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Full Size Neutral Safety Switch, 2-Speed Powerglide, Console Shift, 1965-1968

Part #:
Replacement for OEM #: 1993696
Alt Part #: 40-10603
Availability: Available - Allow extra time for delivery
Fitment: 1965 thru 1968
See applications below for exact details.

1965-68 Neutral Safety Switch For 2 Speed Powerglide Automatic, Console Shift
$64.99 ea.
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  • Restoration Correct Neutral Safety Switch
  • Replaces Orignal GM Part Number 1993696
  • For Automatic 2-Speed Powerglide
  • Console Shift Applications Only
Eckler's Late Great Chevy has this new Neutral safety switch for your 1965, 1966, 1967 or 1968 Bel Air, Biscayne, Impala or Caprice with a floor console. These are found on all automatic transmission and manual transmission equipped Full Size Chevrolet as a clutch safety switch. The neutral safety switch is a critical safety device that disables the starter operation when the vehicles transmission is not in neutral or park. When in park or neutral, this switch carries starter solenoid voltage when the ignition key is turned to the start position. If the engine was allowed to start in gear, your Impala, Caprice, Bel Air Or Biscayne could jump forward cause a dangerous accident situation or front end damage to your baby. It also serves a reverse light switch and has this function integrated in the circuit. The location of the switch can vary from selector shaft to steering column to center console shifter. Eckler's Late Great Chevy is proud to offer high quality replacement neutral safety and back-up switches made to OE standards under the strictest quality control. Make sure you check the connections and adjustment before replacing, and always consult your Full Size service shop manual before doing any electrical project. Eckler's Late Great Chevy has got you covered for all your 1965, 1966, 1967 or 1968 needs!
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