Among the myriad of things to fix on my 93 Convertible project are the neutral safety switch and the cruise control. The car was originally a T5 car but now has AOD. The ecu is A9P which is correct for the AOD. The trans is rebuilt and has a new NSS switch in it. The harness is plugged in down at the transmission. I believe my problem is under the dash near the pedals. The clutch pedal had been removed along with the switch that would normally be associated with it. The harness plug for ignition interrupt that would have been connected to the clutch NSS switch is jumped with a wire between the contacts in the plug. That same clutch mounted NSS switch would also have had the interrupt circuit for the cruise control connected to it. That cruise control interrupt harness is hanging up there simply not connected, nor jumpered. So, where to I begin? I need to somehow bypass the safety features that would be associated with the clutch pedal but allow the circuits to function as they would in an AOD application. Currently, the car will start in any any gear. It should only start in park and neutral. Also, cruise wont engage and I think that also may be related to the disconnected harness where the clutch used to be. It doesnt need that circuit anymore since there is no clutch. It only needs to deactivate cruise when the brake is pushed.