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    Default T-5 Neutral switch

    when I was building my 86 capri or when I found it it was missing the drive train, I found a replacement T-5 but it does not have the neutral switch on top but my harness has the connector that would go to that switch. my question is that I have the switch on the clutch pedal that allows the car to start but when I do the KOER test it wont do the test unless I hold in the clutch the hole time. can I use a jumper wire down on the connector by the trans? and keep it there?
    2017 Mustang ECO BOOST (DD) 1986 Capri 5.0 Silver/Red
    1969 Falcon XW GTHO coupe (SOLD) went to australia
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    I don't think you want to keep it there because that will confuse the computer. If it was me, I'd wire in a toggle switch and just switch it on when I want to run the test.
    Brad

    '79 Mercury Zephyr ES 5.0L GT40 EFI, T-5
    '17 Ford Focus ST
    '14 Ford Fusion SE Manual

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    You can also just swap the top cover with one that has a switch.
    2 1986 cougars (both 4 eyed and 5.0)
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