TIPM Connector Pin identification

Tiny
HAGMAN
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  • 2010 DODGE RAM
  • 5.7L
  • V8
  • 4WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 78,000 MILES
Hello,
I have the truck listed above 1500 and I am looking for a diagram or something that would show me the TIPM (under fuse box) harness connectors-(I.E. C2 through C6) pin numbers with the corresponding wires. I can't seem to find this info anywhere and this particular truck has a couple harnesses made by Tyco? The 9,000 page pdf shop manual that I have shown different TIPM harness connectors than what the truck has. I've looked everywhere and can't find this info. Please help. Thanks
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Wednesday, May 4th, 2022 AT 8:52 PM

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Tiny
RANDY B
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This fuse box is the same from 2010 through 2022 1500 models and should be the same for 2010 through 2012 2500s. The differences will be in the options on any truck. Some fuses may be missing, and a few can have different fuse ratings for different trucks. You'll see optional circuits listed in parenthesis on the underside of the fuse box cover.

You are likely to also find some wires and terminals missing in your fuse box if the option listed isn't on your truck.
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Thursday, May 5th, 2022 AT 10:29 AM
Tiny
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Randy,

Thanks very much. I do believe this is what I'm looking for. If I have any other questions like possible P0750 (Faulty Shift Solenoid A), can I ask advice on that after I look at a couple things? Thanks again, you have a good weekend.
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Thursday, May 5th, 2022 AT 9:40 PM
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RANDY B
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You're free to ask anything. If I don't know the answer, I'll make something up. I know I can get away with it because obviously you don't know the answer either.

The truth of the matter is we all have our areas of expertise, and we leave some topics for other experts to tackle. Electrical is one of my specialty areas, but transmissions is not. I can help with electrical problems related to computer-controlled transmissions, which, by the way is another in a very long list of firsts developed by Chrysler for 1989 models, but when it comes to the mechanical aspect, I have rebuilt a few 904s and 727s for myself, but I'm not the best person to take on other peoples' problems.

What you should do if it comes down to a mechanical problem, is post a new question, for two reasons. First, once I posted my first reply, unlike on other sites where anyone can chime in and post confusing information, this became a private conversation between the two of us. As such, none of the other experts are going to see this or have a chance to reply. That is likely to not get you the help you need.

The second issue is the site owners go to a lot of trouble indexing all questions by topic and again by model and year. That makes it easier for others to research similar problems and find solutions right away without them having to write their own story and wait for a reply. When the conversation shifts to a new or unrelated topic, it becomes impossible to categorize in a way others can find it. That's an even bigger concern when a lot of useful or elusive information has been covered. We want others to be able to find our wondrous replies.

Go ahead and ask anything, but if you think starting a new question is appropriate, here's the link to get you there:

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Friday, May 6th, 2022 AT 12:42 PM

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