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Pedal positioning switch

I have a 97 4.0 ranger im going to do a swap on And i need a little help figuring out how to hook the switch up
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http://http://www.justanswer.com/for...n-disable.html try this diagram first it shows the two wires you need.
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It will not let me go to it its saying tht its not there
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http://www.justanswer.com/ford/3hq3n...n-disable.html try copying and pasting it in to address bar this is the full link it let me copy and paste the link must have messed up it shows a pink and white /pink wire to the switch should be able to find those in the plug at the firewall. The other two terminals on the switch control fuel sending and cruise disengage but i have no idea where to connect those to but i don't have it and so far no issues the pink and white/pink are the NSS wires that should be all you need.
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