Gear Selector Switch Wiring

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03 Feb 2021 01:19 #42081 by JIM.OBRIEN
Replied by JIM.OBRIEN on topic Gear Selector Switch Wiring
Gary, that is instructions for a replacement switch Stan sells. AN original switch is very different.

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03 Feb 2021 01:27 #42082 by pete kelly
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Evening all
Here are pics of the selector switch as I got it.
Looks like a factory replacement part, still NOS.
Pete
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03 Feb 2021 01:28 #42083 by alsancle
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uconn_1965 wrote: Jim: you are 100% correct. One thing I might add is before you start to soldier any wires, make sure you feed the 10 wires thru that round cardboard separator at rear of switch the keeps the wires separated from the shift pencil moving in and out when selecting gears.


So I didn't have a separator when we took ours apart. Is it critical, and if so anyone know where I can find one? If not, maybe a picture and I'll make one?

thanks.

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03 Feb 2021 01:31 #42084 by alsancle
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Pete, that is a nice piece. Looks identical to the one I have. Except a lot nicer.

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03 Feb 2021 01:42 #42085 by uconn_1965
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Pete: you are correct. Over the years I’ve had a couple of those nos switches and wires. The only problem I had with them was identifying the color of the wires because they had faded and had to trace them back to the switch. I always had to pull column to solder and install the firewall connection

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03 Feb 2021 01:49 #42086 by uconn_1965
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If I had one, I would just give it to you. From my recollection, the circle is about the diameter of the back of the housing. There is a center hole large enough for the shift pencil to slide thru without touching. Then they are 10 holes for the wires but there is a special placement of holes on the disk. The purpose of this spacer is to prevent the sliding of the pencil in and out from chafing the wires.

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