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post #1 of 4 Old 03-11-2013, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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Reverse switch wiring help

I've got a T176 tranny, and D300 TC and trying to wire them up. I'm using a brand new painless wiring harness, and the backup and 4x4 harness isn't exactly plug and play, as the painless harness has an extra wire, and doesn't have a plug. I ordered a 3 pin weather pack plug to join the two, but now the question is, what to do with the extra wire, which I assume is the black one. Should I assume red goes to red, white to white, and orange to orange?

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And my installation book that came with the new harness was recycled for me by the mice in my garage.....
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post #3 of 4 Old 03-11-2013, 03:21 PM
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Interesting they include a ground.. Certainly not needed for backup light although the NSS runs through that harness if you have an automatic.

I would just just loop the end over and coverit with some shrink tubing. Or cut the wire out but then you might find a use for it later.
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Interesting they include a ground.. Certainly not needed for backup light although the NSS runs through that harness if you have an automatic.

I would just just loop the end over and coverit with some shrink tubing. Or cut the wire out but then you might find a use for it later.
Thanks John, I've been waiting for you to chime in! And thats what I figured, just wanted to make sure.
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