The only reason I baught it is because I club race my cars on the road corse at Willow Springs. I called a dealer around here in Huntington Beach or I think it was Buena Park that said they can reflash your auto ecu. It's recommended to spot weld remove the original tunnel structure and move it back, and reuse. I should have it early next week. I've contacted a couple dealers and they said they can't do any of that. Would I have to run a circuit for my reverse lights my self or would my manual wiring harness take care of the issue? So how did ur swap go? I have recently found out that there is a Smart Junction Box in the rt front kick panel that controls part of the auto trans.
I baught all the flywheel, pressure plate and bellhousing bolts from ford. So how's it running n shifting?? Takes about a full day for a mechanic or a weekend for a novice. I have heard that he is the best around when it comes to tunes. I have a manual wiring harness but I've heard that I can reflash my auto pcm via dealer. So I got the wiring harness but now there's a connector that doesn't match my 05 gt connector I believe is connector c110.
It has a black electronic box built into it. The Maximum Motorsports engineers know how crucial a good manual brake system is to racing applications and to discerning drivers. If anybody out there has some insight on how I should go about this part of the swap please I'm all ears. Man I'm actually surprised your able to start the car with the auto flash I didn't think it was possible. I've seen a lot asked about this lately, so here's a nice article with a list of everything you need, and some decent instructions on how to go about the swap.
Just google his shop and you can read all about him. You can also and we'll get back to you with a quote. You will need to change the wiring harness that sits on top of the transmission. Apparently it's very doable to flash the auto pcm to auto but the dealers around here really couldn't help. Give us a call today.
I hope when the time comes something or someone would come across. This is what we did on and it worked flawlessly. In most cases users can even retain their factory clutch release system. Note that this kit will use the stock master cylinder but is also compatible with aftermarket master cylinders appropriately sized for manual brakes. I am in So Cal also.
You will also need to change to a 5 speed computer. The Maximum Motorsports Manual Brake Conversion Kit lets you convert your power-assisted brakes to the manual brakes for more consistent performance. Like all Magnum series transmissions, the new model carries with it a generous 700 lb-ft torque capacity rating, and the choice of two exclusive gear ratio combinations. No I don't have sect xcal. I do plan on putting the manual computer in by next November when I have to smog it. You will need to change the wiring harness that sits on top of the transmission.
Dave Buck, Crew Chief Elliot Fisher's 12 American Iron Exterme, Fisher Racing. Required when changing a Hydroboost unit. I can't help with the specific connector but the Ford service manuals can be found here. There is also a wiring harness that goes to the clutch pedal switches you will need. One example is that the new pedal arm included in the system will reduce pedal effort when compared with reusing the stock pedal arm with the manual conversion. You will receive notification of your enrollment in the extended product warranty program via email within 24 hours of placing your order.
Is the 2-piece driveshaft causing vibration issues at high speeds? What is the part number on the harness? The dealers could do it but they wont, for liability reasons. I still have the rest of the factory shifter. The program administrator will replace or refund the cost of the covered part of a period of 12 months after the manufacturers warranty elapses, or from the date of purchase if the manufacturer does not offer a warranty. I think I will call the dealer in Glendale after they riped me off here in Santa Clarita. Takes about a full day for a mechanic or a weekend for a novice.