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How Exactly do you bypass the clutch on a Manual Transmission?

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Hello,

I have read a bunch of responses regarding clutch bypass for manual transmission vehicles. Some say to splice to the clutch switch, others say use a 180 ohm resistor. Both the T-Harness manual and the regular install manual have NO mention of manual transmission using the A5 white wire (im assuming) or where/how to install.

1) how do I tell if my clutch is Negative or Positive?

2) Do I need a resitor in line of the A5 White wire? Is this the correct wire?

3) Does it matter which wire on the clutch switch I splice to?

 

Thanks in Advance,

Honda Civic 2009 Regular Key Manual Transmission
asked 2 weeks ago in Honda by Jer Low (130 points)

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Hello,

1- you test it with a multimeter to determine the polarity.

2- on a 09 civic you should not need a resistor.

3- yes it matters, a wrong connection will permanently damage the module or even worse the vehicle, which is why you should always test it first to determine the polarity of the circuit.

 

Best regards.
answered 2 weeks ago by derek ! (286,090 points)
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