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    Peugeot 206 Auto convert to manual?
    What's involved , anyone done it here?

    I have a manual car that's a write off, so i have all the bits.
    Does the flywheel bolt up to the 1600cc twin cam auto engine and the auto just unplug the elecs?
    Presume clutch pedal fits in, clutch pedal looks very fiddly to get in place?
    The gear linkages , do they fit on the existing sub-frame or is this going to be a problem area?



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    Have a look around this site, someone here in the last 6 months was converting a 306 cab auto to manual.

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    I have already done a 306 conversion but i think the 206 has it's own special set of problems.

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    The only way I can think to have a go at it, is to work from the VIN of each car, where there is a question mark look at whether the part numbers are the same or compatible.

    Subframes are commonly removed on 206, this is not a big deal - leave the rack dangling, or tie wire it up while you work. Probably simplest to remove subframe, drop powertrain out the bottom, reconfigure then lift up into the car. You will have to reconfigure the BSI to manual trans, and dummy a few wires that used to reach the transmission ECU.

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    Addo,
    what about i just swap the whole lot, subframe engine /gear-box and change all the ECU/BSI/locks from the donor car ?
    Then there should be no need to configure?

    What happens with the auto wiring, can the loom just sit there after the auto ECU is unplugged, is there any need to do anything then?

    With the car it is not worth spending money on it with another gearbox, i need to either cut my losses very soon or convert it . Already it has taken up far to much time.
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    Converting a Peugeot car from auto to manual transmission is very was and simple.

    You don't have to swap the electrical parts. Just unplug the auto components not needed anymore. If its AL4, locate the starter wire on the multifunction switch connector, bypass and take it to the starter solenoid.

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    Are all the brackets for the 206 gearchange on the auto sub-frame?
    Flywheels interchangeable? Meaning bolt pattern the same.

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