(3) Remove the nut washer, securing the horn
mounting bracket, and remove the horn.
(4) Remove the screw, nut, and washer attaching
the horn relay and remove the relay.
d. Installation. Reverse procedures in c above.
Figure 2-33. Transmission neutral switch. installed view.
c. Installation. Reverse procedures in b above.
(1) Place the direction shift lever in neutral (N)
Figure 2-32. Horn and horn relay. installed view.
(2) Loosen the locking screw on the cam lever
2-41. Transmission Neutral Switch
(fig. 2-33) and position the cam lever so the switch
roller is at the low point of the cam.
a. General. The transmission neutral switch is
(3) Tighten the cam lever screw, making sure the
attached to the underside of the steering column
cam lever does not move.
support bracket. The purpose of this switch is to
(4) Check adjustment by attempting to start the
prevent the engine from being started unless the
engine with the direction shift lever in either forward
direction shift lever is in neutral (N) position. A cam
(F) or reverse (R) position. The starter motor should
lever attached to the direction shift lever shaft actuates
not operate unless the direction shift lever is in neutral
the switch. Always check the cam adjustment (d below)
before replacing the switch when starter motor failures
have been traced to the switch circuit.
2-42. Hour Meter Switch
b. Removal. See figure 2-33. To remove the switch,
a. General. The hourmeter switch is located on the
disconnect the 2 connectors on the switch leads from
lower right hand side of the engine near the flywheel.
their mating connectors and then remove the 2 mount-
This switch is activated by engine oil pressure. The
hourmeter on the instrument panel, operates only
when the engine is running.
h. Inspect. Inspect hourmeter switch for a leaking
or otherwise damaged condition. Replace a defective
c. Removal. Refer to figure 2-34 and remove the
hour meter switch as follows:
(1) Tag and disconnect the wiring.
(2) Remove the hour meter switch.