How to bypass your neutral switch

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  1. WazTTed

    WazTTed Grease Monkey

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    If your car has been converted from auto to manual you wont have a neutral switch, this will cause your timing to be 25 degrees at idle instead of 15 !!!

    There is a easy fix and car will idle alot better aswell !!

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    cut the yellow with blue stripe wire, insulate the one end (i put some heat shrink on mine) and cable tie it where its not going to short out , now crimp a eyelet on the other end of the yellow and blue wire closest to the brown connector and ground that on a available 4mm bolt hole . you may need to extend the wire with a similar gauge wire so that can bolt your eyelet where its not going to get in the way !

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    you can check that your neutral switch has been grounded out via conzult or datascan..


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    Can this be added to the tech section :)
    could help a few ppl out there !
     
  2. pmac

    pmac Z,, IT'S COMPLICATED!!!!!

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    Bypass option 2

    There is another way to do it as well.
    Up in the rear of the right front guard under the plastic liner you will find the neutral safety switch relay. Disconnect the plug from the relay. It's the plug on the left you are dealing with, from memory it has 2 heavy black and yellow wires. Create a loop between the 2 female terminals of the plug, insulate it well with electrical tape and secure it back up in the guard with a cable tie.

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    This is what I made up to loop between the terminals.
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  3. noel0leon

    noel0leon Member

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    I'm just up to the electronics bit of my swap. This is very timely info, thanks guys.
     
  4. MikeZ32

    MikeZ32 das Über member

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    Images don't seem to work.
     

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