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#2413177 - 12/04/17 03:20 PM Looking for nuetral safety wiring diagram for 1972 Demon
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mopar

Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 445
Loc: Marysville Wa
4 speed. I don't have a service manual and unable to locate anything on line. Thanks for the help.
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1970 Challenger R/T 383,727, 3.55, (Wife's car)
2009 Challenger (Wife's car)
1970 Challenger R/T SE 440-4, 4-speed, 4.10 Dana
1972 Dodge Demon 396 W-2,904, 4.30, 10.660 @ 125.85
1994 Olds Cutlass 7.18 @ 190.18,(former Torco pro stocker)

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#2413195 - 12/04/17 04:07 PM Re: Looking for nuetral safety wiring diagram for 1972 Demon [Re: moparfan]
RapidRobert Offline
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Registered: 11/20/03
Posts: 33344
Loc: Lincoln Nebraska
see if the diagrams at www.mymopar.com have something
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#2413214 - 12/04/17 04:57 PM Re: Looking for nuetral safety wiring diagram for 1972 Demon [Re: moparfan]
stumpy Offline


Registered: 01/19/03
Posts: 28999
Loc: Grand Prairie,Texas
Are you running a clutch pedal switch? If not then just ground the ground terminal on the starter relay or buy a starter relay for a standard trans. It will have a built in ground. If you have a clutch switch then you ground one terminal from the switch and wire the other terminal to the starter relay ground terminal.

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#2413234 - 12/04/17 05:47 PM Re: Looking for nuetral safety wiring diagram for 1972 Demon [Re: stumpy]
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mopar

Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 445
Loc: Marysville Wa
Its a factory 4 speed car and am putting a 4 speed back in it. When I removed the 4 speed prior I ran a wire from the starter relay thru the switch on the shifter. I assumed it worked with the 4 speed prior but don't know for sure and can't remember what I did so was going to trace wires.

I didn't crawl up under the dash all the way to see if there is a switch on the pedal, I assume there is.

I want to race the car some so I need it to work plus seems like the right thing to do anyway.
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1970 Challenger R/T 383,727, 3.55, (Wife's car)
2009 Challenger (Wife's car)
1970 Challenger R/T SE 440-4, 4-speed, 4.10 Dana
1972 Dodge Demon 396 W-2,904, 4.30, 10.660 @ 125.85
1994 Olds Cutlass 7.18 @ 190.18,(former Torco pro stocker)

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#2413237 - 12/04/17 05:52 PM Re: Looking for nuetral safety wiring diagram for 1972 Demon [Re: moparfan]
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mopar

Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 445
Loc: Marysville Wa
I did find it on the link you sent Robert, thanks
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1970 Challenger R/T 383,727, 3.55, (Wife's car)
2009 Challenger (Wife's car)
1970 Challenger R/T SE 440-4, 4-speed, 4.10 Dana
1972 Dodge Demon 396 W-2,904, 4.30, 10.660 @ 125.85
1994 Olds Cutlass 7.18 @ 190.18,(former Torco pro stocker)

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#2413305 - 12/04/17 08:00 PM Re: Looking for nuetral safety wiring diagram for 1972 Demon [Re: moparfan]
Morty426 Offline
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Registered: 03/12/08
Posts: 7629
Loc: Sacramento CA
It's more of a clutch engagement switch rather than a neutral safety switch. It's located off of the clutch pedal.

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#2413353 - 12/04/17 09:44 PM Re: Looking for nuetral safety wiring diagram for 1972 Demon [Re: Morty426]
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mopar

Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 445
Loc: Marysville Wa
Thanks Morty, that's what I assumed, didn't word it very well. clutch has to be in to start car.
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1970 Challenger R/T 383,727, 3.55, (Wife's car)
2009 Challenger (Wife's car)
1970 Challenger R/T SE 440-4, 4-speed, 4.10 Dana
1972 Dodge Demon 396 W-2,904, 4.30, 10.660 @ 125.85
1994 Olds Cutlass 7.18 @ 190.18,(former Torco pro stocker)

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