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99-00 Civic Si Clutch Cancel Wires

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by ksrcivic, Mar 8, 2003.

  1. ksrcivic

    ksrcivic Senior Member

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    I am doing a swap into a 2000 DX hatch, I cant start that dam thing cause I used an automatic wiring harness and the ECU is a manual from a 99 civic si so I cannot start it cause it thinks the clutch is not pushed in, so I need to find out what ecu pins to tap into so I can run the wires to clutch cancel switch on the tranny, please if any of you know what pins they are on that ecu please let know ASAP cause i want to start this dam thing today...thanks!!!!
     
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    ksrcivic Senior Member

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    cmon no one knows what wires i need to tap into on the ecu??? anyone? please let me know, thanks!
     
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    i can find out but give me a day or two
     
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    is the dx a auto tranny and u used a manual ecu right?
     
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    if u have auto tranny and u are using a manual ecu, other than the car not starting
    the car will not shift gears either. the tranny is control by the ecm
     
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    Its cool i figured it out, thanks for tryin tho, but the car was a manual, all i had at the time was an automatic HX harness to do the swap.
     
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