Best Quality Neutral Safety Switch Fits 1957 With Original Turboglide Fits 1955-57 With Late Model Turbo Hydra-Matic TH200, TH350, TH400, TH700R4 (1955-56 Requires Column Modifications) Also Operates As Back-Up Light Switch Neutral safety switches are found on all automatic transmission Chevy's and manual transmissions as a clutch safety switch. The neutral safety switch is a critical safety device that disables the starter operation when the vehicles transmission is not in neutral or park. When in park or neutral, this switch carries starter solenoid voltage when the ignition key is turned to the start position. If the engine was allowed to start in gear, your classic Chevy could jump forward cause a dangerous accident situation or front end damage to your baby. It also serves a reverse light switch and has this function integrated in the circuit. The location of the switch can vary from selector shaft to steering column to center console shifter. Classic Chevy is proud to offer high quality replacement neutral safety and back-up switches made to OE standards under the strictest quality control. Make sure you check the connections and adjustment before replacing, and always consult your Chevy?s service shop before doing any electrical project. We?ve got you covered! NOTE: All original neutral safety switches mounted differently and you must drill new mounting holes. Also, the hole in the column must be opened up for late-model conversions. Please see our More Product Info Tab for an in-depth tech article.
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