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Old 02-03-2010, 07:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fooling/Disabling Neutral Safety Switch

In a short while I am converting my auto to a manual. Is there any way to fool or disable the neutral safety switch so it can be started without the clutch pedal depressed?
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leave the auto plug in the wire under the dash and leave the nss wire on the clutch linkage unhooked and you need to ground the black/white wire in the transmission wire harness as this is the ground wire for the starter relay. The neutral safety switch on the auto is the ground for the starter relay and the clutch safety switch on a manual breaks the start wire between the ignition switch and the start relay.
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