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Ryan Q

Overdrive Solenoid Disabled

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I had only owned my '47 Continental a short period of time before I parked it for an extended period.  I'm getting ready to make up for lost time and while under the car this past weekend I saw that the wires to the overdrive solenoid are not currently connected.  The previous owner had the car re-wired shortly before he passed and it is possible that this was just an oversight, but just in case it wasn't, is there anything I should be on the lookout for before I reconnect things?

 

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Best to find a good schematic diagram so you'll know which wire goes where.  The little red service and repair manual has one (ebay has them), and several are available on the web, look for the right year.  Make sure the fuse is good as well.

Abe

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