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Old 11-12-12, 19:37   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone Have A picture of the neutral safety connector?

Hello all,
I'm looking to see if anyone has a picture of the neutral safety switch connector? I can't seem to find the connector to jump the two wires in order for the car to start after a atx to mtx swap. Everyone says its the big grey connector with orange plug that connected to the transmission range sensor. The connector that connected to my range sensor is black and has 12 pins. Any pics or advise would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Rob
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You've got the right plug I believe, now, you must splice the black and green wires together. They will be easy to identify as they are a larger gauge then all the others. Ill get a picture for you tomorrow.
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Thanks Perkins, a picture would be great. I did find the blk and grn wire and tied them together with no luck. That's why I thought it was the wrong connector. Everyone keeps saying its a big grey and orange one, but that is already connected to the big grey female plug in the harness. I'll wait for the picture to see if I was correct or not. Again, thank you very much.

Rob
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hey i did a mtx swap recently. i got the car to start by both jumping the auto harness and by plugging in the nss thats attached to the back of the clutch pedal. my harness had a plug for it even though it was an auto car. check to see if yours has it. i think its black/blue and black/green
if you have it, no need to jump the harness. if you dont, i can take a pic of the plug that has to be jumped
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Old 11-14-12, 6:03   #5 (permalink)
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Problem solved

Thanks 97mx6, I finally got it to work . A member helped out yesterday. The problem I was having was that every one kept saying to jump 6&9 wires on the big grey and orange plug. Well, my connector is black and has more pins. That's why I was going nuts. Not one single write up or post said it was other than grey. Well it starts now, but wanted to ask you anyways, do you know how to get the neutral safety switch on the pedal to work? What's the best way to wire it? Thanks again for the help.

Rob
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