You can reuse the same cross member. I actually did this swap last fall, thanks to Anthony's write up. As a note, I've got an '06 and I replaced the wiring harness and pcm from another '06. It did require a tune to get it working properly, but no issues and with proper tools and a lift, I was able to complete the swap in a day.Quick question. Do I need a new crossmember for the 3650 or will the one for the 5r55s be able to be reused?
What year is your car? On the '05 -'06 cars there's a jumper already in place and ready to run under the dash on the driver's side. I know on '07 cars I found a plug under the dash that needed the wires cut and connected together because there wasn't the dummy plug inserted already making the connection.Question for anyone who replaced the harness and computer. How and where do you hook up or bypass the clutch position switch? I cant locate the wiring for it an have had to start my car by jumping it in the fuse box every time I want to start it.
Normally there may be a connector up under the dash probably above the brake pedal or clutch pedal location, you may not see it but it should be there, what I would do is use a flash light and look for a black bundle looks like black foam tape, on the 10-14s S197s it is wrapped up with a black very sticky tape off another connector. It could be located on the side of a larger connector up there too. It will be very obvious. Check each bundle you see but it should be around that location just follow the other wires in there. (on 2010 and newer it is connector # C215) I am not sure about 05-09s.Transmission went out yesterday need some guidance and the neutral safety switch. i read the plug is under the dash (mines an 06) anyone have the part number the wiring harness? Im still gathering the little things
BTW the pigtail that plugs into C215 also goes to C277 and C257 which are the switches on the clutch pedal. It is the same setup as the 10-14s.According to the workshop manual 05-09 does use the same connector for the Clutch pedal for neutral lockout and cruise control deactivation on connector C215 under the dash board, see pic below for location to look... (it is a rough location but its there.)
BTW the pigtail that plugs into C215 also goes to C277 and C257 which are the switches on the clutch pedal. It is the same setup as the 10-14s.
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