64 THM Electric Kickdown switch connections: only two at linkage, or more at Tranny?

Hello all.

As I reported in a prior post, I got my car back from the shop and now have a part throttle kickdown. Great! However, either by coincidence or by oversight I now no longer have a Full throttle kickdown (which I used to have after I replaced the switch on the linkage). So, I checked the connections on the linkage and they appear to be good. What I am wondering is whether there are other electrical connectors at the transmission, which may have been disconnected during the repair and not re-attached. I don't have a lift so I cannot check (other than doing it the "Brooklyn way" by driving the car half way in to the street in the driveway and crawling under -which I will do if I have to. 

So, anybody know if there are other connections at the tranny? There does not appear to be a fuse on that line.

(Yes, I do plan to test the switch  with a test light but have not done that yet because it worked fine before I dropped the car off). 

Thanks

Norm

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The white wire from kick down switch goes to transmission connector. Trace it back to transmission connector and make sure it is attached and no breaks in wire.

Thanks. Approximately where on the tranny does it connect? Near the Modulator or somewhere else.

See arrow below:

Noted with appreciation. 

I just always  love the pictures with circles and arrows for clarity 

Always reminds me of the song — Alice’s Restaurant 

Enjoy 

Occam's Razor rules the day: It was a bad kick down switch on the linkage. Shoulda checked it first but it was working just a week ago. 

Thanks for all responses, I learned something anyway.

Norm

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