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I noticed 1broken wire for reverse light under jeep next to tranny not connected. the other is connnected to bolt on tranny, where does the broken wire connects, i dont have reverse brake light.

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Look at trans linkage while someone moves shifter maybe its not broken off but just came loose. i dont know i hate to work on a nash. help a friend keep 2 old jeep wagoneers on the road 25 years ago cured me. wont even open the hood on my sisters cherokee. 1 more thing a chiltons manual will have a wiring diagram. auto parts store or public library.take your digital camera with you. flip pages take pictures makes a nice manual to keep in your computer.thats what i do when i can. you may never need it again.or maybe you will. and apdf file will help share with others.

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