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auto b18a1 to manual b16a

Discussion in 'Integra' started by b16avtecinteg, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. b16avtecinteg

    b16avtecinteg New Member

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    im swaping out my automatic setup b18a1 to a b16a cable trans in my 91 integra i have the jumper harness dors anyone have the wiring diagram for the jumper harness from my computer to the stock wiring and how would i hook up the manual shifter where the auto. one once was :confused: need a wiring diagram for my jumper harness im converting from obd0 to obd1 please help me thanks its for my 91 integra 4dr thanx. call me at 951 279 6440 i also have extra parts if anyone needs sum stock parts.:cool:
     
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    hondafreak513 New Member

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    the jumper harness just plugs right in and you will need to run 2 wires for vtec, the shifter and everything just bolts right in you will need a 5spd center consle. and you will need to jump 2 wires where the auto shifter was to bypass the neutral safety switch so it will start.
     
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    b16avtecinteg New Member

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    no but the dizzy connectors and a 3 wire connector on my jdm fusebox that came with the swap i need help with these problem areas and a connector on the rear pulley side of the motor there are 4 connectors, 3 connectors coming from my cabin and one coming from the fusebox under the hood i also need someone to repaor my harness since i sliced about 5 wires to solder them to the new plug. thanks for any help im in corona CA if you know anyone local that could help i left my # cuz even with the jumper i still have 4 othe connectors that arent plugging in.
     
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    so you are using a jdm harness??? you cant use them cause they are for right hand drive cars..
     
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    Uhm, no. Stop right there, you obviously have no idea what you're talking about. The manual parts do not just bolt right in. The center tunnel and passenger/transmission mounts are different. There's more wiring to the swap as well. You dont need the manual center console, you simply only need the shift boot, the consoles are the same.

    I dont know what parts you have but here's a quick run down of what you will need:

    auto to manual conversion mount -- Innovative makes this mount (works well, I used it in mine previously.)
    -shift linkages w/shifter
    -shift boot and knob
    -cable transmission s1, a1, y1, ys1... etc
    -clutch kit
    -flywheel w/bolts (pressure plate and flywheel mounting bolts)
    -MANUAL axles
    -MANUAL intermediate shaft (for cable transmission)
    -clutch cable (buy it new, they're cheap)
    -manual pedal assembly (90-93 Integra only)

    You will have to make new holes a lil further back on the center tunnel to bolt the shift linkage to, as well as seal up the hole where the shifter cable passed through to the transmission.

    When you do the wiring, DO NOT CUT any wires. I can't remember the exact wires you splice together, but theres more to the wiring that what hondafreak mentioned. I know you splice two thick black w/white wires together and then you have to ground one wire to the frame. One is so you can start the car, the other is so you can remove the key.

    You will have to drill the firewall for the clutch cable to pass through, as the firewall is not predrilled.

    Here... this will help!
    http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=2304301

    Cant comment to much on the OBD1 conversion because I bought my engine harness and jumper harness from rywire premade and plug-n-play.
     
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    hondafreak513 New Member

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    I do know what im talking about I have done 3 auto to manual conversions.. and i have never had to drill new holes for the shift linkage. nor had to ground out a wire on the body.. Yeah my bad I did leave somethings out I was in a hurry and just wrote a quick post..
     
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    Ever done one a DA/DB before? No, you HAVE to drill a hole in the fire for the clutch cable. You HAVE to drill new mounting holes for the shift linkages. I mean for fucks sake you told him he needed the entire center console, that right there tells me you have no idea what you're talking about. Of course you've done 3 at-mt conversions OF COURSE you have. Yet, you still give a bunch of incorrect information.
     
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    Well actually no i haven't done any Integras. So you don't have to be a fucking asshole about this shit. All your doing is showing these people what kind of people are in this forum.. You can just simply correct me and not be a douche bag about it.. So ok I have only done civics I was just thinking they was all the same.
     
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    Well, misinformation is a lot worse than someone thinking I'm an asshole. Cuz misinformation will cause more problems then what someone thinks of me. You get my drift?
     
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    Yes I know it will but this ain't no life or death situation information that we are giving here.. A simple "hey let me correct what you said it's not all true" would of been a more proper way to go about it...
     
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