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Anyone removed 74 seatbelt interlock wiri

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    Posted: Jul/10/2018 at 5:00pm
Have a 74 AMX that has parts of the interlock system removed (relay, seat sensors, some wiring). From the TSM, (Fig 3-37 and 3-155) it appears the key wire is the grn w Tracer from the ignition switch and the grn wire to the S terminal on the starter solenoid.  Inside, the logic module is in the back seat and the 2 connectors to it (Fig 3-155 shows one for sensors and one for rest) under the dash...the one that runs to the sensors is intact, the other cut off from the wires.  Hard to tell from the figure where all of the wires run and if any are key.  Really interested in the red wire that fig 3-155 shows bringing power from the battery and the yellow wire that has a 4 amp fuse in it.  What wires are important and which can be ignored.  Thanks.
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There is a AMC Service Bulletin that deactivated the Seat Belt Interlock System, basically you took of the fender well relay and installed jumper block.  You can also disconnect all the belts from the wiring harness.  I don't have copy of bulletin handy.
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"44 Years Ago"....
On July 16, 1974, the day Linda drove her Javelin from the Dealership, Albert Hastings, the Service Manager, 
at Hooker AMC, disconected this one little box,
which has solved the Seat Belt Interlock Warning System, on Linda' Javelin
for the past "44 Years"....


Original Owner, 1974 Javelin:
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G4 Plum exterior with 421Q Black Uganda Interior. Purchased on July 16, 1974 from Hooker AMC, Sherman, TX for $4500.20
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