Complete DIY for vss after 5spd swap 1st post

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Re: DIY for vss after 5spd swap done

Check 1st post.
i did it all in the DIY on the 1st post
yes vtec works with the speedo
my computer didnt even mind not having the clutch signal.
i can start the car with no clutch in
just follow the DIY i made in the 1st post
 

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Re: DIY for vss after 5spd swap done

Check 1st post.
i did it all in the DIY on the 1st post
yes vtec works with the speedo
my computer didnt even mind not having the clutch signal.
i can start the car with no clutch in
just follow the DIY i made in the 1st post

Thanks a ton Eric!
Hopefully I will have VTec by next weekend :)
 
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there is a much easier way to get your speedo to work.




I've done this swap myself a while back and I noticed you're having some troubles with the vss and reverse lamp.

The VSS is really easy. The vss contains 3 wires which are for the ground, power, and signal. The signal stumps a lot of people. On the ecu harness, unhook wire a9 and drop it into c23. Then take signal wire from the vss and tee onto wire c23 of the ecu. Simple.

Here's a link to the diagram of the ecu pins: http://www.ff-squad.com/technet/wiring.obd2b.htm


I got this from Tampahobo. (Tampahobo you are the man!):omgbd: worked perfect and took 20 minutes
 
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