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In Reply to: Re: 1953 Ford 950 Neutral Safety Switch posted by Jimmy on Thursday, January 30, 2014:
A 53 would be a Jubilee, check this site out. a lot of info.
I am not sure about the Jubilee but my n's have a wire to the thumb switch. if yours does, make sure that connection is good. If you have to replace the switch, the top of the trans comes off pretty easily, at least on an 8N. I need to get a book on the Jubilee for reference! The n has a spring under the cover in the rear. It may stick to the cover. don't drop it in the trans. A new gasket and switch will probably fix you up, if the switch turns out to be your problem.
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