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Old 09-28-2018
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There are absolutely two identical sockets. One for the transmission and one for the engine. Whenever I connect my Prolink, I always pick the wrong one.

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IIRC the grey one is ATEC, transmission. The black one is the DDEC.

I dont know how many versions there are for the DDEC 1, maybe you can get a newer rom?


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My memory is that they both were black and indistinguishable except by number of wires.
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My '93 is like Joe's. Grey for Allison, black for DDEC
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Ive been into 8 or 10 WB and they all had grey/black plugs...

Dosnt hurt to plug into the wrong one, just get the 'no connect' error...


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Part designation correction; my previous post referenced a ScanGauge G. There is no such part number; it's a ScanGauge D.
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