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Auto to manual swap ect...
Posted 17 May 2004 - 10:35 PM
Here is the dash all apart, How does it go back together... I dunno I will figure that out later. This car is an electrical nightmare.
I did manage to wrestle the transmission in and the drivetrain rear of it should be good to go. But the front axles are still giving me trouble and there is that whole engine part that I haven't put in yet.
We found this neat knife under the seat that I guess the previos owner forgot about I have been useing it to cut out insulation that is in my way.
Here are my friends cars that helped me a ton this weekend hopefully soon I will get to have my car sitting next to theirs.
Few questions for you guys. The Switch on top of the clutch pedal has no place to plug into. What does this switch do and is it important to have it in? I assume it is the starter cancel and so is not nessicary for the car to work am I correct?
Also do the front axles go on only one way? I can't get the pins to go back in and am wondering if rotating them 180 degrees would help?
I am sure I forgot to ask something. This project has turned into a little more than a headgasket but I think when it is done I will have a vast amount of knowledge about how this car works and hopefully a car that runs. If not I am only out 922$ Thanks for all the help you guys have given me especialy calebz.
Posted 17 May 2004 - 10:52 PM
For the switch on the clutch pedal, that is for the cruise control I believe. None of my EA82 cars with a 5 speed have had a neutral/clutch safety switch (they were all 87-90 models)
Posted 17 May 2004 - 11:33 PM
Progress is slow but steady I am trying to work on it everyday so I can get it done before I am out of school in two weeks. At this rate I should be able to get it at least running by that point. Thanks again I could not have even gotten this far without your help.
Posted 17 May 2004 - 11:36 PM
You have my number. Call me if you get stumped or need an exra set of hands.
Posted 19 May 2004 - 04:08 AM
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