The connection of Pins 11(White/Red) and 12(White/orange) of the Module are
the only concern to keep the starter function. how it is accomplished is
entirely up to the owner either cutting your harness and splicing the two
together and stow the plug, building a pin jumper and stowing the plug, or
bridging solder across the two pins in the module itself and then plugging
the plug back into the module.
enjoy the new rebuild
74 & 76 Six
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Monday, October 14, 2002 9:40 PM
Subject: Seat Belt Interlock, '74 TR6
I'm about to start the engine for the first time since rebuild, 16 months
I recall there was a description regarding bypassing the seal belt lock-out
in the 1974 TR6s. It involved splicing two wires together.
Please, if someone knows the procedure, please let me know.
1974 TR6, Frame-off coming back together.
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