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637 Simplicity Yeoman 1972


Eddie

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I have a quick question about a 1972 Yeoman, on the top of the transmission there is a elecrical connector with two prongs that come out of it for wires. If anyone knows what this part does I would appreciate it, the connector also has like a switch on the bottom of it. When you put it into neural the shift rod hits the swith up and I don't know that the elctrical connector does after that. If anyone knows what wires go on to the switch or what color the wires are I would appreciate it, thankyou.
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Its the neutral safety switch. It ties into your ignition switch with ,I believe, a purple and a blue wire. It opens the circuit from your ignition switch to the starter solenoid if the transmission is engaged(Engine will not Start) it closes the circuit when the transmission is in neutral (switch pushed in) so the engine will start. Sam
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