I'm not sure if I'm talking about what you are, but I can start the tranny in any gear, and can start in neutral with my foot off the clutch. The only electronics I can think of that are on my AX5 is the reverse sensor.
-Craig- 95 Rio Grande 07 Ram 1500
i like to start my heep in 1st gear with no clutch and instantly drive off.... fun!
'89 Wrangler, 4.0/AW4, 106" Wheelbase, SOA, custom XJ packs, 2" Body. Front High Pinion Dana 44 w/yukon super-joints, chromo inners and outers, and a Lincoln Locker. Rear Dana 60 w/Yukon 1.5" 35 Spline chomo shafts and detroit locker. 5.38 Yukon Gears. Hydro-Assist, 39.5x18" Boggers on 15x12 RockKrawler's w/ 2.75" of backspacing. Comp cut, tube fenders, custom bumpers and rock sliders, fuel cell, CB, Stewart Warner Gauges, SmittyBilt XRC8 Winch, 140 Amp CS-144 Alternator, Electric Fan, and a cooler of beer. 3897 lbs
Thanks for the replys. The reason I am asking this is because I just replaced the tranny in my 90 YJ with a tranny from a 98. They are identical except that the old tranny has a switch that is located to the rear of the fill hole and the newer tranny does not. I was wondering what this switch was for? The back up light switch is in the same location on both, in front of the oil fill hole.