It is located on the Trans Case
Its the same as on all cars. The safety neutral switch is why you cannot start your car in gear.
It is incorperated with the PRNDL switch on the trans.
Pull out the transmission dipstick (red handle) just as you would for checking the motor oil, but with the engine running and the transmission in neutral or park.
you PROBABLY have a defective park/neutral safety switch
Yes you could but it has a neutral safety switch for a reason.
the idle should be about 900 RPM in park or neutral.
There is no dipstick on a '98 Oldsmobile Cutlass, so you must take it to a mechanic and have the transmission serviced after 100,000 miles (per the owner's manual). Poor design if you ask me. There is a dipstick probably with a red cap on it that pulls out. Have the car on a level surface, engine at operating temperature. Pull stick out wipe it off and look on the stick for possible specifics. It may say "check when hot at idle in park" or " check while hot in neutral". etc. Insert back in and see where level is versus where it should be.
underneath the steering column. it will have leads running from it to the firewall as well as to the shifter
yes it does, because the combustion process is still carried out. It is true that it does not use at that rate when its accelerating.
Safety neutral switch
It is in the PRNDL switch on top of the trans. It sends a signal to the ecm.
Answera lose accelorater cable may be to blame. or a bad air filter, bad oil, poor vaccumm, low compresion/Car just had manifold intake gasket work done, it idles very high in neutral and park, Drive is good, but wants to jump out of the gate. Any suggestions?
a vacum line has either came lo ose or is cracked
get a test light and see if there is juice going into the switch and juice coming out of it.
Can be a multitude of things. First see if its from inside the engine bay and occurs while in neutral reving the engine. From there check your headlight assembly.
He knew a lot about keeping it neutral with other countries.
You probably have bad motor mounts. That's what I've read in other Acura forums
This is a loaded question asked in a non-neutral manner.
It sounds as though your safety neutral switch has to be adjusted. It has an adjustment kind of like screw that you can adjust. I suggest having someone that knows what they are looking for on it to do it. I had my safety neutral switch replaced and it did the same thing until I took it back and they re-adjusted it.
An atom is electrically neutral when it has equal numbers of protons and electrons. Further answer All atoms are electrically neutral unless something has happened that has added or removed one or more electrons. But they are not then 'proper' atoms, but modified ones.
Neutral safety switch. Broken wire on the security feature in the colum that senses your key. Bad starter. Bad selenoid.
Neutral safety switch going bad? Starter solenoid going bad?
system will b damaged or destroyed in case of failures.............if we provide neutral d short ckt current passed through earth directly ,with out disturbing the system