OK, so I read through about a bazillion other threads asking various questions regarding the Neutral Safety Switch. I thought I had it figured out, but alas, poor Yorick.
So if I get it, on my brand new under-dash wire loom, I'm supposed to separate the ignition wire connection near the firewall (circled in the pic below) and then connect my NSS into the loom. That makes perfect sense! I can see the Red-with-Blue-Stripe wire near where the plug goes through the firewall, right next to the two Red-with-Blue-Stripe leads coming from the NSS loom. Bingo...here it is:
Ah...but it can't be as easy as that, can it!
Once the wires circled above are separated, it becomes obvious that there is a size discrepancy between the NSS wires and the above mentioned wires. See pic:
the NSS wire connections are too big to fit in the itty-bitty tiny little terminals in the under-dash loom. There's no way they're going to fit together. Arg!
I haven't ready anything about this in any of the threads I was scanning.
Has anyone else run into the same issue? Do I need to cut and splice my brand new loom to get this to fit?