There are several Fender serial number lookup pages, there's one which is quite good.
Fender Serial Number Lookup
The Ops guitar neck serial comes back as
HWY1 TELE MN HBL
It is defeating the object of the DoubleTap design.
Mr Shaw spent a lot of time experimenting with the coil values to get the split/tapped sounds he wanted.
I wonder how many failed attempts to use the regular Fender HB color code have there been.
Green and bare to ground, black and white...
US14 is 2014. A 2003 would be Z3.
Link to Fender info
Someone swapped the neck while you weren't looking?
Might be worth checking the neck heel for date stamps.
This should work.
The switch output (white wire) is routed through the spare S1 pole and on to the modified TBX input. The TBX output is routed as original diagram (yellow wire).
Operating the S1 disconnects both the input and output of the TBX and routs the switch output directly to the S1...
Another comparison image to try to clear up the confusion.
Cotoh modern and Fender vintage bridges have the same screw fixing and string-through hole locations relative to the bridge pickup. They are different to the Fender American Standard, Deluxe, Elite and Ultra and do not fit these models...
The solution is fit an American Standard/Series or a Deluxe/Elite/Ultra bridge with 6 saddles. The American Standard/Series pre 2008 is similar to the Delxe Elite with block saddles and offset intonation screws. You will have to drill one extra hole.
Fender part numbers may help in your search...
That Fender serial link doesn't work for me. Am I doing something wrong?
Here's a few more oddball Fender serials
AMXN + 6 DIGITS
California Series electric guitars and basses, '97 and '98 (The California Series instruments with an AMXN prefix share U.S./Mexico origin.)
MSN + 6 DIGITS
The Fender registration site identifies it as a Special
Product 0115802305 is the American Special in Olympic White
That Megaswitch M diagram is geographically challenged.
The pickup representations are left to right with German names which is very confusing.
This follows the usual convention of bridge (steg) pickup on the right and neck (hals) on the left
The 6 way Electroswitch review is useful.