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I'm mostly just consolidating the info I used while I did the swap and making it a little easier to follow.
First off I want to give credit to float_6969 and ericherm1 because both of their threads have very useful info for doing this swap.
float_6969's thread http://forums.nicoclub.com/zerothread?id=5142
ericherm1's thread http://forums.nicoclub.com/zer...age=1
1. Digital climate control unit (duh)
2. DCC sub harness (It cannot be cut)
3. Mix door motor (replaces the temp slider on the analog unit)4. Ambient air temp sensor
(you can get it from a 91 pathfinder and most mid 90's maxima)
5. Cabin air temp sensor (most mid 90's maxima)
6. Aspirator (mid 90's maxima with automatic climate control)
7. Sunload sensor (most mid 90's maxima)
8. Blower motor speed controller, a.k.a. blower resistor and blower speed sensor (I got mine from a 92 Q45 but most mid 90's maxima with automatic climate control should work to)
9. Thermo control amp, I'm not sure if this is required or not, but I'm still using the stock one and everything works like it should (mid 90's maxima with automatic climate control)
As far as I know the first 3 parts cannot be found in anything other than the Japanese s13s with the DCC.
First of all you DO NOT need the entire jdm harness, just the complete uncut DCC sub harness, the usdm s13 harness WILL work with very little modification.
Secondly, the usdm harness does not have a "high speed fan relay", the relay in the usdm harness energizes when the ignition is turned on does nothing more than provide a ground to the analog unit and the mode door motor. The relay does not need to be removed and will not cause any problems. (unless you unplug it)
The dcc unit has 3 positive wires, 1 ground and 3 sensors that need to be hooked up.
All three positive wires are on the dcc sub harness:
1. Green/White stripe, on small white 7 pin plug, this needs to be ran to an Ign+. This wire can be moved to an empty spot on large white 16 pin plug (see page 1 of ericherm1's thread for the location it is moved to)
2. Blue/Red stripe, on the small white 7 pin plug, this needs to be ran to a Ign+. I tied this wire into the large Blue/Red stripe wire on the blower motor.
3. Red, the plug with a single wire, this needs to be ran to a constant +12v. I tied it into the memory wire for the radio, Red/Black stripe.
The ground wire is easiest to find on the car's harness:
Red/Yellow stripe, found on the large white 16 pin plug on the usdm harness, this wire needs to be cut and the side that goes to the dcc needs to be grounded(one of the bolts on the shifter boot works great), tie the other end of the wire out of the way.
The sensors, are easy to hook up ,even easier if the plugs for them aren't cut off, each sensor has two wires.
This is almost word for word from float_6969's post. (There is not much I could do to make this any easier to under stand)
1. Sunload Sensor - (LG/B +) - (G/Y -) - The sunload sensor is a diode and is polarity sensitive. DON'T HOOK THIS UP WRONG. (this has a separate plug in the dcc sub harness)
2. Cabin air temp Sensor - (BR +) - (LG -) - This is a thermistor. I don't believe that it is polarity sensitive, but I'd make sure to hook it up right anyway. (this has a separate plug in the dcc sub harness)
3. Ambient Temperature Sensor
- (LG/Y +) - (LG -) - Same as above. (these wires are on the small white 7 pin plug)
The only wiring left to do is to plug in the large white 6 pin and large white 16 pin plugs on the dcc sub harness to the corresponding plugs on the harness in the car.
All that’s left now is to mount the air mix door motor, Ambient air temp sensor, aspirator, sun load sensor, cabin temp sensor and change the blower speed controller (and thermo control amp if you have it). (I still need to mount everything, it looks like my dash threw up in the passenger seat)
1. the mix door motor mounts towards the bottom of air box behind the control unit.
2. the Ambient air temp sensor mounts under the hood latch on the vertical bar in front of the radiator.
3. there is a spot on the drivers side of the air box for the aspirator that needs to be cut out for it, the other end of the tube hooks to cabin temp sensor (see page 3 of ericherm1's thread for more details)
4. The sun load sensor mounts on the trim piece around the defroster vent
(there is a good pic on the first page of ericherm1's thread)
5. cabin temp sensor, I glued mine to the coin holder then cut some slots in the holder for air to flow through. (the best place I found to mount it)
6. The blower motor speed controller and thermo control amp mount to the air box behind the glove box.(there is a good pic on the first page of ericherm1's thread)
That’s it, now just enjoy your fully functional automatic digital climate control. Honestly the hardest part of the swap is finding the all the parts to do it. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
Επίσης πάρα πολλές πληροφορίες έχει και εδώ: ( προς το τέλος )http://forums.nicoclub.com/silvia-digital-climate-control-instructions-t94307.html
Πολλές φωτό έχει και εδώ:http://forums.ma240sx.net/showthread.php?tid=8421
( SR20DET )
Εδώ για S14http://www.chuonthis.com/cars/s14-dcc/
Και εδώ για S14 με πλήρη διαγράμμματα..http://www.nissanclub.com/forums/general-nissan-altima-discussion-1993-2001/216498-howto-manual-automatic-digital-climate-control-conversion.html
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