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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2020 11:33 pm 
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Apologies for reviving a old post, but I've been following this guide and ran into a snag. The wires from my 3g shifter (taken from a 2003 Spyder) have different colored wires than the author indicated (black, blue, white, red/white, red, and yellow).

Has anyone attempted this install and ran into the same issue? I haven't been able to find any wiring documentation for this shifter. Thanks,


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:50 pm 
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My advice is to get a shop print you out the page with the shifter and transmission wiring diagram contained in ProDemand from Snap-on.

Anyone with access to the program can take a screen shot and send it to you, as well.

Or try this:

https://www.club3g.com/threads/2003-200 ... nk.141363/


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 02, 2020 7:40 pm 
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Thanks. I disassembled the 3g shifter wiring and determined what each wire does:

Black - common wire for mode selection
Red/white - auto shifting mode
Blue - manual shifting mode
Red - common wire for shifting
Yellow - up shift
White - down shift

I connected power from the TCU harness to black, TCU power to red/white, shift box power to blue, and red to ground (the DSM-Plus2 shift box doesn't come with a white/black wire). Yellow and white connect to the shift buttons.

This setup accomplished what the original poster had done. Hopefully this helps someone else with this setup.

NW


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