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AT to MT conv. who's got a code 13?

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#1 Vanislru


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Posted 16 January 2005 - 10:24 PM

On both of my 86 t wagons that are converted to MT from AT the computer is showing code 13- starter switch remains in the on pos. Does anyone know how to tell the computer that it's a manual now, is there a connector? How do I get rid of the code, other than resetting?

#2 MilesFox


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Posted 17 January 2005 - 12:04 AM

it says that because the inhibitor circuit is missing from the at. dont worry, just ignore it. it has nothing to do with the engine functions

how is your starter hooked up? i fancy a pushbutton from the starter to switch to fuse panel(horn circuit)

if you want to use the key, on the okd at shifter plug-in, the 2 fattest wires on the harness are the neatral circuit. make a jumper and you can use the key, maybe get rid of the code, too

#3 Vanislru


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Posted 17 January 2005 - 01:15 AM

In order to keep things simple I just kept the connector that was attached to the auto shifter, car says it's in park all the time but some black tape took care of that.

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