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Old 01-16-2011, 03:37 PM
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Convert to standard?

If I put a standard under my tuck is it difficult to re and re the pedals under the dash??
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shouldnt me too difficult.. but what transmission are you swapping SM465 or nv3500, nv4500 etc.?
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Old 01-17-2011, 05:47 AM
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hyd or manual clutch? your tub on the jimmy should have a pattern on the tranny tunnel already to cut out for the shifter as they were all stamped for auto and standard transmissions and pedals should slide into place of the auto ones
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The pedals will bolt right in
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Old 01-17-2011, 05:44 PM
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prolley have to drop the steering column and swap out the tunnel thing the pedal assembly is housed in

nothing hard about it, just time and donor vehicle needed for the small parts.
small parts = stuff like the wiring harness for the reverse lights(2 green wires run through firewall to trans), neutral safety switch and wiring that is now part of a VI
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Manual transmissions don't have neutral safety switches. Typically the clutch needs to be pressed to start the engine.
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Manual transmissions don't have neutral safety switches. Typically the clutch needs to be pressed to start the engine.
which is tipicaly referred to as the neutral saftey switch
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