No a neutral safety switch allows your car to come out of park.
What does the neutral safety switch cause. Does it cause serious hesitation or what make the car want to stop or what because that is what my car is doing . And I'm told that this switch is the problem.
NO it will not.
i there a switch on a saturn that would cause it not to start Yes the neutral safety switch.
No your car just wont come out of park.
The neutral safety switch is a switch that essentially disables the ability to start the vehicle if its not in park or neutral (or in the case of a standard, if the clutch is not fully depressed). It is as the name implies, a safety feature, to prevent you from trying to start the vehicle while it is in gear (which would cause it to lurch forward.
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.
try the neutral safety switch
Dead battery, bad ignition switch, bad starter, neutral safety switch......
ignition switch i promise
try the neutral safety switch
check neutral safety switch, or it is possible that a bad ignition switch could cause this...or loose or broken wiring!!
The neutral safety switch on the 99 dodge neon is located on left, front side of the transmission, as viewed from the drivers seat. It is under the battery box, requires about a 15/16's socket to remove. it is accessible from underneath, and it has three prongs all in a row. This switch is easy to test for continuity, and I am told it is possible for a bad neutral safety swith to cause a "no spark" situation. But I have not confirmed that, I just heard that. good luck. Mario
Two different switches, two locations. 1. The Neutral Safety Switch prevents the shift leaver from been moved out of park unless the ignition is on and the break peddle is applied. On 1991 it is located inside the plastic counsel below the shift handle. Failure of this switch may cause your vehicle not to start. 2. Not to be confused with the above is the Neutral/Reverse switch. One of its functions are to activate the reverse lights. It is located at the end of the shift cable on the transmission (1991 AUTO) facing the rad. MC
Could possibly be a shift solenoid ,or neutral safety switch, just suggestions.
I am having the same problem I was thinking more ignition switch, but like your idea more
Have the neutral safety switch checked. Pop the hood, hold a key across the screw posts on the solinoid. it should start......make sure ignition is on and truck in Neutral.
Repair or replace your reverse, neutral safety switch.
If the bulbs are the cause, remove the tail light assemblies and replace the bulbs; if they still don't work, replace the neutral safety switch, located on the front of the transmission.
Strange as it sounds, check the transmission range sensor / neutral safety switch.See "Related Questions" below for more
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