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Back up lights won't work

I have the same problem. I recently changed the clutch and I checked all of the wiring on the transmission. All seems to be good. There is a switch/relay for the tail lights but I'm not sure where it is located.

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    not where your shift linkage attached? wires running into it.

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Screws into side of transmission, on standard.

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