well, round two on getting this thing going. 1983 Itasca Spectrum on 1982 Chevy P30 Chassis.
Not getting any power to the starter solenoid. So Im thinking check the ignition switch or neutral safety switch. This is a dash mounted shifter, I don't see anything like a NSS under the dash. Follow the cable down to the transmission. Nothing there either. I see a connecting rod coming off of the linkage that goes into the tranny, just hanging there. It looks like there are two bolt holes in the tranny, not sure dirty and dark. I look up around the bell housing, there is a bundle of wires with a connection recepticle with nothing conneced. The connector is about the diameter of a quarter, two horizontal, two vertical female slots. One of the horizontal is heavier wire, red, has power when I turn the key.
Unless I'm blind and missed some hidden NSS, is this where it should go? I looked online at the auto parts shops, but they only had what appeared to be column mounted NSS. Am I on the right track here? If this is my problem, where would I purchase one? I have looked online for a 1982 P30 shop manual, but no luck. Safety wise, I wouldn't operate drive this thing, but assumming this is the NSS plug, can I cross the recepticle wires to get the motor running? If so, how? Hopefully, I not barking up the wrong tree!!
Thanks for any input.