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AWD Conversion/Swap Guys Enter Here - Advanced. [Merged 2-07]

Posted by ballen1, Nov 9, 2005

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  1. v8s_are_slow

    v8s_are_slow Proven Member

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    Have Link? Easy fix with that. Otherwise you may just need to possibly fix the issue somewhere.

     

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  2. v8s_are_slow

    v8s_are_slow Proven Member

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    P.S. The systems differ from the 95 to 99.
     
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  3. Tony818

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    Unfortunately no link yet. But ill figure it out.
     
  4. v8s_are_slow

    v8s_are_slow Proven Member

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    Don't have access to the emissions stuff from when you did the swap?
     
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  5. Tony818

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    I don't but after looking around i realized that the 99 gsts have the evap canister in the tank, and the gsx have it behind the front bumper driver side. Which means . . . I have no canister and vent solenoid on my car. Im thinking of just doing the evap and egr delete since itll be easier than hunting down and adding a gsx canister to the evap system. What do you think?
     
  6. Pauls99Gst

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    Guys still need help, am I supposed to splice the fwd harness into the awd one or replace one with the other, top pic is the mess ive been using for the last year, gauge stays at the half way Mark and works to 3/4th maybe a lil more. Second pic is both theharnesses, the one in my hand is from the donor IMG_20181008_025213021.jpg IMG_20181008_032538616.jpg
     
  7. Tony818

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    You supposed to use the awd harness. Looks like this Screenshot_20181010-224735_Gallery.jpg be sure to zoom in and wire it just like i did. My gauge works fine. Theres also a diagram a few pages back. Its the one i used
     
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  8. Tony818

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    Screenshot_20181010-225222_Gallery.jpg this is what i followed
     
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  10. Pauls99Gst

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    You guys are awesome ya i have 2 of the diagrams I just couldn't figure out where to splice it on the harness. My only other question is do I leave the marked in red harness not connected to anything just like it's shown in your pic? Screenshot_20181010-224735_Gallery.jpg
     
  11. Tony818

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    That one connects to a harness that goes to the driver side 20181012_002416.jpg sorry for the bad pic. It's the only one i have from when i ws troubleshooting. But it should help
     

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