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TF727 question. Neutral Safety switch and harness

Which way does the harness plug onto the neutral safety/reverse lamp switch? There are three wires red, black, and white. Which color goes on which pin from the front of the tranny to the back?

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Re: TF727 question. Neutral Safety switch and harness

Good question. I'm interested also. Mine's got four pins on the tranny wiring harness and three pins on the vehicle-side of the harness. Obviously they don't stick together. I've been running without it plugged in for two years now.
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Re: TF727 question. Neutral Safety switch and harness

Is yours' a 727? Are the four wires: red, white, black and orange? Orange is the 4WD light from the switch on the tcase. Black is the neutral safety switch inside the tranny. I believe that red and white are the reverse switch in the tranny. If I am right about red/white, then it doesn't matter which way they go. On my tranny plug the wires go red, black, white. So the plug can go either way. I just need verification on the reverse switch.

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Re: TF727 question. Neutral Safety switch and harness

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Re: TF727 question. Neutral Safety switch and harness

black and white are you nuetral safetly wires. It doesn't matter which way they go on. Orange is 4wd and red is reverse, but i guess you already knew all that.
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Re: TF727 question. Neutral Safety switch and harness

Black (middle) is grounded when in Park & Neutral, goes to bottom post on starter solenoid.

the outer two, red and white, connect when in Reverse - inline with reverse light circuit.

The orange is for 4WD.
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Re: TF727 question. Neutral Safety switch and harness

Thanks..

Just to clarify: The red/black/white connector can be installed either way as long as the black wire remains in the middle. Red and white can be on either of the two outside posts. Orange is still for 4WD light.

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