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1991 Nissan 240, Clifford RSX 3.5


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Lubuspl 
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Does the 1991 Nissan 240sx 5 speed, have a neutral safty weitch? If yes, how do I find it and what wire to I connect it on the Clifford RSX 3.5? Thank you
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the nuetral safety switch is on a five speed is gonna be at the clutch pedel.
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^^ Wrong, you're thinking of the clutch cancel switch.
The neutral position switch is located in the transmission on the '91 240sx. Best place to tap it is at the ECU (pin 35).
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Does anyone know the color of the wire?
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good call cosmo. that's just me not thinking of the question before answering.1991 Nissan 240, Clifford RSX 3.5 - Last Post -- posted image.
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GREEN/ Orange - grounds out when tranny is in neutral. Do I get a cookie?
Lubuspl 
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Thank you, going to do it right now. Also does anyone know what can be wrong with the door locks. I know that all 240 have power door locks, but when I put my key in the door cylinder, and turn it, it doesnt open both doors, just the driver one. When I found the door wire (ORANGE / black) I think and used the door lock on the inside of the car, it only gave out a ground pulse when you open it. But no pulse when you close it. I will try to hoop up the relay as described everywhere and let you know how it goes but I fear that I might have a problem.
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does anyone know if 97 honda civics has a neutral safety wire on the 5 speed?
Where theres is a wire there's a way.
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Lubuspl wrote:
Also does anyone know what can be wrong with the door locks. I know that all 240 have power door locks, but when I put my key in the door cylinder, and turn it, it doesnt open both doors, just the driver one. When I found the door wire (ORANGE / black) I think and used the door lock on the inside of the car, it only gave out a ground pulse when you open it. But no pulse when you close it. 

Actually, not all 240's have power doorlocks.   Central power doorlocking came standard on SE and LE models, but it was an option on the base model.  The ORANGE / black wire you indicated is actually only supposed to give out ground when unlocking... that's normal.


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