Hey everyone, I have a 1966 Mustang 200. The car was originally a manual, but the original owner switched it to a 1972 C4 automatic. I recently purchased a neutral safety switch and wiring harness in order to get my backup lights working. Upon installing the switch, I noticed a slight problem. It appears that when they switched to an automatic transmission, they installed the manual lever that attaches to the gear linkage upside down, meaning it points upwards. This isn’t normally an issue, however, upon installing the neutral safety switch, (upside down due to the orientation of the lever) the lever is hitting the safety switch and preventing the transmission from moving into drive 1 and low. I am wondering if anyone knows a simple solution to fix this issue. I have considered using a dremel to cut out a portion of the lever, but am looking for a better option. Thanks for the help!