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SJB (Smart Junction Box) pinout/schematic

Does anyone have the pinout or a schematic of the SJB (Smart Junction Box)? What I'm really looking for is to see if the TPMS goes through this box. If so then is there something I can do to disable it.

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Here you go.

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Let me know if that contains what you're looking for!

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Let me know if that contains what you're looking for!
I was hoping to find a connection label with some reference to the TPMS. No such luck. The search continues. Thank you for the document though.

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I can't seem to get the image to copy for you but the Ford Service Manual (available on CD for about $50.00) has a diagram of the TPMS circuit itself as it leads to and from the SJB.

If you don't wish to purchase the CD, perhaps your/another dealership would be willing to copy the diagram for you.

(Mark perhaps you'll be able to copy the file as an attachment as you also appear to have a manual)
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should be called the complicated junction box...
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Doubt

I had the leaking problem and changed the SJB of my 07 V6 Mustang, the problem was that I couldn't find the same SJB and used a slightly different one, I was wandering
if anyone knows what the P1 connector on the back of the SJB does, mine had a wire that went into the SJB but the one I bought had the hole in the back but no connector
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