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Im replacing my shift solenoid connecter on top of the tranny because it looked like a rat was chewing on it but i need a wiring diagram as to where all these wires were located in the connecter pins. Anybody have a link for to me?
 

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Solenoid Body Connector Pin-Out Diagrams Without Colors or Pin Numbers in 89-94 & 95-96, Bronco, & up for other Ford & other makes
Source: by autotransinc.com via web.archive.org @ http://web.archive.org/web/20050206125617/http://www.autotransinc.com/connect/HarCon.htm
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Solenoid Wiring Diagram in an 89 from Ford EVTM
Source: by SeattleFSB (Seattle FSB) at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/851782et


Wiring Diagrams (Partial, Bronco similar) for F 150 in 86, 89, 91 & "95"; EEC, Start/Ignition, EFI/Fuel System, Emissions, E4OD, AOD/C6 (+ clutch interlock switch), etc. from Electrical & Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual (EVTM)


Source: by Ford via Ryan M (Fireguy50) at http://www.fuelinjectedford.com/page36.html

"When an electric solenoid engages it can produce an electromagnetic surge of current. Diodes are used to protect the vehicle's computer from back voltages. Ford originally placed the diodes on the circuit board of the 1989-94 solenoid pack. In 1995 they moved the diodes from the circuit board to the vehicle harness. We use the same board for all E4OD solenoid packs. This means there will be diodes on both early and late solenoid packs. There is no need to have diodes on the circuit board for late style solenoid packs however they will not cause any problems. These diodes have next to nothing for resistance in forward current flow. Two diodes in line as opposed to one are not noticed at all by the computer. Think of it as double protection..."
Source: by autotransinc.com via johnnytalent at FSB

Solenoid Body Connector Seating; "...Completely seat solenoid body connector into solenoid body assembly receptacle by pushing on the top of the connector. An audible click indicates full contact. Verify connection by pulling on harness..."

Source: by SeattleFSB (Seattle FSB) at SuperMotors.net
 
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