Speed sensor galant 8g manual swap

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Asked by Ppb713 Nov 23, 2013 at 10:39 AM about the 2003 Mitsubishi Galant ES

Question type: Car Customization

I just finished swapping a manual transmission from an eclipse in my 03 galant but I can't
figured out how to make the speed sensor to work....please help.... Thanks

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161,585

Was your original trans a manual one?

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Oh forgot to ask. What year eclipse?

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No, my galant was automatic, the eclipse was a 2004 3G

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161,585

Ok I will do some digging and get back to you.

161,585

http://www.club3g.com --- check this forum out. They have lots of info on how to wire the manual trans to an auto wiring harness. Hope this helps.

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Than you for your help

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161,585

Your welcome. Let us know how it turns out. Drive safe.

161,585

Also I am going to pm Daniel on here. He might know right off hand how to tie the wiring harnesses together for the speedometer to work.

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Sounds great, I found a really good explanation in the link you suggested me, but any extra help could be even better. Thank you so much

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