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Where is fuse link D?

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Starting problem. Nuetral safety switch fail!

I think I have found out the starting problem with my 89 Bronco. I think it is the fuse link D, that goes between the ignition and the starter solenoid....I just have no idea where it is located. I have done a search on this site and cannot find any thing.

Please help me out if you can.

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My shift pattern is P-R-N-D-2-1.
I will post more pics when I get the part tomorrow!
ok, good; I had to make sure; I had this bad feeling that I made a big mistake....:thumbup
Yay it runs! finally! I only replaced every component of the starting system (which I actually don't mind doing because it has about 270xxx miles on it)
So the NSS was the broblem. It probably took me a total of 5 minutes to change this part. As you can see in the pic it has two bolts holding it on and one nut holding on the downshift lever. the hardest part is the downshift lever has to be immobilized while you loosen the nut. You can do this with a screwdriver like me or the book says to use a guage rod or something. You can get to it on the drivers side of the tranny. Here is a pic of it installed...

Here is the old and new one side by side. The replacement I found was a borg warner design part. I am a little dissapointed in the quality, the epoxy that the wiring is sealed in doesn't seem like a good job. But it works for now and is easy to replace if it goes bad.
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Thanks DOG!
Good to see DIY $$ saving again..
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