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Neutral Safety Switch issue
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runninpony 
Hi Everyone,
Looking for some help -----------
Took the car out yesterday and she ran great. Went out to start today turned the key and nothing no crack. Looked underneath and saw this at the neutral safety switch, does this look right??  The car is an automatic.    Did I loose some linkage, or is this suppose to be connect to the other linkage.
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That's for the kick down rod, the other of which would connect to the throttle lever on the carburetor.



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Kick down rod...
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