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07-18-2014 19:40:24

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Never saw a 35 with the safety switch feature but ever who decided it was not needed must have went to work for GM.

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07-18-2014 20:41:12

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 Re: Bad mistake in reply to 2tractors, 07-18-2014 19:40:24  
On the 35 the short shift lever must be in neutral to start (unless it has been bypassed). This serves as a safety switch of sorts.

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07-20-2014 22:09:00

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 Re: Bad mistake in reply to phil(va), 07-18-2014 20:41:12  
The gear shift doesn't have the safety switch. It works in conjunction with the safety switch though. The safety switch is on top of the bellhousing under the dash.

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07-18-2014 19:54:06

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 Re: Bad mistake in reply to 2tractors, 07-18-2014 19:40:24  
It looks like a big plumbing plug, on the tranny case under the battery. Works off a third rod- third rail? from the tranny. When the shifter and hi/lo are in neutral, juice goes thru the wire to the solenoid- in gear? Cuts the circuit. Look in the YT parts page, they should have a picture. Not expensive, way cheaper than a trip to the hospital!!!!

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07-19-2014 04:24:40

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 Re: Bad mistake in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-18-2014 19:54:06  
Yeah another mistake that came to me in the middle of the night. I was thinking of the to20 with the neutral switch with gear shifter. Only one of mine has wires attached an its not right.Thanks

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