I purchased a used 50's Baja control plate complete with the S-1 switch, vol and tone. I also purchased a used set of the pickups that were taken out of a Baja 50's Tele, which should be a Twisted Tele neck pickup and a Broadcaster bridge pickup. Note that I said SHOULD. My neck pickup has one white and one black wire which appear to be cloth covered. The Baja wiring diagram shows the neck pickup having green, yellow and black wires. So I looked on ebay and Reverb for other used Twisted Tele pickups and sure enough they all have the green/yellow/black wiring. So I don't know if I got taken, or if someone modified the neck pickup or . . . well whatever. Also, my S-1 switch is encased in a black plastic housing. The wiring diagram shows about three different wires being grounded to the S-1 switch. For all other examples of S-1/Baja switches I viewed on the internet, the S-1 switch does NOT have this black plastic housing on it. So I don't have a spot to attach what I believe are the various ground wires to the S-1 switch because it is covered with this plastic housing. I have changed out pickups and volume/tone pots before on other guitars and have no problem with soldering. But I cannot figure out how to wire this up. If I hook up the neck pickup white wire as though it was the yellow wire in the diagram, add a "green" wire to the pickup cover to ground on the tone pot, and wire the black wire as in the diagram. Does this sound like it will work? The photo is attached to show the black housing that surrounds the S-1 switch.