Oh, I thought you had a later B. On a Mark I you have the handy access
panel, so it's no problem.
on 9/18/02 7:10 PM, Carl French at email@example.com wrote:
> How did you manage to get the switch out and back in?
> It was really not that hard (had some help from Paul Hunt). This is for my D
> type overdrive mind you and I think the later is different. We had to remove
> the transmission carpet, get off the 11 screws that hold down the large access
> panel on the top of the hump and after dropping transmission crossmember to
> give us more help. The switch was right there and it took two minutes to
> remove it and take out one washer. I think I have heard that on the later
> overdrive the switch may be on the side and I recall a post about someone
> making their own access panel at the spot. hey, It is going to be covered by
> the carpet so what the hell.
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