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Help Neutral Safety Switch- Auto to Manual

Ok here is my question and I may sound like an idiot. I had a th400 and took it out and replaced it with a tko600. Now looking at the wiring I don't have a neutral safety switch any more. Now the question, do I leave the wires separated or connect them together. Any help would be great thanks in advanced.

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Re: Help Neutral Safety Switch- Auto to Manual

OK i believe I just have to connect them together. Please if I am screwing this one up stop me. Thanks.
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Re: Help Neutral Safety Switch- Auto to Manual

You can connect the two wires together to get the starter to work again.

You might want to think about connecting it to a clutch switch like a modern car.


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Re: Help Neutral Safety Switch- Auto to Manual

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You can connect the two wires together to get the starter to work again.
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You might want to think about connecting it to a clutch switch like a modern car.
The TKO should have a neutral safety switch, you'll need to get the connector pigtail, AND that switch can't handle the amps from the solenoid, you'll need to rig up a relay.

Another option would be to fit the car with a clutch safety switch as was orignally used on 69 manual trans cars.





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Thanks, yeah I was going to think about hooking up a relay, but for now just want to get the car finished.
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