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SiI40sx
03-11-2006, 10:46 PM
This swap is going to be on a 1991 240sx Hatch (Auto) Engine is coming from a front clip Redtop (5spd)
I pretty much have everything down, my 2 questions are:

1. Can I use the Clutch Bracket and Pedal from the Front Clip onto my USDM 240?

2. Im using heavythrottle for reference for the harness. What I understand is that I ONLY need to extend the P/S & MAFS wires and re-wire the end of the SR harness (the 3 plugs) to match the end of the KA harness (2 plugs) as for everything else, its plug n play.


Everything else for the swap should go smoothly. Im going to prep everything and double check everything before I drop in the engine. This is my second time swaping a 240 but my first time doing a harness and auto to 5spd. Any advice that would make the harness and 5spd easier will be very helpful, thanks for reading all that crap.

SiI40sx
03-12-2006, 03:42 PM
so.....?????

mjjstang
03-12-2006, 07:52 PM
so i know the brake pedal doesnt work but the clutch i dont think is bent, so it should work fine, also i used heavy throttle and it was completely like they said it was, just do some wiring at the ecu side, and extend ps maf. and ur good to go.

Wheaton
03-13-2006, 01:25 AM
The jdm pedals will work i used them on my first swap

mjjstang
03-13-2006, 11:28 AM
well my jdm brake pedal was bent the wrong way so it didnt work. seing that it is meant for RHD. so I had to just cut my stock brake pedal down, and it cut a lott of headaches out for me.

SiI40sx
03-15-2006, 02:08 AM
yeah im just going to cut the brake pedal. As far as drilling out the holes for the clutch cylinder, what did you guys use? Did the bolts have thread to go into after you drilled the hole? Thats pretty much the only part im confused about, everything else should be a piece of cake if properly prepared

drift freaq
03-15-2006, 02:21 AM
yeah im just going to cut the brake pedal. As far as drilling out the holes for the clutch cylinder, what did you guys use? Did the bolts have thread to go into after you drilled the hole? Thats pretty much the only part im confused about, everything else should be a piece of cake if properly prepared
answered your question in another thread, where you asked this same question.