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mt vs auto c203 and c500 differences? by hookdonspeed
Started on: 09-13-2014 05:10 PM
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im getting closer to installing my new engine into my 88, it came from an auto car, I just want to makesure theres no differences I need to watchout for / change before I put it in.

both cars were 88's
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The only difference between the AT and MT wiring is the location of the starter solenoid wire on C500 and the addition of the brake pedal switch on C203 on AT cars.
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The only difference between the AT and MT wiring is the location of the starter solenoid wire on C500 and the addition of the brake pedal switch on C203 on AT cars.


thnx, what pin should it be for manual cars? that an easy enough change.
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Im kind of in the same boat. I just put a newly rebuilt 2.8l in my 87 GT and my starter wiring is messed up. Harness came out of an 86 GT but I guess theres a Difference. Any ways, Heres a link one of the guys gave me last night. Maybe it will help you.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/129567.html
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easy enough!

now.. clutch anticipation switch... can I just run that from the clutch switch? where does that go? O.o
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