Universal All-in-One Wire Harness by Classic Instruments®. Tremec T-56 Magnum transmissions are equipped with 3 electronic connections that control the vehicle speedometer output, reverse lockout, and reverse lights. Hot rod and aftermarket applications of this transmission do not offer a convenient process for connecting the reverse lockout feature. Many have turned to workarounds such as connecting the reverse lockout to the brake light switch. While this method works, it can lead to premature wear on the reverse lock-out solenoid and often requires several additional wiring harnesses which adds time and potential complication to the process. Bowler’s easy-to-install harnesses provide proper OE functionality for the reverse lockout feature, plus reverse light connection and VSS signal, all with one setup. The harnesses are also equipped with 2 independent speed sensor outputs, one for the speedometer and one for the ECU if needed. These harnesses prevent the need for extra parts, time, and complication.
- Fits Following Transmissions: Tremec T56
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