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Old 06-28-2012, 09:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Nv4500 swap wiring.

Okay. I'm a little confused on the wiring from an auto to manual swap. I know about the grounding of the wire, back up lights, but no idea of how to get the cruise to work. All I've read for it is for 24v which I would think is two different breeds with this situation.
Would the cruise work with grounding the wire? Or when the clutch pedal is wired? Heard also that you can snip a wire somewhere under the hood to get the cruise to work as well. Any other forums from what I've saw only had one post on each one. Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
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The grounding of the wire will cause cruise not to work. You need to connect it to the clutch pedal. I ran into this issue when I swapped a manual into my 99 2500 V8. When the wire is grounded, its telling the computer that the clutch is pushed in/engaged and to cancel the cruise control (and allow the truck to start). When you release the pedal, it removes the ground and allows cruise to be engaged.

Here is a picture of the plug on the auto trucks that needs to be plugged into the switch on the clutch assembly.
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OK thanks! I'll have to look under the dash for that plug. In your picture is the one to look for the top or bottom plug to look for.

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In the picture the green plug hanging up top is from the clutch pedal assembly. That needs to be plugged into the green plug that is on the bottom but in the Automatic trucks it already has a plug with a looped wire in it (you can see it taped up from the factory in the picture). All you do is unplug the looped plug, and plug it into the clutch pedal plug.

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OK haha yes that makes perfect sense. Thank you so much, so with that plugged in the cruise will work, even with the auto ecm?
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No it wont work that way
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No it wont work that way
Then what will?


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The safety start on the auto trans is the middle wire in the rubber conn the two outside wires are the backup lights take the middle wire and extend it to reach the clutch plug under the dash cut the plug off attach the wire you extended to one side of the wire from the clutch plug (the one that you just cut off) take the other side to the metal frame under the dash to ground. Leave the plug that has the jumper the way it is if you take the jumper out it will not work
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Ohhh okay, that kinda makes sense, so how does this make the cruise work..like how does it work this way
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If that wire stays grounded the pcm thinks the clutch is pushed and no cruise
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Okay so correct me if I'm wrong. So the clutch is acting say like a light switch. It competes the circuit which in this its completing the ground which enables it to start, when the clutch pedal is not pressed its not completing the ground which enables the cruise to work.




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