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Old 08-16-2011, 08:58 AM
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I have the new T5 in Mustang and all bolted up. However, in the process I pinched off the plug for the neutral saftey and lights. I have enough wire to reconnect, just cant tell which wires they connect to. There wer like three wires coming out of the body, and no colors match. Does anyone have the wiring scheme for the transmission wiring.

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the T 5 should only have a backup light switch and a speed sensor connector.
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I have the two prong plug for the safety and reverse, I'm just not sure what wires they connect to. One the plug, one wire is white/purple stripe, and the other wire looks black with a pink stripe, not really sure and I believe the plug was taken from another vehicle. The wires coming from the chassis are the following:
Light Green, Black
Going to a seperate two prong plug not being used

Orange/Yellow Stripe, Dark Green
Plugged in with the speedo cable
Dark Green

Black/Purple, Red, White, Purple
These are the wires I'm not sure which ones should be connected to the reverse and neutral safety.Looks like the red and white were spliced together, but there were also connectors on the end of all the others too so I'm not sure which ones to use. I'm not too much worried about the neutral safety, but I need the reverse lights to pass the NC sate inspection.
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