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fisher wiring harness backfeeding truck battery

Got a different truck so going from a 4 port to a 3 port 3 wire harness... all hooked up according to diagram but now when the truck battery is connected, the truck starts!! Have taken apart and re-run all wires multiple times- always run my own wiring harnesses and never had this problem before... new light harness, new isolation module... old vehicle control harness (less than 5 years- never had problems) ANY HELP GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!
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