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In Reply to: 1953 Ford 950 Neutral Safety Switch posted by Jimmy on Thursday, January 30, 2014:
When I bought my 1953 NAA the starter switch was defective and someone had added a push button. I replaced the defective switch - easy job! Just unbolt the tranny top and replace the switch. A repair manual always comes in handy but this is a simple job that really doesn't need any instructions.
The switch only works when the trans is in neutral. It's possible that cleaning your switch might be enough. While you will get gear oil on your hands, you won't loose any out of the tranny.
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