No This link may help you though,http://www.cherokee-Jeep.com/1-2swremov.htm
The information given is only for the AW4 transmission. You have the 42RE or 44RE, depends on if you have the I6 or v8. It is a $20-30 part from the dealer and is located on the drivers side of the transmission. Some tranny fluid will come out so either do a fluid change at the same time or pick up some extra ATF+4 to replentish.
My FSM isn't giving much information to tell the location but go buy the part and look for one that matches, it is right above my tranny fluid pan about center 98 I6.
I put a thing on my blog to help you out and anyone else that finds this and needs it. .
blog link: http://98jeepbuild.blogspot.com/2009/06/neutral-safety-switch.html
where is a neutral safety switch located on a jeep grand Cherokee
How do you replace the safety neutral switch on a 1995 Jeep Cherokee 5-speed transmission and Where is the safety neutral switch located?
neutral safety switch is on the left side of transmission
where do you install a neutral safety switch on a 1996 saturn
The neutral safety switch on a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee is inside the transmission on the valve body.
It just has to be adjusted so it will start in park and neutral but not in other gears http://www.cherokee-jeep.com/1-2swremov.htm This site will give you diagrams on how you can remove, clean, adjust and replace the neutral safety switch. Good Luck! -Alohadawg-
the neutral safety switch for a 1995 jeep Cherokee is located on the passenger side of the transmission above the front corner of the transmission pan.
Begin by removing the wiring from the 2002 Chevy Cavalier neutral safety switch. Remove the neutral safety switch retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new neutral safety switch.
Here's a great write up on Neutral Safety Switches in Cherokees http://www.jeepin.com/features/nss/index.asp
its the safety neutral switch
Midline on the passenger side of the transmission
The neutral safety switch and backup light switch are one in the same. You have to replace it. It is located on the transmission where the shifter connects to it.
It only allows starting in park and neutral, and runs the reverse lights.
It only allows starting in park and neutral and it turns on the reverse lights.
go to www.naxja.org or www.jeepforum.com and do a search for "neutral safety switch. There will be links to jeep owners sites that have detailed instructions
It is located on the side of the transmission.
the swwitch is on top of the transmission
by the shiter lever on the tranny.
It is on the valve body inside the transmission.
find the conector(s) and jump it. also try starting your vehicle in neutral.
The neutral safety switch is bolted on the side of the transmission. Remove the screws, disconnect the wiring connector, then install the new one.
No. It would only prevent you from starting.
for safety reasons.so you do not accidentally start it in gear and slam into someone
No just one, passengers side of the transmission.