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 === Kickdown Servo Wiring === === Kickdown Servo Wiring ===
-FIXME+The kickdown server wiring is only used with a stock TCU. It tells the ECU when the transmission downshifts out of overdrive. The only reason this would be plugged in is if you are using a stock TCU. If you are manual shift or are using a an aftermarket TCU then its not used. 
 === Pulse Generator Wiring === === Pulse Generator Wiring ===
 This is a four wire square plug and is confusingly the same plug as the shift solenoid plug. The pulse generator wiring collects from the top passenger side and the rear passenger side of each of the pulse generators with a clear sleeve. You really only need these with the stock [[tcu|TCU]]. This is a four wire square plug and is confusingly the same plug as the shift solenoid plug. The pulse generator wiring collects from the top passenger side and the rear passenger side of each of the pulse generators with a clear sleeve. You really only need these with the stock [[tcu|TCU]].
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 ^ Pin ^Wire Color      ^ What it goes to      ^ ^ Pin ^Wire Color      ^ What it goes to      ^
-| 1 | Blue | Pressure Control Solenoid Valve |+| 1 | Blue | Pressure Control ​Reduction ​Solenoid Valve |
 | 2 | Red | TCC Lockup Solenoid Valve(2G ONLY) | | 2 | Red | TCC Lockup Solenoid Valve(2G ONLY) |
 | 3 | Orange | Shift Control Solenoid Valve A | | 3 | Orange | Shift Control Solenoid Valve A |
 | 4 | Yellow | Shift Control Solenoid Valve B | | 4 | Yellow | Shift Control Solenoid Valve B |
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 +^Solenoid Operation^
 +^Gear     ^ SCSV A      ^SCSV B ^
 +| Fourth |Off | On |
 +| Third | Off | Off |
 +| Second | Off | On |
 +| First | On | On |
  
 ==== VSS / Speed Sensor Wiring ==== ==== VSS / Speed Sensor Wiring ====
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 ==== Gauge Cluster Wiring ==== ==== Gauge Cluster Wiring ====
-FIXME+There is auto specific wiring for the guage cluster. It is only for the indicator lights for Eco/Power mode and Overdrive on and off. Its not pertinent for function to have these. You would need to have the interior harness as well as the cluster.
 ==== Pedal Wiring ==== ==== Pedal Wiring ====
 FIXME FIXME
 ==== Shifter Wiring ==== ==== Shifter Wiring ====
-The shifter wiring is quite simple as there are only 2 things in this that need wiring. One is the overdrive on / off switch and the other is the light for under the top of the shifter where it says PRND2L. This bulb is a 1157 style bump with a flexible translucent green cap over it. The wires are green and green with red dot. The bulb wires go into the upper corners of the plug.+The shifter wiring is quite simple as there are only 2 things in this that need wiring. One is the overdrive on / off switch and the other is the light for under the top of the shifter where it says PRND2L. This bulb is a 1157 style with a flexible translucent green cap over it. The wires are green and green with red dot. The bulb wires go into the upper corners of the plug.
  
 The overdrive on / off switch is 3 wires. One is yellow with a white stripe, one is black with a white stripe and one is yellow with a white stripe. The overdrive on / off switch is 3 wires. One is yellow with a white stripe, one is black with a white stripe and one is yellow with a white stripe.
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 +//Main article: [[Shifter|Shifter]]//​
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 +//Main article: [[kigglymod|Kiggly Blue Wire Mod for manual shift]]//
  
 ==== Power / Economy Mode switch ==== ==== Power / Economy Mode switch ====
 This switch just essentially changes the shift points in the TCU. When in Eco mode it will shift early. If you put it in power mode it completes a circuit to the TCU and the TCU changes to a secondary shift map with higher/more aggressive shift points. This button is in no way connected to the ECU nor does it change anything with the engine at all. In case it needs to be said, no it does not raise the boost. This switch just essentially changes the shift points in the TCU. When in Eco mode it will shift early. If you put it in power mode it completes a circuit to the TCU and the TCU changes to a secondary shift map with higher/more aggressive shift points. This button is in no way connected to the ECU nor does it change anything with the engine at all. In case it needs to be said, no it does not raise the boost.
  
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