To bypass the cars neutral safety switch, you need to find the two wires to the safety switch and connect them together. It can also be done by putting the car in neutral.
Its the same as on all cars. The safety neutral switch is why you cannot start your car in gear.
It is built into the PRNDL switch on most cars and impossible to bypass.
the answer is the neutral saifty switch relays the starting signal to starter the neutral safety switch relays the starting signal to starter from ignition switch they look the same but plug up different make sure you have right neutral switch
find where the shift linkage connects to the transmission, on some model cars the neutral safety switch is there, it may be a multi switch also controlling the reverse lights.
The neutral safety switch is located on the top of the transmission. It tells the ECM that the cars is in park or neutral in order to allow the starter to start the vehicle. It does not have anything to do with shifting the car from park when the cars has been started. This is a micro switch that is located in the shifter column. This is a common mix up, just thought I would clarify.
The neutral safety switch is found under the clutch pedal on a Pontiac Sunfire. Crawl under the cars steering column to see and reach the unit.
neutral safety switch will stop vehicle from starting in all gears except park and neutral.
They look different for different cars. The best thing to do is go to an online catalog like: http://www.autohausaz.com/ and fill out the car year and type and then search for "neutral safety switch". You will see a picture of it.
Unless the switch has a pilot light on it there is need for a neutral connection to the switch.
where is the neutral safety switch on gm safari