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Old 10-01-2014, 05:01 PM   #1
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so i picked up a stock 03 wry that was smaked in the front. so i ordered a jdm front clip with rhd conversion. im going to go through the whole conversion fro removing the dash swapping out firewalls and making the oem harness to the rhd dash. so this a guide to someone that wants to know how to do it from start to finish. here is the donor car

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so i picked up a stock 03 wry that was smaked in the front. so i ordered a jdm front clip with rhd conversion. im going to go through the whole conversion fro removing the dash swapping out firewalls and making the oem harness to the rhd dash. so this a guide to someone that wants to know how to do it from start to finish. here is the donor car

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Judging by these first posts I'm sure this is going to be full of useful information.
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Old 10-02-2014, 02:50 AM   #4
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all i know is that if you're gonna do the swap, ive had two buddies do it. one used the jdm harness and ran 11 check engine lights and almost nothing electrical worked. the other cut and extended the harness a foot or so where needed and was able to make it work no issues.
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Old 10-06-2014, 05:14 PM   #5
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yeah im extending the wires and making the stock harness work. i finally figured out hot to work that dumb image. but i started to pull the engine and transmission once i do that. i have to put a 1/4 panel on my buddies car than I'm going to town on this. the front end and rid conversion shouldnt take more than 2 months with everything done except the new engine (its being built now slowly but it is)

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Old 10-13-2014, 02:41 AM   #8
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where did you purchase your RHD front clip from?
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Old 10-13-2014, 03:45 PM   #9
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That radio looks mint.
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Old 01-18-2015, 11:34 PM   #10
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so i got soe done on the conversion so far, i removed all the u,s dash heater, and cute the u.s main harness in 6 spots and flipped it over.and now the fuse box is on the right side and the ecu is on the left side and everything in the middle lines u, radio, airbag module, heater control, ect, tomorrow im punching the hole in the firewall and finish the wiring harness. im making 6 extesion harnesses and using pin water proff connector instead of soilding but this is how far i am so far

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Old 01-18-2015, 11:43 PM   #12
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cut here at the 6 spots than flip the harness.



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Old 01-19-2015, 05:36 AM   #13
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Good luck to you. I had fun doing mine.
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how did you do your wiring? did you use the u.sone and flip it and cut it or did you use the euro one? and if you used the euro one did ou use the whole harness or just body harness
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Wooooah. Way late down the road.
Thanks for the update.

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Old 01-19-2015, 12:34 PM   #16
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:57 PM   #17
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another thing is i do not have the euro dash harness. so im using the lhd heater controls on the rhd box. i have to have to make the cables but i have them working. ( cables are to short) the rhd is electrical and the lhd is mechanical and the boxes are diffrent in a little way but you can get the lhd controls to work on the rhd. ill tale some more picks and ill take better picks of where i cut the harness to stretch.
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so i got a little more done this weekend. i got all the mechanical done. i got the pedals in and hooked up. abs block, clutch ect. the steering column and the foam on top of the firewall are also in and i also got the heater/ac in. i also started on the wiring and these are the clips im using. so pretty much be a plug and play. the only thing left is electrical. so no more than 2 weeks ill have this done







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Old 01-25-2015, 08:53 PM   #19
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how did you do your wiring? did you use the u.sone and flip it and cut it or did you use the euro one? and if you used the euro one did ou use the whole harness or just body harness
I used the US harness and flipped it, I couldn't find a jdm harness at the time.

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another thing is i do not have the euro dash harness. so im using the lhd heater controls on the rhd box. i have to have to make the cables but i have them working. ( cables are to short) the rhd is electrical and the lhd is mechanical and the boxes are diffrent in a little way but you can get the lhd controls to work on the rhd. ill tale some more picks and ill take better picks of where i cut the harness to stretch.
I took off the auto control boxes and put on the manual levers, I believe I switched the cables in order to have them the proper length. I used the US heater controls, so they are reversed but still function fine.

Do you have the hole cut out for the fresh air intake for the heater? What did you do to the stock heater hole location?

Wiring is the best part.
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im making a little plate for the heater hole and im going to run my amp wire through that hole. and im using my old brake booster hole for my engine bay wires and what hole? i made the hole from mu other car but didnt see a fresh air
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Old 01-26-2015, 03:25 AM   #21
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I said heater but I meant blower motor.

The hole for fresh air through the blower motor is what I meant. It is something I almost forgot about, just thought I would mention it.
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