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Old 04-05-2004, 12:53 AM   #1
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With that Button pod i'm working with (the perform shift TC pod) i've got a new idea. My best pod is a 3 button one. So i'm figuring i'll just rewire the angel eye halos to a switch, and the driving lamps to the pod, with a starter on the TC momentary button. Can you guys give me a diagram based off of this. I know the Ride buttons share the bottom 4 pin connector.

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This is gonna take some work. I know the TC uses the brn/wht wire, but you don't have that part of the harness. I also think it shares a ground with the other buttons. I'll have to do some more digging in the factory manual. I'm marking pages as I go, as the entire pod isn't on one page, but spread out amongst the systems that use it.
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You owe me for this one. This took an hour of service manuals and ripping into my own console. I don't have the pinouts for the perf/touring rides, as that wasn't an option in 93, so it isn't covered in my manuals.

The schematic/pinout for the TC/Shift connector is here:

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TOP<<<<=>>>> Bottom?
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Top/bottom are determined by the positioning fins on the connector

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That'* the clip/fin? Oook...

Now i just need to get some harnesses, or see if I have them.
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