Mustang Neutral Safety Switch Wiring
Neutral Safety Switch Wiring
Because operating a motor vehicle is a relatively simple task, it is easy to take for granted all that needs to happen for your car to start up, run for the duration of your journey, and turn off when you are done using it. Since the overwhelming majority of your trips inside your Ford Mustang will go off without a hitch, why would you ever think twice about the internal mechanisms that are almost always in top shape?
When it comes to automotive tasks that are second nature, having the vehicle remain firmly halted upon turning the key in the ignition is one of the main aspects of driving in which most people take for granted. This is made possible thanks to your trusty neutral safety switch, by way of your backup light wiring.Powered by the Ford Mustang neutral safety switch wiring, your backup light disables your vehicle’s starter operation when the transmission is not in neutral or park. Without a functional neutral safety switch, your pony car could potentially thrust forward the very second that you turn the key to the ignition. Thankfully, your trusty neutral safety switch wiring prevents the engine from starting in gear and keeps the vehicle firmly planted before you decide to shift either into drive or reverse.
In order for your engine to start, a sufficient amount of power, derived from the neutral safety switch wiring, must flow from the backup light switch itself to the starter relay. Though your factory backup light is generally reliable, your original Mustang neutral shift wiring harness will struggle to successfully transmit electricity over time.
If you turn the key and the car still does not start, the problem likely resides with your neutral switch wiring. Similarly, if your engine cranks in any gear besides park or neutral, or if it fails to crank at all, a faulty neutral safety switch is likely the culprit. The best way to not only preserve your transmission but to prevent any accidents or serious injuries is to swap out any damaged or frayed wires for a new neutral shift wiring harness as soon as possible.
Find the Best Mustang Neutral Safety Switch Wiring at CJ Pony Parts
Restoring a First Generation pony car is a time-honored tradition, but the rebuilding project does not come without its fair share of headaches. In addition to locating a plethora of OE Mustang parts, Ford owners must properly trace, and subsequently disable any frayed wiring throughout the vehicle. Instead of performing this long and tedious task, why not swap out your impaired wires with a brand new Mustang neutral safety shift wiring harness?
With that I mind, CJ Pony Parts is proud to be your one-stop-shop for the best Mustang neutral safety switch wiring components as well! Because we are dedicated to helping you rebuild your classic pony in a timely manner, CJ’s only carries replacement Mustang neutral safety switch wiring parts from the most trusted names in the industry.
CJ’s sells exact-reproduction Mustang neutral safety switches that will directly replace your factory equipment and keep your pony car running as good as new for many years to come! In an attempt to expedite the installation process, the Ford Mustang safety switches from CJ’s feature two alignment holes that are correct to the factory switch.
In order to prevent any serious harm to yourself and the vehicle, be sure to route the Mustang safety switch wiring away from the exhaust. Getting too close to the hot exhaust can melt the wiring, and cause even more problems down the road.
If you are searching for a new Mustang neutral safety switch wiring harness, CJ’s has you covered! These OEM-style neutral safety switch wiring harnesses link the factory dash harness to the neutral safety switch, by way of six different connectors. Similar to the neutral safety switches, these reproduction neutral safety wiring harnesses will directly replace your factory setup, and can be installed in no time!
What are you waiting for? Head over to CJ Pony Parts for the best Mustang neutral safety switch wiring options on the market today!