You need to check all the exhaust pipe hangers, one of them is letting the exhaust rattle against something. Also check muffler heat shield it could also be loose. When transmission in engaged in any gear the engine is torqued to the right, so that is moving the exhaust ( it is attached to the engine so it moves with the engine )into a position to rattle, in neutral the engine is sitting evenly in its mounts so no rattle. May want to check engine and trans mounts too.
my automatic transmission is stuck in neutral. how do you get it into gear
it is in the exhaust pipe. The neutral safety switch stops you from starting a car unless it is in neutral or park so can not be located in the exhaust pipe. You maybe thinking of the oxygen sensor...
An automatic car should be left in park and not neutral when left beside the road.
put it on neutral
If it is an automatic it will not have a clutch safety switch it will have a neutral safety switch
I wish I could help but I have a C5 so I
Yes, but you have to have the gear in neutral (for an automatic)
the neutral safety switch located on the rightside of the automatic gearbox.
neutral safety switch is on the left side of transmission
You put the automatic in neutral, or put a dolly under the drive wheels.
If it's a 4-spd the switch will be mounted on the side of the transmission. If the car is an automatic...There is a combination "neutral safety-backup light" switch located under the center console on the passenger side.
Park and neutral
The neutral start ( or neutral safety ) switch on an automatic transmission allows the vehicle to start only in park or neutral , and also acts as the backup light switch
If it has a manual transmission, you simply put it into neutral. If it's a 4x4 and has a manual transfer case, either with a manual or automatic transmission, you simply put that into neutral. If it's a 2wd with an automatic, or a 4wd with an automatic transmission and an electronic transfer case which does not have the option to put the transfer case into neutral, then you have to disconnect the driveshafts.
If it is 4WD, put put the transfer case in Neutral, leave the automatic in Park or standard trans in gear. If it is 2WD, automatic would have to have driveshaft disconnect, standard trans just put in Neutral.
can you by pass a safety neutral switch on a 2001 dodge neon
Yes - transmission and transfer case both in neutral.
On the transaxle,just follow the shift cable.
on the tranny
look on the transmission
Hi. All automatics will start in neutral as well as park.
if you can put it in neutral then i dont see why not