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Old 07-30-2011, 06:27 PM
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Need some help. Back up lights don't work on a 69 Camaro. Bulbs are good, could it be neutral safety switch? If it is where is it located?

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If neutral start switch has a pink and a green wire connected, these wires are for the backup lights. To test, disconnect the wires and touch them together. If the lights work the switch could be out of adjustment or shot.
If the turn signals work the fuse is OK because they are on the same fuse as the backup lights.

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He asked for the location of the switch

Uneducated guess: steering column near your shin when you drive?
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or maybe by the shifter itself.. i.e. console
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