- You will need to remove module x6005 in order to get module x6004 to slip in properly and lock in place.
- Now reinstall module X6005 and you’re done with the DME (ECU) wiring. Pull the excess wire down into the driver-side foot-well.
- On the left is the wire you just installed, coming down from the DME (ECU) and the wires attached to the clutch switch module, which snaps onto the clutch master cylinder.
- Here is the reference for the clutch switch module pin-out. In short you will be supplying the hall effect sensor on the clutch switch module with power from the brake switch wiring, you will connect a wire to the DME (ECU), and the EWS (engine immobilizer unit).
- Wire Color: BROWN/BLACK (brown wire, black stripe)
- Purpose: Provides Ground for the power side of the clutch module
- Connects too: Brake wiring, PIN 2 (same color)
- Wire Color: BLUE/BROWN (blue wire, brown stripe)
- Purpose: Tells the DME (ECU) when the clutch is depressed in order to start the car and kill cruise control. Killing Cruise control will only work when the DME is re-coded to a manual.
- Connects too: PIN 23 of the DME, Module number X6004
- Wire Color: VIOLET/YELLOW (violet wire, yellow stripe)
- Purpose: Provides + voltage for the power side of the clutch module
- Connects too: Brake wiring, PIN 1 (same color)
- Wire Color: BLUE/BLACK (blue wire, black stripe)
- Purpose: Signals the engine immobilizer unit that a proper key for this car is in the ignition and in the start position, this is a valid start request so start the engine. THIS MUST BE HOOKED UP TO START THE CAR
- Connects too: PIN 8 of EWS (engine immobilizer unit)
Using the reference information provided above, splice the brake light wiring. I prefer to use the correct slide on modules for this work but I couldn’t find them so I had to hardwire this all in place. I cut the wires and spliced then together, using heat shrink tubing to protect the wiring and act as a strain relief. Once positive and negative wires were tapped on the brake light I used cloth tape to re-wrap the wiring loom so that it retained the factory look. Then I spliced the DME (ECU) pin #23 wire to pin-2 of the clutch switch module. That leaves pin-4 of the clutch switch module to connect to pin #8 of the EWS (engine immobilizer unit) so that you can start the car.
THIS IS THE KEY TO GETTING YOUR CAR STARTED!