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Wiring for the 5 speed D/R transmission


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#1 yegoshin

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Posted 15 September 2005 - 01:55 AM

does anyone know the wiring of the 5 speed D/R transmission? Mine had got 4 sensors on it so a total of 2 connectors (2 wire black connector and 6 wire white connector) I can take a picture if needed.

#2 88HatchMonster

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Posted 15 September 2005 - 05:38 AM

Subarino has a great illustration of how to wire a 5 spd d/r into an ea81. His EJ conversion album is right here: http://community.web...134929361hUEpcw
The illustration is on the second page. It also has some hints about what the connectors on the gearbox do, so hopefully that helps.




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