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Old 09-18-03, 08:51 PM
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inhibitor switch for starter

ok, my car used to be an auto, I changed that. not sure if that matters or not. The wiring shows an inhibitor switch to the ECU. What do I have to do to make that work since im taking all that **** out?
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Old 09-19-03, 06:32 AM
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I'm not quite sure I follow you, not being familiar with what an inhibitor switch does (terminology?). Can you clarify how it works and how it relates to the stock ECU?

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pretty sure it goes to the starter relay or something to make sure the car is in park to start i guess in that I can just chop it all off and ground it or send 12+ so... i just answered my own question i suppose.

sorry, last night. long day of working, couldnt think
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