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Transmission range sensor what symptoms can a bad one cause?

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2006-06-18 16:53:13
2006-06-18 16:53:13

I think the transmission range sensor is also known as a neutral safety switch. The problems it can cause are some of your electronics on the car not working when you shift out of park. Like your windows and raidio.

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yes there is a transmission range sensor there may be more but this is the sensor i am dealing with right now.. Hope this helps

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