I probably have 60 hours into it. From start to finish. So figure a shop would charge roughly 1500-2500 in labor.
you need motor, wiring, ECU with REVO immobilizer defete. Whatever trans you want. If converting to hydrolic then you need all cable shift stuff. you need turbo and piping and couplers. Its not cheep by any means. I might sell mine if interested,
Still sorting out the wiring on my swap I figured some of the t14 connector wires out and spliced them in to the ce2 harness like temp gauge and some other stuff the only thing left is the main ecm harness wires from the brown plug which I`ve narrowed down but I`m unsure of where they should be spilced into the ce2 harness I`m using to power them When you did the outline of the 20v harness plugs you didn`t give where you spliced it into the ce2 harness to make it power up do you have that info or could you break down where for example brown plug pin# 1 goes to ce2 plug d 6 I hope this make sense to you it what I think makes people shy away from the idea of swapping this engine in being able to get the splice info is what most people are after.I know if my wiring was done I would have the car back together sooner.Jay
Dont know what your ce2 cars are like over there but here in the uk we have got spare wires on the back of one of our plugs for accericores which are all ign lives. You can use these out puts for the lives that you need on the brown plug and on the t14. Off the top of my head im sure that theres 7 ign lives needed when you run with the donar clusters and 5 when you run with a revo immbz defeat.
Pictures of the splicing the harness to the ce2 fuse box and wiring with a rough diagram like brown plug pin 1 red with green spilced to ce2 red with black g1 plug.that the way I`m thinking so there isn`t any factory smoke coming out of the ecm or fuse box or harness for that matter.I think some people that do the swap just keep the info to themselves which makes it complicated for other people to perfom the swap or swaps.Jay
sleeper?? [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] watch out for this guy on your local highway!!
wait......... oh yeah that was a viper we just passed..........
Modified by Space9888 at 12:46 AM 6-16-2006
bringing it back from the dead! i just need to know what pin or wire is constant ecu power and which one is switched on an awp.
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