“TLS”---- Bottom of Connector
Top of connector (rectangle box in center)
Looking at the back side of the plug where the wires come in
*****Top Row, starting on the Left side, back of plug**********
Orange w/Dark green Stripe
Red w/ White Stripe
Black w/ yellow Stripe
Light Green Solid
Dark Green w/ Yellow Stripe
Black w/ Green Stripe
Black w/ Red Stripe
*****Bottom Row, starting on the Left side, back of plug**********
Light Grey Solid
Black w/ White Stripe
Dark Blue w/Black Stripe
Orange w/ Red Stripe
Black w/ White Stripe
Black w/ Light Green Stripe
Red w/ Black Stripe
In order to do this swap I recommend that you purchase a second TLS wiring harness (from any year TLS) that goes from the stock TLS Gauge to the main wiring harness.
Before starting, remove your stock wiring harness that goes from the stock TLS Gauge to the main wiring harness along with the stock gauges and put them aside. (Keep them together and plugged in).
Now it’s time to modify the spare wiring harness. Push back the rubber boot that covers the plug that goes into the gauge cluster. On the back of the plug there are 2 pieces that must be unlocked and flipped away. These lock the wires in place. There is one on the top that swings up and once on the bottom that swings down. They are locked in with tabs on the sides of the connector. Once the pieces are flipped out of the way your ready to remove all the wires from the connector.
Please note that the top of the connector has the sides that extend up past the top and the center has a little rectangular box. The center rectangular box is used as a reference to designate the “Top of the plug” as shown in the diagram above.
The next step is to remove the wires from the connector one by one. To do this you will need a needle about the size of a sewing needle. Looking at the front of the connector you will see the small rectangle holes that are above the “T shaped” holes. Push the pin into the small rectangle holes and the wire should push out the back.
Once all wires are removed from the connector then it’s time to reassemble per the diagram above noting the top of the connector. Remember the diagram is looking at the back of the connector. Make sure to double check your placement of the wires.
Install the spare (now modified) wiring harness and plug in the Gixer Gauges. All should work as normal with exception that where the tempurature reading. It will now show “Check”. We are working on a solution for this.
The reason for the spare harness is that when tuning or diagnostics is needed just unplug the modified harness and gixer gauges and plug into the stock harness and TLS gauges. Once done return to gixer setup.