.. Will be happy to advise as I am able.
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