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T5 neutral sensor & EEC-V

Post by Shaker666 » Sun Dec 18, 2022 4:12 pm

My foray into EEC-V started with CDAN4 and now REAC4 (late model Ford Explorer), initially to leverage the 4R70W controller. I'm transplanting one of my harnesses into my '66 Mustang which has a T5 manual transmission. My question is how do I hook up the neutral sensor from the transmission to the EEC-V? The 4R examples I've seen involve two 16-position connectors that route transmission related signals. I suspect that newer manual transmissions that use EEC-V have something analogous to the 4R's MPLS, but alas I do not in the case of my aged T5. Anyone?
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