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    Default Reverse Lights- Fixed

    I recently installed a back up camera and discovered my reverse lights did not work causing the camera not to work.

    Decided to take a look at the neutral/reverse light switch on the drivers side of the tranny.

    I discovered that 2 out of the 3 wires were broken off the connector at the connector so I had no room to splice new wire (image below).

    I disassembled the connector and rebuilt it as I could not find one in stock at my local parts stores.

    So far it works and I replaced the switch since it has a small leak around the gasket which probably ate through the wiring over many years.

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    Good show!

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    Right on.. good job
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    Nice find!

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    Right on! When I have the time (which is most of the time now) I love repairing stuff like that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99dart View Post
    Right on! When I have the time (which is most of the time now) I love repairing stuff like that!
    Thanks all. I enjoy this type of troubleshooting. Im a licensed aircraft mechanic by trade (started back in 1992) and always enjoyed troubleshooting. Although I no longer turn wrenches on airplanes (because I'm management now) I still get my mechanic fix on my RT. Wiring has always been my niche but I specialized in turbine jet engines.

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    Good job! By the way, where did you get your back up camera?

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    Nice!

    Where did you install your camera?

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