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Old 10-03-2016, 05:14 PM
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Question Is this the definitive A650e manual swap wiring solution?

Ok. This thread popped up on ClubLexus. Credit to maxEX84. It appears to deal with the subject of tricking the ECU to think everything is OK when doing an A650e-to-manual swap.

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If you guys need a more broken down version for what you need to do, here you go.

For main transmission 12 pin plug:

Pattern:
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12

Trans temp sender:Pins 1&7=200 ohm resistor
SLT solenoid: Pins 2 to 8=5.5 ohm resistor
SLN solenoid: Pins 3 to 9=3.9 ohm resistor
SLU solenoid: Pins 4 to10=5.5 ohm resistor
Shift 1 solenoid: Pin 6 to Ground=15 ohm resistor
Shift 2 solenoid: Pin 12 to Ground=15 ohm resistor
Shift 3 solenoid: Pin 5 to Ground=15 ohm resistor
Shift 4 solenoid: Pin 11 to Ground=15 ohm resistor

this is all just to not have any codes or CEL pop up
The wiring issue was one of the biggest things I needed to see a solution for before I considered a manual swap. I wanted to post this solution here and see what y'all experts say because the thread hasn't received any attention on CL. I figure if it's the answer to the wiring conundrum then it might have received a little more recognition by now.

If that's all it takes to make the ECU chill out, then it's no problem at all.
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Old 10-05-2016, 05:41 PM
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It's definitely not enough
Both speed sensor should be properly emulated too, otherwise power limit will occur
I have hardware solution
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Old 10-09-2016, 05:09 PM
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It's definitely not enough
Both speed sensor should be properly emulated too, otherwise power limit will occur
I have hardware solution
Makes sense. I searched further on the issue, someone said that the power limit is bypassed if the gear selector plug is jumped across the "neutral" pins so the ECU thinks it's in neutral. Feasible?

What is your hardware solution?
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Old 10-09-2016, 11:44 PM
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No it only works for non vvti engines
My solution
https://www.facebook.com/groups/all4...19671218164019
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