It's an odd situation, but I have just bypassed the Theft Deterrent ECU, and wanted to make sure the Neutral Safety Switch is properly bypassed as well. The car was an Auto originally, but I converted to manual. I got an turbo pre-89 harness, as mine is an 87. The harness was from a manual. I have the JDM Auto ecu, as all of the EGR stuff is removed and blocked. When I converted the car to manual. I removed all of the harness wiring that went with it, so that black-blue and white-black wiring that should be jumpered to bypass the switch is not on the car anymore. I thoroughly looked for where the connector from the chassis harness, but cannot find that anywhere. So my question is can I jump 12v from the IGN SW wire at the ECU to this NSW wire so that it can read the switch is closed? Or is best to use a constant battery voltage wire at the ECU that is not dependent on the ignition power? It would just see that the switch is closed all the time essentially, right? That seems to make the most sense, and I am about to do it, but I just need to make sure that this sense. It does on paper, but I just want to make sure I am not missing something. Thank you!