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Clutch Switch

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01 Apr 2021 16:54 #42794 by alsancle
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In your picture the red wire is nice and easy to identify. Want to take a guess which one it is in mine? I can probably put a toner on the other end and figure it out.
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01 Apr 2021 17:28 #42795 by uconn_1965
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There are 2 “terminals” on the top side of the clutch switch. The red wire goes into the “terminal “ at the top closest to the oil pan.
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01 Apr 2021 17:44 #42796 by uconn_1965
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Hi Alsancle: it could only be the angle of the photo of your clutch switch but the mounting arm looks slightly bent and that could effect your shifting. The reason I say this is that many years ago I was driving to the eastern spring meet and lost all my shifting. The car was in third so I was able to drive the rest of the way to the meet. While their, Dick Green gave me 2 length of wires with alligator clips and I was able to hot wire the clutch switch. I ran the 2 wires to inside the car and on the drive back home, I had my girl friend touch the 2 wires together to complete the shift when selecting gears. The hardest part I had was convincing my girlfriend that she wouldn’t get a shock when she touched the wires together. Moral of the story is that if you drive your Cord, carry a couple of long wires with alligator clips and keep them in your glove box. When I got home, I straighten the mounting arm of clutch switch and that fixed the problem.
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