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1995 electrical w1996sport drive train 4x4?

I took the engine,trans,transfer case & front end from a 1996 cherokee sport and installed it on my 1995 grand cherokee 2wd. It appears that 4 electrical connectors to the trans/transfer case Don't match up.

Lights work,however, ignition is not working. I was able to start the vehicle by crossing the silinoid. Engine runs great. I took my intake manifold and fuel rail so was hoping that we wouldn't have a ignition problem.

I sure could use some help.

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Do you have reverse lights? If not the wires go to the neutral safety switch. You may need to re-wire it to restore operation The haynes manual has a good plug diagram.

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