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question on tranny wires

ok i bulding my wife a zuk and had too put a motor and tranny in it theres to wires pluged into the tranny im sure i no ones the reverse backup light switch but what is the other one for? the end of my plugs have been cute off and the wires are differnt colors than the one the plug into fun fun fun .

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Re: question on tranny wires

guess i should go look at my sammy DUUU!

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Re: question on tranny wires

one is reverse, the other is some kind of 5th gear switch... it has something to do with the computer, but i have no idea what it is... can someone help me out on this? ive been wondering alot about this lately for some reason

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Re: question on tranny wires

Don't do what I did when I swapped in the 1600 16valve. I wired in the reverse switch to the distributor so every time that I put it in reverse it would kill the engine!! DOH STOOPID WIRES !!!
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Re: question on tranny wires

sounds like something i would do but i got it wired up right checked it a minute ago

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Re: question on tranny wires

I LOVE my Samurai Service Manual!!!

According to your Profile, you have an '87, which is close to an '88 (mine).

The US wiring diagram sez that the 5th switch is Black and "Lg/R" (probably something with a red tracer through it). The Backup Light Switch is Yellow and Red. The colors should be the same on both the male and female connectors according to the wiring diagram and my experience doing an engine rebuild.

You'll probably have to cobble up a different connector system from your local parts store... But that should get you going!

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according to the '88 sami schematic, the 5th switch goes directly to the Electronic Control Module (ECM). Some sort of feedback loop, I guess...

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Re: question on tranny wires

alredy got here fixed fixe if i was you id through that wiring dirgram in the trash LOL its right about the wires on half the one comeing out of the sammy are that color but the wires on the tranny are soiled black both of them HEHEHE but i got her figrued out. thanks anyways

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