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Old 01-09-2015, 10:00 AM
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241OR Swap into TJ - Speedo Wiring

I have looked at plenty of swap Threads about speedo wiring but cant seem to figure mine out as the wiring colors are different from most threads out there...

My question is , on a speedo wiring , are there any "live" wires that need to be tested for power and ground ? or is this just send a signal from the Case to the dash? or can I just connect and test , drive, and see if works?

Not the best with electrical so any help would be appreciated...

this is the link I have been following , but my 241or wires are different colors , and my 97 TJ wiring is different colors from the ones in this thread

http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/jeep-...nto-97-tj.html
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3 wire sensor easy ....

one is key on 5 volt
one is ground
and the last one is the signal back to the computer

what year/model is the tcase from ? and what color wires?
and what color wires do you have on the jeep

ill see if I can match them up for ya
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Old 01-09-2015, 02:48 PM
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3 wire sensor easy ....

one is key on 5 volt
one is ground
and the last one is the signal back to the computer

what year/model is the tcase from ? and what color wires?
and what color wires do you have on the jeep

ill see if I can match them up for ya

sweet Cheese ... yeah I figured one is power, signal ,ground ...will post pics tonight if I cant figure it out gonna arm myself with multimeter and my buddy says we can get er done...

gotta do linkage, tranny mount , and bumpstops and speedo...I just wanna beat on this damn thing

97 TJ w/ 2006 Rubicon Tcase
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Old 01-09-2015, 06:19 PM
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06 rubi

yellow/pink =5volt
darkblue/orange =vss signal
darkblue/darkgreen = ground

97 tj

violet/orange =5 volt
white/orange = vss signal
brown/yellow =ground

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Old 01-10-2015, 07:54 PM
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Hahhaha thanks Cheese!! I just read the post now.. Was about to post the same info as I did it today using a multimeter and 241 wiring schematic.. Thanks for the help tho bud
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