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Old 05-01-2012, 10:42 PM   #1
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How do you bypass the mustang neutral safety switch? My harness has the fuel pump relay built in. So do I run the red wire all the way to the pump or can I tap in under the driver seat? Thanks in advance

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Just went through all of this. The neutral safety switch and clutch safety switch tie together, it is a red/blue wire that normally goes to the ford starter solenoid. If you trace it back, it splices into an 18g white/pink wire from the ignition switch, run this to a separate relay that will go to the starter, I will post my thread on the wiring, it is very simple to do actually.

This is my thread it should answer pretty much all your questions about wiring.
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Edit: Just realized the correct picture was taken down. The only difference from the drawing on the second page, is that the white/pink from ignition switch to starter, runs through a separate relay first.
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I was told you can put a jumper wire in the nss to bypass it?
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