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World class t5 , no reverse

Johnnyj

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My 72 Lemans came with a world class t5 tranny that was removed from a Camaro.
The reverse switch is installed in the tranny, but no wiring attached. Do I need to buy
A harness or pigtail to wire it up, and where do I find a diagram that shows where the pigtail
Wires go. Any commendation as to where to buy what's needed.
 

melsg5

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I assume the car had an automatic to start with. There already is a fuse in the box marked for the backups. That fuse would have supplied power to the neutral safety switch on the automatic and that switch sent the power to the backup lights. So you could run a wire from the fuse to the new switch and from there to the backup lights.
 
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