I have a problem with my P-Rails and and their fancy-pants wiring. I used the "2 P-Rails 2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3 Way 2 push/pull (option #2)" wiring diagram and the pickups are out of phase with each other. I double-checked my wiring and the push-pulls are working perfectly to give the rail/P90/series/parallel sounds from each pickup individually, but when I put the 3-way switch in the middle position with both volumes at 10 the output drops to almost nothing and the tone is thin (if you turn up the gain enough to hear anything) regardless of the push-pull settings. When I roll down either volume from 10 towards 0 the signal goes up then down. Classic pickups out of phase with each other behavior. The pickups were purchased as a set and they have the correct part #s for the bridge and neck pups, so it seems like a factory problem. Either the colored leads got put on wrong or one of the magnets is reversed. I haven't had a chance to check the polarity of the magnets but that's next on my list. Inquiry with SD customer service has no response as of yet.
How in the world do I go about fixing this? Normally switching phase would be easy, but with the coil switching I'm having a hard time to figure out what wires would need to be swapped. I suspect that swapping the roles of the green/black wires from ground/hot to hot/ground and swapping the white/red would fix phasing and keep the coil cuts correct, but I would love to have another eye on the circuit.