I'll take a stab at this although I have not used the Bowler harness.I had a quick question about the wiring end. I am installing my 6060 this week and I have bowler harness which is identical for the t56.
1. I do not recall any plug for a "skip shift" solenoid on my 2017 mt82, was that eliminated by then? I assume the tr6060 doesn't have that useless feature.
2. Sorry for my ignorance but I removed my MT82 a couple months back and I sold it to a local guy who needed one so I cant recall but is there only an OSS and Reverse connectors on the vehicle end? I had a buddy over and didn't want to take too much time up so we were trying to get it out quickly.
3. Specific to the diagram made above, BN-BU is just the 3rd wire on the OSS needing a new chassis ground right? It says in their manual the signal ground can just be capped and not used. Any reason you couldnt just run the bowler unit ground wire and this BN-BU unit together and ground them as a single wire?
1 - Never seen a skip shift solenoid
2 - All I remember is the OSS and reverse
3 - For the ground wires, I think the reason for what they ask for is to have a dedicated ground for the Bowler unit. Since the Bowler unit only has one ground wire, it is the return for both the signals and the power to the unit. The most important thing is that you do NOT connect black to BN-BU without also connecting it to chassis ground. This would make all the electrical current that is powering the Bowler unit return through the BN-BU wire and then through the PCM. The BN-BU wire is just a signal reference, and is not meant to sink a bunch of current, and you could damage the PCM. The safest way to go is to give the Bowler unit a dedicated ground, and then ground the BN-BU wire somewhere else.