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-05 Taco standard trans.-

While replacing mu clutch I accidentally ripped the 3 wires that go into a clip on the side of my trans.
These wires control my spedometer/odometer.

Now I have no idea which wire goes to which hole on that clip.

For the Love of God please somebody know the answer to this.
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Re: Makita

2005 cluster wiring diagram posted in your other thread.

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