You want the car to start in gear? Are you nuts?
The 1993 Honda Civic neutral safety switch is located on the top of the transmission. The neutral safety switch will be near the back of the transmission.
The neutral safety switch on this bike is behind the oil filter's aluminum housing. Don't try to bypass the switch as this will make the bike very dangerous in starting.
Jump power directly to the starter solenoid. Be absolutely certain the vehicle is not in gear if you do this, though.
Sounds like bad neutral safety switch. If you search web for info can jump to bypass and then if starts in park you know what the culprit is.
The quick and easy way would be to MAKE 100% CERTAIN THE CAR IS IN PARK OR NEUTRAL, put the key in the 'on' position, and jump the starter solenoid posts with a screwdriver.
Passenger side behind tire.
Check the park/neutral safety switch, or clutch switch if its a manual.
The switch is bolted on the side of the transmission. Remove the bolts and the wiring connector to remove the switch for replacement.
there is no neutral safety switch on 79 accords. I had 2 of them and I would start it in 1st gear alot when the clutch was stuck engaged. Dave
install a new starter on and some time when i turn the switch on it will not start up what could it be
Try on the transmission or attached to the lower end of gearshift
Remove the plastic cover over the switch at the clutch pedal. The CRX switch can be unscrewed and replaced by disconnecting the wires and twisting the switch out.
On the right side, lower engine case. Close to the foot peg
The automatic transmission cars have the switch located on top of the transmission directly under the air cleaner. They are all 10mm bolts.
There is no need to bypass it. Just do not use it.
Under shifter boot or housing. It detects position of shifter so you can only engage starter in neutral.
Check to see if you have a bad stop light fuse. ON my Honda a blown stop light fuse shuts down power to the transmission lock out circuit. Likely a simple fix? Good luck
Bypass the clutch safety switch located under the dashboard. Note that his must entail more than simply unbolting the switch so that the cluch pedal does not actuate it. The safety switch signal is also used by the ECU to signal a clutch-disengaged condition. You will need to keep the switch with its original mechanical actuation by the pedal, but electrically separate the start safety function from the ECU function. Drew
rigth side under frame (when sitting on bike)
Dead battery One of the three safety switches - Kick stand, clutch or neutral safety Blown fuse (one of mains) Starter switch bad relay bad starter
PO705 is a short in the transmission range switch circuit. This is normally caused by one of the following.Faulty park/neutral position switchMisadjusted park/neutral position switchOpen, shorted, or loose electrical connection at the switch.
I have a 1997 civic and the NSS was right under the dash on driver side way up under behind the arm for the clutch pedal. kinda tricky to get to it. i had a prob with my car not starting and discovered little blue plastic pieces on the floorboard. turns out it was to the switch and they corroded and broke off so it wasnt making contact when clutch was depressed. i did a temp fix by unplugging the NSS and cutting the wires and splicing them together. now this is dangerous because it bypasses it all together and now the clutch doesnt need to be depressed to start the car. so if u got it in first gear and dont depress the clutch it will longe forward. update. the switch looks like a bolt with a depressing pin on the end that makes contact and a white plug on the other. further ?'s email me at firstname.lastname@example.org From Shellbert: The part you are describing sounds like the Stoplight switch not the neutral safety switch. On our 1992 Honda Accord automatic the neutral safety switch is in under the gear shifter in the housing and the the Stoplight Switch is under the dash board and has the depression pin on it that touches the brake pedal shaft. On our Honda the Stoplight Switch needed to be changed so that we could start the car in park and then change gears to reverse or drive without using the key in the side of the gear shifter and starting the car in neutral. We had to change the Neutral Safety Swtich so that the car could change gears cause when it went out our automatic had to be driven like a standard transmission changing gears. Hope that helps. Auto Zone printed out a diagram of where our Neutral Safety Switch was located with a brief description of how to replace it.
Almost at the top of the clutch lever underneath the dash (just below where the cable connects). It's brass in color (and looks somewhat like a CO2 cartrage) and has a lock nut on it to adjust the length of the switch... Difficult to reach.
Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak battery? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid?
New battery needs a charge? Loose or corroded battery cable? Engine seized? Bad starter Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch?