Your automatic body harness will have the starter wire on pin A4. (Yellow)
Your manual transmission engine harness will have the starter wire on pin E2 (Pink)
The simple solution is to pull the E2 wire and pin out of your ENGINE SIDE C500 plug and reinsert it in pin A4.
First thing you have to do is pull the white pin retention fork from the side of the C500 connector. Yes it is there, dig in the gunk on the side of the connector and you will find it. Gently pry it out with a small screwdriver.
Now use a tool to depress the pin retention tang on the pin at E2. Then gently pull the wire out backwards. Now bend the tang back up and reinsert the wire at A4. Reinsert the white clip and you are finished.
The tang bends down by inserting a tool, in this picture, in the hold to the right of the pin. Something about the size of a 4 penny nail, or maybe just a bit smaller. If you look at this connector, you can identify it as a manual transmission plug since it does have a wire at E2, but none at A4.
What the pin looks like
A great thread on what you are doing - http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...130314-2-099987.html
[This message has been edited by phonedawgz (edited 08-03-2013).]