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My backup lights are not working. tried the fuse and they are still not working. Is there a relay somewheres (where)? Or a wire (where)?

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  • Richard Scordino Sep 02, 2010

    checked the neutral safety switch?

  • jwalborn1 Sep 02, 2010

    what is the neutral safety switch? where is it?

  • jwalborn1 Sep 02, 2010

    what and where is the neutral safety switch?
    My reverse lights are not working. i changed the fuses and i know they are not blown. Is there a relay switch and if so where is it? Or could it be wiring? where could i locate that?

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Switch is either on the right side of the transmission opposite where the shift control linkage is, or, on the left rear corner of the case just above the pan rail, depending upon which transmission you have. It is an automatic, right?

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